Newburyport, Mass. - The FluidSense IV intravenous pump system is a management, automation and delivery solution for functions ranging from data collection and tracking to security, authentication and power management, its developers said.
Co-designed with Design Continuum (Boston), the system uses a 32-bit microprocessor and an 8-bit RISC chip to deliver fluid at up to 200 milliliters per hour and then manage it. The user-interface subsystem is controlled by the 32-bit processor and the motor-control subsystem by the 8-bit RISC. Both processors can handle field-upgradable software.
In addition to the standard memory complement of the 8-bit RISC, the system has external flash and SRAM.
System power is supplied by a removable lithium ion battery and a nonremovable nickel metal hydride battery.
The pump system is base-priced at $2,950.
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