Fluke Introduces Temperature/Humidity Logger
Fluke Biomedical (Carson City, Nev), in conjunction with Hart Scientific (American Fork, Utah) announces a new digital temperature and humidity logger for ultra-accurate recording of environmental conditions in critical locations such as calibration and research laboratories, pharmaceutical and chemical storage areas, and many medical environments.

The model 5020-A—the DewK—accepts inputs from as many as two sensors that can be mounted directly on the unit or remotely (up to 50 feet away). Each sensor comes calibrated for temperature and humidity from Hart Scientific and contains its own calibration data so recalibration does not require the DewK itself.

Two sensor models are available: The S model reads temperature to ±0.25°C; the H model reads temperature to ±0.125°C.

The display of the DewK can be configured by users for virtually any combination of graphical and statistical data from one or two sensors. Available statistics include minimum, maximum, dew point, and rates of change.

For more information about the 5020-A, contact Fluke Biomedical at (800) 648-7952, or visit www.flukebiomedical.com.


 Nexent upgrades Miracle Service Software
Nexent Corp recently updated its award-winning Miracle Service service management software to Version 3. In developing this update the Miracle Service team focused on adding the features customers have asked for most and updating the software to take advantage of the new capabilities of Windows XP. Miracle Service 3 (MSv3) now features wireless dispatching of tasks to any short message service (SMS) or e-mail-capable cellular phone or PDA. For a demonstration visit www.miracleservice.com.  


 Sorenson Medical Expands ambIT Pump Line
Sorenson Medical (Salt Lake City) has announced the availability of the ambIT continuous infusion pump, which delivers chemotherapy, anesthesia drugs, hydration, and other continuous-rate therapies.

The battery-operated pump is recommended for infusion treatment by oncologists, internists, general practitioners, or any other physicians or specialists who prescribe chemotherapy. The portability and simple programming steps of the pump provide versatility and flexibility to meet the needs of each patient. It provides the same level of volumetric accuracy and is one fourth the size and weight of other ambulatory infusion pumps.

The continuous infusion pump is equipped with occlusion alarms and free-flow protection that meet Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations standards and applicable International Electrotechnical Commission standards.

For further information about Sorenson infusion pumps call (877) 352-1888, or visit www.sorensonmedical.com.


 International Light Introduces Traceable Exposure Monitor
International Light, Newburyport, Mass, a Katahdin company, has launched a new NIST-traceable exposure monitor that is dedicated to measuring the lamp output in neonatal hyperbilirubinemia exposure chambers.

The IL Hyperbilirubinemia Exposure Monitor features a detector probe with a 6-foot-long cord that can be placed exactly where the infant will receive output from lamps to verify their proper output levels. The monitor helps personnel determine when to replace the phototherapy lamps, whose degradation over time might otherwise go unnoticed.

The monitor features simple, push-button operation, provides readings in mW/cm2 or mW/cm2/nm on a 4.5 digit display, and operates over a 100 mW/cm2 to 500 mW/cm2 dynamic range and 422 nm to 488 nm spectral range. The monitor is powered by a 9 V battery that automatically shuts off after 2 minutes and comes with a cushioned rubber case.

For more information, contact International Light Inc at (978) 465-5923 or visit the company’s Web site at www.intl-light.com