Proximal Flow Sensors Embrace Neonatal Applications

Proximal Flow Sensors Embrace Neonatal Applications
Sensirion AG


The fully calibrated SFM3400 proximal flow sensor is available in a single-use and reusable version. It handles flow rates up to 33 slm, making it suitable for use in the neonatology and pediatric care segments. The digital SFM3400 is fully bi-directionally calibrated, extremely accurate and robust, and has a fast signal processing time. The special design of the flow channel results in minimal dead space (<1 ml), while the slightly increased pressure drop ensures extremely high stability in varying inlet conditions. The sensor can also be connected via medical cones to establish a pneumatic connection to the respiratory cycle. It has a mechanical interface for setting up a user-friendly electrical connection. Combined, these features make the new neonatal proximal flow sensor particularly suitable for proximal flow measurements in medical ventilation and anesthesia. It is also ideal for other neonatal OEM applications requiring proximal flow measurements.

Sensirion AG
Staefa, Switzerland
+41 44 306 40 00
[email protected]
http://www.sensirion.com

Sensirion Inc.
Mr. Michael Karst
2801 Townsgate Road,
Suite 204
CA 91361 Westlake Village
United States
Tel: 805-409-4900
Fax: 805-435-0467
[email protected]
http://www.sensirion.com

Contact Info

Company: Sensirion AG
Country: Switzerland
Phone number: +41 44-306-40-00
Fax: +41 44-306-40-30

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