The Baxter Flo-Gard 6201 Infusion Pump single and dual channel infusion pumps are all-purpose IV pumps that use standard IV administration sets from Baxter. The pumps feature automatic piggybacking, upstream and downstream occlusion detectors, air-in-line detection, automatic restart after occlusion clears and IV set free-flow protection.
The Baxter Flo-Gard 6201 Infusion Pump is a Linear Peristaltic Volumetric Infusion Pump
Keep Vein Open (KVO) Rate: 5 mL/hr or programmed rate, whichever is less
Nurse Call: Available through the COMMUNICATIONS PORT
Battery: 12 Volt, 2.0 Ah sealed lead-acid
Battery Life: Approximately 6 hours with pump running at a rate from 1 to 1400 mL/hr
Battery Recharge: 8 hours for more than 80% recharge
AC Power Requirements: 110/120V, 60 Hz
Power Cord: 2.9 m (9′) long, with hospital grade plug
Fuse: 0.5 A, 250V, SB, 5.2 mm (13/64″) x 20 mm (25/32″)
Leakage Current: Less than 50 microamps (using UL-544 specified test methods)
Weight: Approximately 5.3 kg (11.6 lbs)
Dimensions: 20 cm W x 13 cm D x 29 cm H (7.9″ W x 5.1″ D x 11.4″ H)
One (1) year warranty
Air-in-Line Detection: Factory set to NORM, which causes the pump to alarm on air bubbles approximately 75 uL or larger. The MIN setting causes the pump to alarm on air bubbles approximately 50 ul or larger.
Flow Rate Range:
Primary program: 1.0-99.9 mL/hr in 0.1 mL increments or 1-1999 mL/hr in 1 mL increments. Upper limit can be reduced by authorized service personnel.
Secondary program: 1.0-99.9 mL/hr in 0.1 mL increments or 1-999 mL/hr in 1 mL increments
Ramp PDP Parameter Ranges:
Total VTBI: 100-9,999 in 1 mL increments. Upper limit can be reduced by authorized service personnel
Delay Time: 00:00-08:00 hours in minute increments
Run Time: 01:00-16:00 hours in minute increments
Ramp Up: 00:00 to 45% of the Run Time, in minute increments
Ramp Down: 00-00 to the Run Time minus Ramp Up, in minute Increments
Dose Limit Range
VTBI Range: 1.0-99.9 mL in 0.1 mL increments or 1-9999 mL in 1 mL increments for both primary and secondary. Upper limit can be reduced by authorized service personnel.