The PIGEON III is a handheld oxygen analyzer/monitor capable of measuring the oxygen concentration from 0% to 100% in a sample gas. A OOM102-1 oxygen sensor outputs a voltage which is used by the PIGEON III to determine the concentration of oxygen based on a calibration at room air or 100% oxygen. The PIGEON III contains alarms that can be controlled by the user to set a maximum or minimum allowable oxygen concentration.
Working Principle of PIGEON-III Oxygen Analyzer
The PIGEON III utilizes the ENVITEC OOM102-1 oxygen sensor and is engineered for fast response, maximum reliability and stable performance. The PIGEON III is designed primarily for continuous monitoring of oxygen levels delivered by medical oxygen delivery equipment and respiratory care systems. Adjustable high and low level alarm set points make the PIGEON III ideal for use in neonatal, anesthesia and respiratory care.
Features of PIGEON-III Oxygen Analyzer
Oxygen sensor of approximately 1,000,000 O2 percent hours.
Operation using 3 AAA alkaline batteries (3 x 1.5 volts) for approximately 5000 hours of performance with typical use.
Oxygen-specific, galvanic sensor that achieves 90% of final value in approximately 15 seconds at room temperature.
Self-diagnostic check of analog and microprocessor circuitry.
Low battery indication.
Calibration reminder timer that alerts the operator, using a calibration icon on the LCD display, to perform a unit calibration.
Adjustable high-level and low-level alarming capability and audible indication of alarm conditions.
Smart high-low alarm setting to help adjust alarm settings quickly