Mass Flow Meter SFM3300
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  March 18, 2019  
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#ALT# Mass Flow Meter SFM3300

The sensor is for proximal flow measurement in respiratory applications such as ventilation or anesthesia. It features outstanding measuring accuracy and robustness as well as a short signal processing time. It measures bidirectional flow volumes of up to 250 slm and is fully calibrated for air, N2 and O2 gases.

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