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Hi friends

Does anyone have a service manual for the Datex 9100c NXT that could share?

I changed the inspiratory and expiratory flow sensors that were damaged by new ones and at the ventilator display the values are near to the programed ones but the real volumes are low and out of tolerance, I already performed the calibration of the flow sensors (the one that set 0 to the differential sensors), also switched the sensors and nothing.

But in the pressure mode ventilation, the Pressure values are correct for PAW, etc.

I'll really appreciate any help that you could provide

Thanks in advance
Best regards


email: diegojgb@gmail.com


Diego Gonzalez
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Is this source any good?


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Hi my friend

The problem is that this manual is not for the NXT and it only has 1 flow sensor and the calibration procedure for the Flow valve, peep, etc is different
The NXT has 2 flow sensor similar to the Aespire 7900

Thanks for your help


Diego Gonzalez
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GAS Latam Mexico SA de CV

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