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A new range of piezo-ceramic air-in-line (AIL) sensors can be used in medical equipment, including infusion pumps, enteral feeding pumps and dialysis equipment. The sensors are available as either a standard or custom-manufactured model to suit specific OEM needs, and can be adapted to suit tube diameter, and tube holding and clamping method
The standard piezo-ceramic AIL sensor includes a bubble detector for a 4-5 mm tube, reportedly designed to minimize the footprint with a short flexi-circuit for easy connection via a standard zero insertion force (ZIF) connector. The sensor can be mounted in any orientation and is designed to be dry-coupled to PVC or silicone tubing.
For additional information, visit www.morgantechnicalceramics.com.