CareFusion Micro I Instruction manual

Low Flow MicroBlender
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High Flow MicroBlender
Instruction Manual
MicroBlender
Instruction Manual
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Literature number: L2965–101 Revision D
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Contents
Section 1: Introduction....................................................................... 1
Section 2: Operation Overview ........................................................... 2
Gas Inlets ........................................................................................ 3
Balance Module............................................................................... 3
Proportioning Module ..................................................................... 4
Alarm/Bypass .................................................................................. 4
Outlet Ports..................................................................................... 5
Bleed Outlet .................................................................................... 5
Section 3: Warnings, Cautions, and Notes............................................ 7
Section 4: Controls and Alarms ........................................................... 9
Section 5: Performance Checks ......................................................... 10
Low Flow MicroBlender Alarm / Bypass Check Reverse Flow Check.. 10
High Flow MicroBlender Alarm / Bypass Check ............................... 11
Reverse Flow Check ....................................................................... 12
Section 6: Troubleshooting Guide..................................................... 13
Section 7: Cleaning and Sterilizing .................................................... 15
Section 8: Maintenance and Service.................................................. 16
Section 9: Parts and Accessories ....................................................... 17
Section 10: Explanation of Abbreviations ............................................ 18
Section 11: Specifications................................................................... 19
Section 12: Warranty .......................................................................... 22
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Section 1: Introduction
The MicroBlender is a lightweight, compact, air-oxygen blender that provides
precise mixing of medical-grade air and oxygen.
The MicroBlender provides oxygen concentrations from two gas-outlet ports.
Low Flow MicroBlender
High Flow MicroBlender
The MicroBlender can be used in conjunction with:

Oxygen hoods

Resuscitation bags
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Masks
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Transports
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Nasal cannulas
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Treatments
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Section 2: Operation Overview
The MicroBlender provides selection of oxygen concentrations by means of a
single control knob located on the front of the unit. Oxygen concentrations
ranging from 21 to 100% are available.
Outlet
Flow Range
Bleed Flow
Low Flow
MicroBlender
Primary, Left Side
3-30 LPM
No Bleed Flow
Auxiliary, Right Side
0-30 LPM
2.5-3.5 LPM
High Flow
MicroBlender
Primary, Bottom
15-120 LPM
No Bleed Flow
Auxiliary, Right Side
2-100 LPM
10-12 LPM
Auxiliary
Outlet
Primary
Outlet
Low Flow MicroBlender Outlets
Auxiliary
Outlet
Primary
Outlet
High Flow MicroBlender Outlets
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Gas Inlets
The ports located on either side of the unit allow flexibility for the clinician. The
MicroBlender operates by using two 30–75 PSI gas sources that enter the
device through DISS or NIST connectors located on the bottom the unit.
Air and oxygen hoses are
connected directly onto the
MicroBlender gas inlets.
30 - 75 PSI Inlet Connectors
Each inlet connector incorporates a 30 micron particulate filter. After passing
through the filter, the gases travel through duckbill check valves that prevent
reverse gas flow from either the air or oxygen supply systems.
30 - 75 PSI Inlet Connectors
The MicroBlender is tested for compliance with ISO 11195E (1995), clause 6,
regarding reverse-gas flow as delivered.
Balance Module
The gases then enter the balance modules, which equalize the operating
pressures of the air and oxygen. The diaphragm in the balance module responds
to a difference in pressure and directs the movement (stroke) of each poppet
contained within the air and oxygen chambers. The movement of each poppet
adjusts the amount of gas fl owing through the balance module, equalizing
the air and oxygen pressures.
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Proportioning Module
From the balance module, the gases flow into the proportioning module and
mix according to the oxygen percentage selected with the MicroBlender
control knob. This module consists of a double-ended poppet positioned
between two valve seats.
One valve seat controls the passage of air and the other valve seat controls
the passage of oxygen into the MicroBlender outlets. At this point, the two
gases have been blended according to the oxygen percentage selected by the
control knob.
Alarm/Bypass
The alarm feature provides for an audible alarm if source pressures differ by 20
±2 PSI or more. The primary purpose of the alarm is to audibly warn the operator
of an excessive pressure drop or depletion of either source gas. The alarm will also
activate when there is an elevation of either source gas resulting in a 20 ±2 PSI
difference. Should both gas pressures (oxygen or medical air) increase or decrease
simultaneously, and a 20 ±2 PSI differential is not seen, there will not be an
audible alarm. If either source gas pressure drops, the output pressure of the
blender will drop similarly, since the source gases are always balanced to that of
the lower pressure.
The bypass function operates in unison with the alarm. The alarm bypass
poppet communicates directly with the air supply on one end and the oxygen
supply on the other.
When the two source gases are near equal in pressure, the alarm bypass
poppet is positioned over the bypass channel, blocking the flow of both gases.
The poppet will remain seated for unequal pressures up to 20 ±2 PSI. Once a 20
±2 PSI difference occurs, the higher gas pressure will overcome the spring force
and pressure of the poppet at its opposite end, thus creating a path (air or oxygen)
to flow into the alarm channel.
The gas with the higher pressure will also flow directly to the blender outlet
port bypassing the Balance and Proportioning Modules. The gas is also directed
to the bottom of the unit to the reed alarm, thus creating an audible warning.
The oxygen concentration will be that of the gas at the higher pressure. The
blender in the alarm/bypass mode will deliver the oxygen (100%) or medical air
(21%) until the pressure has been restored to a differential of approximately 6
PSI.
If the blender is set at 21% and the OXYGEN source pressure is reduced enough
to produce a 20 ±2 PSI or greater differential, the unit may not alarm because
it will continue to deliver 21% concentration according to the setting. If the
control is moved slightly from the 21% setting, the alarm will sound.
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Similarly, if the blender is set to deliver 100% concentration and AIR source
pressure is reduced or lost, the unit may not alarm because it will continue to
deliver the selected 100% concentration.
If the blender is left connected to source gases but is not being used (i.e., no
output flow or bleed flow) the unit will not alarm if a 20 ±2 PSI or greater
pressure differential develops. If the blender is not in use, an alarm under these
conditions will be an unnecessary distraction or nuisance.
Outlet Ports
On the Low Flow MicroBlender, two outlet ports are located on the right and
left sides of the MicroBlender and allow low ranges from 0-30 LPM with bleed
and 3 - 30 LPM without bleed respectively. On the High Flow MicroBlender, the
primary outlet port is located on the bottom of the MicroBlender, and the
auxiliary outlet is located on the right side of the MicroBlender, allowing ranges
from 15 to 120 LPM without bleed and 2 to 90 LPM with bleed respectively.
Bleed Outlet
For the Low Flow MicroBlender, when a connection is made to the right side
outlet port, for example, when a flow meter is attached, a bleed flow of 2.53.5 LPM is achieved. For the High Flow MicroBlender, when a connection is
made to the right side outlet port, a bleed flow of 10-12 LPM is achieved. For
both Blenders, the bleed flow exits the unit through a muffler port located on
the bottom of the MicroBlender.
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Section 3: Warnings, Cautions, and Notes
The MicroBlender should be operated by trained, qualified medical personnel
under the direct supervision of a licensed physician. Before clinical application,
the following WARNINGS, CAUTIONS and NOTES should be read and
understood.
Note:
A specific point is made to assist the operator in understanding the
equipment.
Caution!
Conditions may exist that could damage the MicroBlender or other
pieces of equipment.
Warning!
Conditions may exist that could adversely affect the operator or
patient.
Note:
Users are advised to use inlet pressure regulators with the
MicroBlender to display system pressure.
Allow equilibration time for FiO2 changes before analyzing gas.
Caution!

Always operate air/oxygen blenders with clean and dry medical
grade gasses. Contaminant or moisture can cause defective
operation. Air used for medical purposes must meet USP
compressed air and/or ANSI Z86.1 1973 grade F, and water
vapor content must not exceed a blender’s dew point of 5°F
below the lowest ambient temperature to which the delivery
system is exposed. Particulate content must not exceed that
which would be downstream of a 15 micron absolute filter.

Water vapor content of medical air or O2 supply to the
MicroBlender must not exceed 5.63 grams H2O per cubic meter
of non-condensable gas.
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If either the air or oxygen gas source fails, the MicroBlender
alarm sounds, alerting the clinician that a condition has occurred
that may significantly alter the FiO2 and flow output from the
MicroBlender.
If either the air or oxygen gas source pressure is reduced or
increased creating a pressure differential of 20 ±2 PSI, the
MicroBlender alarm sounds. This condition significantly alters the
FiO2 and flow output from the MicroBlender.
Always operate the MicroBlender with clean and dry medical
grade gases.
Air Inlet Filter/Water Trap (P/N 07426) is recommended for use
with the MicroBlender.
The patient gas must be monitored with an oxygen analyzer.
DO NOT steam clean, autoclave, or otherwise subject the
MicroBlender to temperatures above 145°F (62°C).
DO NOT immerse the assembled MicroBlender in liquid
decontamination agents.
Consult a physician for appropriate FiO2 setting.
DO NOT tape, obstruct, or remove the reed alarm outlet at any
time.
DO NOT occlude or obstruct the bleed port or muffler on the
bottom of the MicroBlender.
Adjustment of the oxygen concentration must be verified using
an oxygen analyzer.
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Section 4: Controls and Alarms
The MicroBlender delivers selected oxygen concentrations through two outlet
ports. The outlet ports, although similar in appearance, have different flow
range specifications. The two outlet ports provide a choice of flow ranges
based on the application desired. Both outlets may be used simultaneously,
provided the combined flows do not exceed the rated maximum flow capability
of the MicroBlender. The use of a flow meter attached to either or both of the
outlet ports may be used to control the flow of mixed gas.
Control knob—allows
selection of oxygen
concentrations from
21 to 100%
Low Flow MicroBlender
High Flow MicroBlender
(Front View)
An audible alarm indicates a differential of 20 PSI has been reached between
air and oxygen inlet gas pressures.
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Section 5: Performance Checks
Before placing the MicroBlender into clinical use, perform the following
performance checks.
Warning! flow
If the MicroBlender does not function as described below, contact
CareFusion (refer to the company information at the beginning of this
manual).
DO NOT use the MicroBlender until correct performance is verified.
Low Flow MicroBlender Alarm / Bypass Check Reverse Flow Check
Adjustment
Response
1. Applying 30 -75 PSIG
air/oxygen source gas. Adjust the
control knob to 60%
1. Alarm/Bypass* should not
activate (if gases are within 20 PSI
of each other).
2. Disconnect the 50 PSIG air
source from the MicroBlender.
2. Audible alarm, bypass* gas
flow starts.
3. Reconnect the 50 PSIG** air
source to the MicroBlender.
3. Audible alarm stops; bypass*
gas flow stops flowing.
4. Disconnect the 50 PSIG**
oxygen source from the
MicroBlender.
4. Audible alarm, bypass* gas
flow starts.
5. Reconnect the 50 PSIG**
oxygen source to the
MicroBlender.
5. Audible alarm stops; bypass*
gas flow stops flowing.
6. Connect a flow meter and an
oxygen analyzer to either outlet
port; with the MicroBlender
control knob set at 60%, adjust
the outlet flow rate to 6 – 8 LPM.
6. Oxygen analyzer should read 60
±3% when measured from the
flow meter outlet.
*Bypass flow should occur whenever the alarm sounds, but this condition can
only be verified by measuring O2 concentrations with an oxygen analyzer.
**Gas supply pressures of 50 PSIG provide optimal performance.
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High Flow MicroBlender Alarm / Bypass Check
Adjustment
Response
1. Connect the 50 ±5 PSIG* air/
oxygen source gases. Adjust the
control knob to 60%. Connect
the flow meter to the auxiliary
outlet and set the flow to 2 LPM.
1. Alarm/Bypass should not
activate.
2. Connect an oxygen flow meter
to the auxiliary outlet to activate
the auxiliary bleed and disconnect
the 50 PSIG* air source from
MicroBlender.
2. Audible alarm
NOTE: The MicroBlender must be
flowing gas for the alarm to
activate.
3. Reconnect the 50 PSIG* air
source to the MicroBlender.
3. Audible alarm stops. Verify
oxygen concentration with an
oxygen analyzer.
4. Disconnect the 50 PSIG*
oxygen source from the
MicroBlender.
4. Audible alarm.
5. Reconnect the 50 PSIG* air
source to the MicroBlender.
5. Audible alarm stops. Verify
oxygen concentration (57% to
63%) with an oxygen analyzer.
6. Verify that the oxygen flow
meter is set at 2 LPM.
6. Oxygen analyzer should read 57
to 63% when measured from the
flow meter outlet
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Reverse Flow Check
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
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Connect both gas supply hoses to the inlet connectors.
Connect the oxygen hose to an oxygen pressure regulator, and
submerge the free end of the air hose in a container of water.
Do not make a connection to either outlet (so that they remain
closed).
Slowly adjust the oxygen pressure regulator to increase pressure
from 0 to 50 PSIG* while looking for bubbles to rise from the
submerged air hose connector.
The presence of bubbles indicates leakage of the one-way valve
and the need for repair.
If there is no leakage, disconnect the oxygen from the regulator
and submerge the end of the hose in water.
Connect the air hose to an air pressure regulator and repeat the
procedure. Repair if bubbles are present.
*Gas supply pressures of 50 PSIG provide optimal performance.
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Section 6: Troubleshooting Guide
Problem
Potential Cause
Corrective Action
Oxygen
concentration
discrepancy
between
MicroBlender
settings and
analyzer.
1. Analyzer out of
calibration.
1. Calibrate the analyzer
2. Flow requirements are
below the specified LPM
range.
2. Correct the flow. Verify
that the correct outlet port
is being used. Each outlet
port has a different flow
range.
3. Gas supply is
contaminated.
3. Correct the
contaminated gas supply. If
repair is needed, contact
CareFusion
4. MicroBlender is out of
calibration.
4. Contact CareFusion for
repair.
5. Bleed filter is
obstructed, causing
reduction of bleed.
5. Contact CareFusion
6. Air entrained into
circuit by ventilator or
accessory device.
6. Correct
1. Inlet pressure
difference greater than 20
PSI.
1. Correct the pressure
difference.
2. Alarm module is not
calibrated properly.
2. Contact CareFusion for
repair.
3. Inlet gas
contamination, alarm
module malfunction.
3. Contact CareFusion for
repair.
Reed plate improperly
installed or damaged.
Contact CareFusion for
repair.
Alarm sounding
MicroBlender in
bypass - no
alarm.
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Problem
Potential Cause
Corrective Action
MicroBlender is
accurate only
when inlet gas
pressures are
equal.
1. Balance module not
functioning properly.
1. Contact CareFusion for
repair.
2. Both air and oxygen
gas sources are below 30
PSIG.
2. Correct the low pressure
condition.
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Section 7: Cleaning and Sterilizing
Note:
User is to consult with the manufacturer of the ETO equipment for
aeration time.

Use an all purpose liquid cleaner on the exterior.

Do not steam autoclave or otherwise subject the MicroBlender to
temperatures over 145°F.

Do not immerse the assembled Low Flow MicroBlender in liquid
decontamination agents.

Do not use any strong solvent cleaners on labels or markings.
Blenders manufactured by CareFusion are compatible with ethylene oxide gas
sterilization.
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Section 8: Maintenance and Service
Caution!
The MicroBlender should only be serviced or calibrated by a
CareFusion trained technician.
CareFusion equipment is designed to provide the maximum amount of
utilization with a minimum amount of maintenance. When determining the
desired frequency of complete overhaul intervals, three variables must be considered:

Frequency of use

Cleanliness of compressed air source

Use of an air inlet filter/water trap
The MicroBlender, like other pieces of health care equipment, will require
routine maintenance over a period of time. Before to placing the MicroBlender
into clinical use, follow the performance-check guidelines outlined in Section 5.
When using the MicroBlender with a compressed air source, an air inlet
filter/water trap (P/N 07426 or equal) is recommended. Contaminants from
hospital air lines may compromise the function of the MicroBlender.
Caution!
If the MicroBlender does not function as outlined in Section 5, contact
CareFusion for service.
Applicable parts used in the MicroBlender have been cleaned and de-greased for
oxygen service. All lubricants used during assembly are designed for use in an
oxygen enriched environment. Use only CareFusion specified lubricants when
servicing this device.
Elastomer components, such as diaphragms and o-rings, are designed to
function satisfactorily for a minimum of two years. The need for cleaning and
replacement depends on gas line conditions and is indicated by the
MicroBlender not meeting its specified performance.
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Section 9: Parts and Accessories
Parts and Accessories
MicroBlender Brackets
Part No.
Description
04322
Pole Mount 1 w/ Female Dovetail
05141
Dovetail Bracket, Accepts Built -in Bracket
05213
Dovetail Bracket, Wall Mount Female
09437
Rail Mount Adapter Bracket
Optional Accessories
Part No.
Description
00060
Oxygen Supply Hose, 15 ft.
00066
Elbow Adapter 90°
01468
Y-Connector 9/16 – 18 Female and Male Threads for Dual
Flow Meters
02899
Air Supply Hose, 15ft.
03867
Air Supply Hose, 3 ft.
07426
Air Inlet Filter/Water Trap
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Explanation of Abbreviations
Air/O2
Mixture of Compressed Air and Oxygen
°C
Degrees Centigrade
CGA
Compressed Gas Association
DISS
Diameter Indexed Safety System
°F
Degrees Fahrenheit
FiO2
Fractional Concentration of Inspired Oxygen
O2
Oxygen
LPM
Liter Per Minute
P/N
Part Number
PSIG
Pounds Per Square Inch Gauge
Do not operate the MicroBlender outside the supply pressure range (30–75
PSIG). Gas supply pressures of 50 PSIG provide optimal performance. The graphs
on the following page illustrate typical flow performance characteristics of a
representative sample for the Low Flow MicroBlender. The graphs are typical
of a representative sample; slight variations among units should be expected.
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Specifications
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Low Flow
30 – 75 psig
High Flow
30 – 75 psig. Output flow
rate will be diminished if
either supply pressure is below
50 psig; output flow will
increase if both supply
pressures are above 50 psig.
Oxygen Concentration
Control
Low Flow and
High Flow
21 to 100%
Auxiliary Outlet Flow
Range
Low Flow
Right Side Outlet
0 – 30 LPM (Bleed 2.5 – 3.5
LPM)
High Flow
Right Side Outlet
2 – 120 LPM (Bleed 10 – 12
LPM)
Primary Outlet Flow
Range
Low Flow
Left Side Outlet
3 – 30 LPM (No Bleed)
High Flow
Bottom Port
15 – 120 LPM (No Bleed)
Maximum available flow
at 60% setting with 50
psig both inlets
Low Flow
>30 LPM
High Flow
>120 LPM
Accuracy
Low Flow and
High Flow
The accuracy is ±3% FIO2 at
any set-point, provided the
inlet supply pressures are
between 30 and 75 psig and
the difference between them
does not exceed 20 psi.
Stability
Low Flow and
High Flow
O2 concentration shall not
vary from a set-point by more
than ±3% if either the inlet
supply pressure or the output
flow rate is changed within its
range specified herein.
Alarm/Bypass Activation
Low Flow and
High Flow
When inlet gas pressures
differ by 20 ±2 psi.
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Alarm Sound Generator
MicroBlender
Low Flow
Reed Alarm
High Flow
Alarm Sound Intensity
Alarm/Bypass Reset
Pressure Drop
Weight
Low Flow
80 dB minimum at 1 foot
High Flow
80 dB minimum at 1 foot
Low Flow
When inlet gas pressure
differential is 10 PSI or less
High Flow
When inlet gas pressure
differential is 6 PSI or less
Low Flow
Less than 6 PSI at 50 PSIG
inlet pressures and 10 LPM
flow rate
High Flow
Less than 6 PSI at 50 PSIG
inlet pressures and 40 LPM
flow rate
Low Flow
2.75 lb. (1 .25kg)
High Flow
D i m e n s i o n s (Excluding
Fittings)
Low Flow
Height: 3 1/2 in. (8.9cm)
Width: 2 1/4 in. (5.8cm)
Depth: 3 5/8 in. (9.2cm)
High Flow
Height: 3 1/2 in. (8.9cm)
Width: 2 1/4 in. (5.8cm)
Depth: 4 1/2 in. (11.5cm)
Note: Product specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Warranty
THE PRODUCTS OF CAREFUSION CORPORATION (CAREFUSION HEREIN) ARE WARRANTED
TO BE FREE FROM DEFECTS IN MATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP AND TO MEET THE
PUBLISHED SPECIFICATIONS.
The liability of CareFusion under this warranty is limited to replacing, repairing or issuing
credit, at the discretion of CareFusion, for the parts that become defective or fail to meet
published specifications during the warranty period; CareFusion will not be liable under
this warranty unless (A) CareFusion is promptly notified in writing by Buyer upon discovery
of defects or failure to meet specifications; (B) the defective unit or part is returned to
CareFusion, transportation charges prepaid by Buyer; (C) the defective unit or part is received
by CareFusion for adjustment no later than four weeks following the last day of the
warranty period; and (D) examination by CareFusion of such unit or part shall disclose, to its
satisfaction, that such defects or failures have not been caused by misuse, neglect, improper
installation, unauthorized repair, alteration or accident.
Any authorization of CareFusion for repair or alteration by the Buyer must be in writing to
prevent voiding warranty.
CareFusion warranties as hereinabove set forth shall not be enlarged, diminished or affected
by, and no obligation or liability shall arise or grow out of the rendering of technical advice
or service by CareFusion or its agents in connection with Buyer’s order of the products
furnished hereunder.
Limitations of Liabilities
In no event shall CareFusion be liable to Buyer for loss of profits, loss of use,
consequential damage or damages of any kind based upon a claim for breach of
warranty, other than the purchase price of any defective product covered hereunder. This
warranty does not cover normal maintenance such as cleaning, adjustment or lubrication and
updating of equipment or parts.
This warranty shall be void and shall not apply if the equipment is used with accessories or
parts not manufactured by CareFusion or authorized for use in writing by CareFusion, or if
the equipment is not maintained in accordance with a prescribed schedule of
maintenance.
The warranty stated above shall extend for a period of one year from date of delivery, with
the following exceptions:

Electrical components for remote monitoring of physical variables such as
temperature, pressure, oxygen saturation or flow are warranted for ninety (90) days
from date of receipt.

Elastomeric components and other parts or components subject to deterioration
over which CareFusion has not control are warranted for sixty (60) days from date
of receipt.
The foregoing is in lieu of any other warranty, expressed or implied, including, without
limitation, any warranty of merchantability, except as to title, and can be amended only
in writing by a duly authorized representative of CareFusion.
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