B58621V Medical Sensors make measurements in the flow lines

B58621V Medical Sensors make measurements in the flow lines

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EPCOS’ medical sensors precise measurements in the flow lines allow flow rates to be calculated accurately in ventilator equipment

TDK Corporation’s B58621V range of highly accurate differential pressure sensors, are designed as printed circuit boards. The sensors are designed for measurement ranges of 16 mbar full-scale (FS), 100 mbar FS and 7 bar FS, with an absolute accuracy of up to ±1% FS at temperatures from -20°C to +70°C.

The footprint of 24 mm x 26 mm accommodates pressure ports and inlets (allowing for simple screw fitting and easy maintenance) as well as two plug connectors for easy implementation of daisy chain systems. The integrated SPI enables easy integration into various digital applications. The sensors are EN ISO 13485-certified for use in medical devices. Precise pressure loss measurements in the flow lines allow flow rates to be calculated accurately in ventilator equipment, and they are particularly well suited for mobile ventilators due to their extremely low profile of only 6 mm. The sensors are also suitable for monitoring filters and gas admixtures.

  • Extremely low profile: 6 mm height
  • Measurement ranges from 16 mbar to 7 bar
  • Highly accurate up to ±1% FS
  • EN ISO 13485 certified
  • Stationary and mobile ventilators
  • Filter and gas admixtures monitoring

more information: https://product.tdk.com/en/search/sensor/pressure/pressure-transmitter/info?part_no=B58621V2712B537

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