Rodent Ventilators (electronic)

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rodent ventilators (electronic)

The built-in air pump provides the source of inspired air. Quiet, highspeed solenoid valves built into the instrument control airflow to the animal. Ports are provided for the collection of expired air for any desired analysis. All of the standard control parameters, (e.g., cycling rate, volume and inspiration time), can be precisely regulated. Ventilatory rate is set on a ten-turn dial, and displayed on an LED digital display. A front-panel flowmeter with a needle valve controls inspiratory flowrate. Inspiratory time is controlled by a ten-turn dial, or through a parallel port.

50069 Advanced Small Animal Ventilator

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50069V Advanced Small Animal Ventilator, 220 Volt

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50076 Small Animal Ventilator, Volume & Pressure cycled,w/air pump

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50076V Small Animal Ventilator,Volume & Press.cycled,w/air pump,220

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50067 MRI Compatible Ventilator

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50067V MRI Compatible Ventilator, 220 Volt

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Electronic Ventilation Control, Built-in Air Pump

Features of the Pressure-Fed, Small Animal Ventilators include:

  • Analog output voltage proportional to ventilatory rate
  • Digital logic output corresponding to ventilatory phase (enables synchronizing other instruments to the animal’s ventilation)
  • Manual inflation button to force sighs
  • Toggle switch to temporarily suspend inspiration



  • Non-magnetic pneumatic valves
  • Dependable all-electronic ventilator
  • Wide tidal volume and rate range
  • Mouse to Guinea Pig size
  • Safe with oxygen and anesthesia
  • Direct readout of volume and rate

The newest generation of the pressure-fed small animal ventilator can be used during MRI imaging. The MRI ventilator is supplied with a sophisticated external, remotecontrolled high speed pneumatic valve system. The control unit is separate from all non-metallic remote components, ensuring the safety in operation.

These ventilators function on “flow-time”; i.e., inspiration flow is set and run for a known time, producing a known volume. Requires a separate source of compressed air or helium for operation of the pneumatic valves (not included.)