The AII-2000A is an FDA-approved handheld oxygen analyzer from Analytical Industries, created to be accessible and easy to use for medical professionals. The AII-2000A operates with advanced galvanic oxygen sensors designed to last long and handheld. It features spot-checking oxygen levels for anesthesia, intensive care, and oxygen therapy.
- Calibration: Air or certified 100% O2 before use or every 8 hours, after dis- connecting or replacing the batteries or oxygen sensor
- Cleaning: Wipe components with a soft cloth dampened with water or mild
- 70% isopropyl alcohol solution in water. Compensation: Temperature
- Connections: 1x16 mm thread or push-in flow diverter with o-ring seal Controls: Soft touch keypad for ON/OFF and menu function Dimensions: 3.6 x 5.9 x 1.6”; weight 10 oz. (280 grams)
- Display: 3-1/2 digit backlit LCD 2.75 x 1.375; resolution 0.1% O2
- Flow Sensitivity: None; < 10 lpm with 1/4” tube AII-2000 HC;
- < 80 lpm with 15mm tee adapter/tube AII-2000 A, M Humidity: Non-condensing 0-95% RH
- Linearity: + 1% under constant conditions
- Mounting: Flat surface for tripod extension or dovetail V-mount
- Operating Range: 5º to 45ºC (41ºF to 113ºF)
- Power: 2 AA Alkaline batteries; 1,200 hours of 24/7 use Pressure: Inlet - ambient or regulated; vent - atmospheric Power: 2 AA Alkaline batteries; 1,200 hours of 24/7 use
- Response: 90% of final FS reading in 10 seconds
- Sampling: ‘A version’ Ambient-remove flow diverter; flowing gas-install flow diverter, insert into tee-adaptor and position face down; ‘HC version” Connect 1/4” tubing to gas fitting on right side.
- Sensitivity: < 0.5% of FS range
- Sensor: ‘A version’ AII-11-60; ‘HC version’ AII-11-60-HC Sensor Life: 60 months in air at 25ºC and 1 atm
- Storage: 0º to 45ºC (32ºF to 113ºF) on intermittent basis
- Warm-up: None
- Warranty: 24 months analyzer; 18 months sensor
- Analysis: 0-100% oxygen
- Accuracy: Less than + 1% of FS range under constant conditions and +5%
- over the operating range
- Anesthetic agents: Complies with ISO 80601-2-55 for the maximum error allowable over a given duration.
- Temperature: Signal output and expected life change 2.54% per 1°C. Signal output is compensated within following ambi- ent calibration, step changes of 15°C require 30-60 minutes to equilibrate.
- Pressure: Signal output and expected life change proportional- ly. Accurate at any pressure provided it is constant, change is gradual simulating the human lung and the device is calibrat- ed at the pressure of the sample gas.
- Humidity: Non-condensing RH has no effect. Adding water vapor to the sample reduces the oxygen concentration.
- Condensation: Causes erroneously readings if allowed to cover the sensing area or collect on electrical connections.
- Electromagnetic Radiation: Susceptible to interference over frequencies from 26 MHz to 1000 MHz.
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We use two of these in the field every day. We tried cheaper units in the past but have standardized on these. Great product.