Coming Soon - Reduced Oxygen Breathing Device 3
Product Announcement from Environics, Inc.
Reduced Oxygen Breathing Device 3 (ROBD3)
The Environics® Series 6202 Reduced Oxygen Breathing Device 3 is the next generation system that simulates altitude exposure and can be utilized for both research and hypoxia training
New Features of the ROBD3
- 10.4" Color Touch Screen HMI (Human Machinne Interface)
- Improved Pulse Oximeter Response Time
- Ethernet Connectivity with Remote Operating Software
- Remote communications are compatible between ROBD2 and ROBD3
- Flows up to 90 L/min standard vs 50 L/min
- Graph SpO2, Oxygen, Pulse and Altitude for up to 80 minutes
- Review trend data with test subject after recovery
- Easily create 16 programs with up to 12 steps each
- Breathing bag housed within the system
As in the currently available ROBD2, the ROBD 3 uses Thermal Mass Flow Controllers (MFC) to mix breathing air and nitrogen to produce the sea level equivalent atmospheric oxygen contents for altitudes up to 34,000 feet. The MFC's are calibrated on a primary flow standard traceable to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). The system introduces pressure changes and gas expansion as a function of altitude. Several safety features are built into the device: prevention of over pressurization of the subject's mask, prevention of reduced oxygen contents below those being requested for a particular altitude and an emergency dump switch that will supply 100% O2 to subjects. The software is menu driven. Built-in self-tests verify all system component functionality before the operation of the system can begin. If any self-test fails the system will not operate. The system is designed to work with both bottled gases and gases produced by a Nitrogen/Air Generator (available separately).
NEW RESEARCH PRESENTATION! "THE USE OF THE REDUCED OXYGEN BREATHING DEVICE (ROBD) IN A GENERAL CIVILIAN SAMPLE PULSE OXIMETRY MEANS AND RANGES,"a presentation of research by Leonard A. Temme, Ph.D. and David L. Still, O.D., Ph.D. of U. S. Army Aeromedical Research Laboratory, Dennis Reeves, Ph.D., and Rebecca Browning, B.S. of Clinvest, Banyan Group, Inc.
Licensed from U.S. Navy under U.S. Patent Application No. 10/959.764
- Shipping case with wheels
- Dual stage regulators with braided hoses of various lengths
- Additional pulse oximeter probes, sensors
- Simulator Accessory Package - Simplifies setup of a fully integrated system
Aircrew training and research
Application Document: US Navy - Mask-On Hypoxia Training for Tactical Jet Aviators (PDF)
Application Document: Hypoxia Recognition and Recovery Training for Commercial Pilots and Cabin Crew (Powerpoint)
References in Scientific Literature
- Clinical research
- High altitude training and research
- Medical stress testing
- Hypoxia Simulator
Environics is a world leader in computerized gas flow instrumentation. Our headquarters for design, manufacturing, sales and service is located in a modern 11,000 square foot facility in Tolland, Connecticut. We are ISO 9001 certified, having received ISO 9001 Quality Systems Certification in April, 1997.
We are a profitable, privately held company, founded in 1986 and incorporated in the State of Delaware. As of April 2011, we are a Women Owned business, certified through the Woman Owned Small Business Program run by the United States SBA. Our five-year projections show continued growth through the introduction of new products and product innovations. All service is handled factory direct. Sales are handled direct and by selected manufacturers representatives and distributors worldwide.
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