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Abbott Plum XL3

Abbott Plum XL3

This is a multi-line volumetric infusion system designed to meet the growing demand for hospital-wide standardization. It houses three independent pumping units, each having a primary line, secondary line, and piggyback fluid delivery capability. It is suited for a wide range of medical/surgical and critical care applications, offering capability as both a micro device (0.1 – 99.9 mL/hr) and a macro device (1 – 999 mL/hr). Full compatibility with LifeCare® 5000 PlumSeries® administration sets and accessories, and the LifeShield needleless protection systems, makes this infusion a convenient and cost-effective infusion system.

Features
  • Non-pulsatile volumetric accuracy
  • Microprocessor control
  • Large LCD screen
  • Wide range of standard and specialty administration sets
  • Standard fulfill, partfill, syringe, and vial use
  • Parenteral (blood) and non-parenteral (enteral) fluid delivery
  • Anti free-flow protection
  • Backpriming
  • Titration
  • Individual battery supply for each pumping unit
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Description

Abbott Plum XL3

So here you will be able to find the electrical, physical, delivery rate range, dose limit range and occlusion range of Abbott Plum XL3 Infusion Pump Repair.

Physical:
  • Dimensions: 13.75″H x 12.2″W x 7.5″D (excluding pole clamp)
  • Weight: Approximately 20 lbs. (with batteries)
  • Casing: High-impact plastic
Electrical:
  • Power: 100-130 VAC, 47/63 Hz, less than 60W
  • Power Cord: Hospital-grade AC cord, 10 feet long, with transparent plug
  • Fuses: 1.0 A, 250 V, Slow Blowing
  • Battery: Three sealed lead-acid rechargeable 8 V battery, internal to the device. Accessible for ease of field replacement with leads and polarized connectors, labeled (A, B, C)
  • Battery Operation: A fully-charged new battery will provide eight hours of operation at 125 ml/ hr, or 1000 ml total volume, delivered per pumping unit.
    • The device should be operated on battery power for six continuous hours at least once every six months for optimum performance and battery life.
  • Recharge Time: If the infusion system is turned to OFF/CHARGE, recharge takes approximately 6 hours. Recharge takes longer if the pumping units are turned on.
    • The battery charges whenever the infusion system is connected to AC (mains) power
Delivery Rate Range:
  • Primary, Secondary Mode: 1 to 999 mL/hr (in 1 mL increments)
  • KVO: 1 mL/hr
Dose Limit Range:
  • Primary, Secondary Mode: 1 to 9999 mL/hr (in 1 mL increments)
Occlusion Range:

(Distal): 10 psig (+5, -2 psig)

Abbott Plum XL3

Physical:
  • Dimensions: 13.75″H x 12.2″W x 7.5″D (excluding pole clamp)
  • Weight: Approximately 20 lbs. (with batteries)
  • Casing: High-impact plastic
Electrical:
  • Power: 100-130 VAC, 47/63 Hz, less than 60W
  • Power Cord: Hospital-grade AC cord, 10 feet long, with transparent plug
  • Fuses: 1.0 A, 250 V, Slow Blowing
  • Battery: Three sealed lead-acid rechargeable 8 V battery, internal to the device. Accessible for ease of field replacement with leads and polarized connectors, labeled (A, B, C)
  • Battery Operation: A fully-charged new battery will provide eight hours of operation at 125 ml/ hr, or 1000 ml total volume, delivered per pumping unit.
Delivery Rate Range:
  • Primary, Secondary Mode: 1 to 999 mL/hr (in 1 mL increments)
  • KVO: 1 mL/hr
Dose Limit Range:
  • Primary, Secondary Mode: 1 to 9999 mL/hr (in 1 mL increments)
Occlusion Range:

(Distal): 10 psig (+5, -2 psig)

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