Pressure tester Multi-Flo
flowfor infusion pumpsportable

pressure tester
pressure tester
pressure tester
pressure tester
pressure tester
pressure tester
pressure tester
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Characteristics

Tested parameter
pressure, flow
Applications
for infusion pumps
Configuration
portable, benchtop
Other characteristics
digital

Description

Infusion Pump Analyzer that can double your test capacity - IEC 60601-2-24 compliant - 1, 2 and 4 individual channel configurations - Instant flow and pressure - Compatible with all infusion devices Multi-Flo Infusion Pump Analyzer The market defining Rigel Multi-Flo Infusion Pump Analyzer is a portable instrument to accurately and swiftly verify the performance of all infusion devices. The Rigel Multi-Flo infusion pump analyser offers ease of use, high accuracy readings and productivity improvements right from the start. With the choice of single or multi-channel configuration, the Multi-Flo can test up to four infusion devices simultaneously across a range of 10μL up to 1500mL per hour, with all results being stored in the large internal memory. The Multi-Flo delivers unique accurate and instantaneous flow measurements even at low flow rates, enabling the user to test twice as many infusion devices within the same time period as other volumetric based analysers. To help save even more time and to reduce the risk of human error, the Multi-Flo can also be programmed with manufacturer specific test routines which can then be automatically executed by the user on the device itself or controlled from a PC using the Med-eBase software solution. To meet the requirements of IEC 60601-2-24, the Multi-Flo also provides accurate back pressure simulations, occlusion alarm monitoring and bolus (PCA) measurements, and a large colour graphics display presents the data in both numerical and graphical format.

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