Infusion pumps are medical devices that deliver fluids, such as nutrients and medications, into a patient’s body in controlled amounts. They are commonly used in hospital intensive care units and wards, but smaller portable infusion pumps are now being used to treat patients at home.
These devices offer significant advantages over manual administration of fluids, including the ability to deliver fluids in very small volumes, and the ability to deliver fluids at precisely programmed rates or automated intervals. There are many types of infusion pumps, including large volume, patient-controlled analgesia (PCA), syringe, enteral and insulin pumps. Some are designed mainly for stationary use at a patient’s bedside. Others, called ambulatory infusion pumps, are designed to be portable or wearable.
Honeywell sensor and switch solutions are designed to enhance the performance and reliability of infusion pumps, monitor the delivery of fluids, medicines and nutrients to the patient and ensure the safe administration of the treatment to the patient.
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Enhanced readability ● Proven reading capabilities ● Faster scanning speed ● Superior flexibility
Sealed plunger ● Up 5 A (UL, cUL), 6 A (ENEC, CQC) ● Variety of configurations ● 9,5 mm centers side mount ● IP67 prewired termination
Up to 3 A ac & dc (UL, cUL, ENEC, CQC) ● Variety of actuators, forces, terminations ● Mounting includes 9,5 mm centers & integral pins
Up to 10 A ac & 5 A dc (UL, cUL, ENEC, CQC) ● Variety of configurations ● 22,2 mm x 10,3 mm diagonal mount ● IP67 with pre-wired termination
Hall-effect ● Flat TO-92-style packages ● Linear sinking or sourcing output
Ultra compact ● Extended read range ● Exceptional motion tolerance ● Laser and LED aimers ● Withstands extreme temperatures ● Low power consumption
Ultra compact ● MIPI interface available ● Exceptional motion tolerance ● White illumination ● Choice of LED or laser aiming ● Enhanced flexibility
Miniature load cells ● Rugged double diaphragm capacity: ≤100 lb; single diaphragm: >100 lb ● Male thread attachments
Subminiature tension/compression load cells ● ±0.8% full scale accuracy ● Range of 150 g to 1,000 lb ● Stainless Steel ● Single Diaphragm Construction
Calibrated, compensated ● Compact ● High accuracy ● as low as ±1.5 %FSS TEB ● Low pressure ● Absolute or gage ● Digital output ● Leadless SMT
N force ranges ● Amplified, compensated ● Analog or digital (I2C or SPI) output
0 N to 20 N force ranges ● Unamplified, uncompensated ● 360 mV typ. output ● Low deflection ● Small size
0 N to 20 N force ranges ● Unamplified, uncompensated ● 360 mV typ. output ● Extremely low deflection
N, lb, g, & kg force ranges ● Amplified, compensated ● Analog or digital (SPI or I2C) output
Force sensors measure the addition or backup of force, with resistance changing in proportion to that applied.
psi, bar, kPa force & pressure ranges ● Unamplified, compensated ● mV output ● Extremely small size
Compensated ● ±1.5 %FSS TEB ● Low pressure ● Differential or gage ● Digital or analog output ● DIP, leadless SMT, SMT ● Cost effective
20,5 mm x 30,5 mm panel area ● Snap-in, strip, matrix, PCB, sub-panel ● Incandescent, LED, neon lamps ● Up to 10 A ● UL, CSA approvals
Rectangle ● Non-lighted, 1 & 2 lamp circuits ● SPST, SPDT, DPST, DPDT, 4PDT ● 2- & 3-position ● Snap-in panel ● Solder, QC, PCB, push-on