(Galway. Ireland/Dayton OH) – The Temperature Product Group of Measurement Specialties (MEAS), created by the combination of BetaTHERM Sensors, HL Planar, and formerly YSI Temperature, is pleased to offer a complete range of disposable temperature probe assemblies for medical equipment and patient monitoring applications.
NTC thermistors are used in disposable medical temperature products to optimize monitoring accuracy and clinical hygienic standards. Measurement Specialties’ NTC thermistor sensors offer a combination of electrical sensitivity, durability and interchangeability in a variety of physical configurations at low cost.
Measurement Specialties new disposable vinyl cap sensors are suitable for incorporation in catheters or invasive medical devices. The sensor may be used in a variety of applications including Foley catheters, esophageal temperature monitoring, oral, rectal and fever thermometers, as well as temperature measurement of environments.
While Measurement Specialties’ standard product offering is based on the ‘400 series compatible’ thermistor probe configurations, the company also supports customized sensor requirements. Options for customization include different resistance versus temperature characteristics, a selection of lead types and a variety of integral custom connectors.
Standard Product includes Esophageal or Rectal Probes as well as Skin Sensor Probes
Temperature Probe Features
• 400 Series (2252? thermistor element)
• Size: 1.98mm (0.078”)
• ±0.1°C from +25 ° C to +45° C
• Many connector types available including Molex, Phono-style and 3 Pin DIN connectors
• Custom R/T characteristics, wire types, lead lengths and insulation types available
• Latex free
• Cost effective global manufacturing
• Can be supplied to FDA and CE/MDD requirements
Many hospitals choose to use disposable medical probes as they help to alleviate the transfer of infection when treating critically ill patients. MEAS will work with you to determine what is the best product for your application.
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Filed Under: Medical, Sensors (temperature)
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