Temperature Measurement Option for All Isolated Organ Systems

PLUGSYS TCAM Module

Perfusate temperature can be measured in one of two ways: with the PLUGSYS Thermocouple Amplifier Module (TCAM) or using a handheld thermometer with a digital readout. The perfusate temperature is measured by inserting a thermocouple probe directly into the perfusion line (into the tubing.) All IPL systems are accurately thermostated. Temperature measurement is only necessary on studies using different temperatures, such as transplantation studies.

Item# Description U.S. List Price Quantity
73-1792 Thermocouple Amplifier Module (TCAM)
73-4945 Handheld Thermometer for Thermocouple Probes
52-1732 Copper Constantan Thermocouple Flexible Implantable Probe, 0.6 mm Tip Diameter
73-1911 Extension Cable EXT-6 for Thermocouple Probes, 6 feet long (ca. 1.80 m)
73-4193 Tuohy Borst Adapter
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Perfusate temperature can be measured in one of two ways: with the PLUGSYS Thermocouple Amplifier Module (TCAM) or using a handheld thermometer with a digital readout. The perfusate temperature is measured by inserting a thermocouple probe directly into the perfusion line (into the tubing.)

  • Temperature Measurement with TCAM (73-1792) provides an analog output to record temperature changes with any Data Acquisition (DAQ) System.
  • Temperature Measurement with a Handheld Thermometer (73-4945) provides measurement on a digital display.

Choose either of the options above and add:

  • Copper Constantan Thermocouple Flexible Implantable Probe (52-1732)
  • Extension Cable for Thermocouples, 6 ft (73-1911)
  • Tuohy Borst Adapter for inserting tip catheter, small temperature probe or PE catheter into left ventricle via aortic cannula (73-4193)

 

Specifications52-173273-1911
Depth English0.1 
Depth Metric3 
Height English0.9 
Height MetricIsolated 
Width English0.025 
Width Metric0.64