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Ultrasonic Bubbles Detectors And Sensors

The smart air bubble sensors are used in diverse fields in the medical, biomedical, biotech and chemical, hotels and restaurants, semiconductor or system control and optimization industries. Based on the actual structure, it defines which specific sensor from which to choose. Ultrasonic detectors use dual methods to identify bubbles, one test involves projecting sound waves from a transducer to another transducer measuring the waves via the water. A second way entails pulse echo, sound waves are sent to the water, mirrored and processed by the same transmitter. For three basic configurations for increasing tube sizes, ultrasonic bubble sensors provide the greatest versatility in air bubble sensor sizes. In conjunction, customizable ultrasonic sensors to be used with any tube size are produced using in-house 3D printing technologies for output quality equal.

Sensors are essential components for regulating and tracking infusion pumps in conventional and smart valve implementations. These are equipped to include occlusion detection, track fluid flow, provide motor control input and, in some cases, feel the IV fluid being delivered quality.

General features of ultrasonic bubble detectors and sensors

  • Extremely reliable sweep-frequency design prevents ultrasonic sensor output from drifting under temperature, age or environmental conditions.
  • Integrated self-testing feature offers 100% single fault coverage
  • Wide temperature range stable
  • Dry pairs to PVC, silicone and many other forms of tubing with dense, thin or reinforced walls
  • The potential pulse width is dependent on the size of the bubble — enabling the consumer to track fission bubbles
  • Detectors retain accurate sensitivity without calibration
  • Chemically compatible with common medical grade cleaners
  • Vibration resistant
  • Non-invasive design eliminates sterility and fluid compatibility concerns
  • High noise immunity to EMI/RFI
  • Acoustic coupling agent not required

Below are some of the air detectors with their specifications

1.Drip Chamber

This is the liquid level sensor

  • Clear uni-body construction
  • Credible pulse-type, anti-invasive, ultrasonic technology
  • Ambient noise resistance to EMI / RFI
  • Built for various diameters and tapers
  • Positive drip chamber or tube locking effect
  • Usable with smooth, squeezable drip chambers and tubing

2. Mini Air Bubble

  • high resistance from EMI and RFI noise
  • reduced cost, low energy usage
  • Compact, unlimited-entry model
  • diverse range of tube sizes
  • Integrated electronics
  • Anti-invasive ultrasonic

3. AD8 /AD9 / ADU

  • Compact integrated model with “MEC” circuitry
  • Configurable micro controller extends usability
  • Dependable pulse-type, non-invasive ultrasonic technology
  • Client-specified air detection limit or response

4. Ultrasonic Clamp-on, Air Bubble, Air-In-Line & Liquid Level, Detection Sensors

  • non-invasive, non-contact fluid
  • BDC clamp-on design comes with supporting base
  • Multiple user-specific electronics solutions
  • BDR clamp-on style is assisted by pipe or tube
  • vibrations resistant.
  • air sensing limit or user-specific tolerance

5. Integral Ultrasonic Air Bubble, Air-In-Line & Liquid Level Detection Sensors

  • Robust sensor-type, non-invasive, ultrasonic design
  • Compact integrated model with BD3 circuits
  • Vast array of tube sizes from 1/16 “(1.6 mm) to 1.0” (25.4 mm), plus 4 mm OD Infusion tubes
  • Ambient noise resistance to EMI / RFI
  • Dry linking gel / No coupling gel required
  • Air detection level or responsiveness may be defined to the user

6. Point-Air Detection (PAD) Sensor

  • Modular design includes integrated MEC circuitry
  • Reliable pulse-type, non-invasive ultrasound
  • Air detection threshold or bubble volume can be adjusted to the specifications of our customers
  • Adapts a wide range of replaceable vinyl assemblies integrating fluidic channels.
  • Customizable microcontroller extends circuit usability

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