200A / 400A
The AVI Volumetric Infusion Pumps are intended for use in IV therapy in both venous and arterial Infusion applications. They are designed to assure accurate, continuous, non-pulsatile delivery of fluid to the patient. All AVI pumps are equipped with a comprehensive spectrum of alarms including air detection, empty container sensing, and operator selected occlusion alarm pressure settings.
The AVI Infusion Therapy Systems provide reliable and accurate administration of IV fluid to your patient.
The AVI Volumetric Infusion Pumps and systems provide both the user and patient with many clear advantages in the delivery of intravenous fluids.
1 mL/h to 999 mL/h in 1 mL/h increments;
0.1 Ml/h to 99.9 mL/h in 0.1 mL/h increments; 400A
1 mL/h to 999 mL/h in 1 mL/h increments in both primary and piggyback modes.
|Volume Limit Range||200A
1 mL to 9999 mL in 1 mL increments;
1 mL to 999.9 mL in 0.1 mL increments;
1 mL to 9999 mL in 1 mL increments in both primary and piggyback modes.
|Accuracy||+/- 2% of selected rate and volume limit.|
|Weight||Approximately 4.3 Kg (9.5 lbs).|
|Dimensions||Height 21 cm (8")
Width 25 cm (10")
Depth 20 cm (7")
|Voltage Requirements||Factory configures for 100, 200, 220, or 240 volts AC depending on country of destination.|
|Current||0.2A Maximum for 100 and 120 Volts AC operation; 0.1A maximum for 220 And 240 Volts AC operation.|
|Over-Current Protection||_ (0.25) A AC line fuse for 100 and 120 volt AC pumps; two 1/8 (0.125)A AC line fuses for 220 and 240 Volt AC pumps; two thermal fuses within transformer; 1A battery fuse.|
|Leakage||Less than 20 microamps ungrounded for 100 and 120 Volts AC operation; less than 40 microamps ungrounded for 220 and 240 Volts AC operation.|
|Battery Type||Rechargeable sealed lead acid, 12 volt.|
|Battery Capacity(New, Fully Charged)||AVI 200A and 400A
Approximately 8 hours at 125mL/h.
Approximately 8 hrs at 50.0 mL/h.
|Battery Recharge Time||Pump plugged in with POWER SWITCH in the OFF/CHARGE position……14 hours. Pump plugged in, operating at 125 mL/h (50.0 mL/h on Micro 210A)…..24 hours.|
|*Occlusion Alarm Pressure||Operator chooses 4 psi (LO PRESS) or 9 psi (HI PRESS).|
|KVO RATE||200A and 400A
1 m/L h.
ml/h or, if selected rate is less than 1 mL/h, continues at selected rate.
|*Warning: The AVI occlusion detection sensors detect downline backpressure in the administration set, but are not designed to detect infiltration. In accordance with institution's policies and procedures, operator must periodically inspect patient's infusion site for swelling, temperature changes, and/or other signs of infiltration.|
|8C-230||AVI Standard IV set - 2 Y sites|
|AC2308||Filter IV set 1.2 Micron|
|8C290||Low Sorbing Set|