Category: Gas-Massflow-Sensors
Manufacturer: Siargo
Measuring range: 0.1 ~ 10 Sl/min
Temp. range: -10~55 C°
Pressure range: 0~8 bar
Pressure drop: <5 mbar
Power supply: 4 AA batteries (LR6) or AC Adapter
Input signal: -
Output signal: optional RS485
Process connection: Pipe connector (custom design possible)
Special features:
  • Plug-and-play hospital oxygen deliver design for easy usage
  • Flow range: 0~10 SLPM
  • Mass flow technology provide precise instant rate and accumulated dosage
  • Historical data storage and retrieval
  • Password protected access
  • Instant rate and accumulated dosage alarm
  • Excellent repeatability and accuracy
  • Low power design with stand-alone operation by battery
  • Interlock of in/out connector for prevention of wrong mechanical
  • Manual adjustable valve for instant rate
  • Standard RS485 Modbus interface for remote monitor and control
  • Rotatable meter head for easy data reading
  • Optional on/off valve provides additional control
Media: Gas: O2 (Oxygen)
Accuracy: ±(1.5 oR+0.5 FS)%
Repeatability: 0.5% oR
Response time: 2 sec
Turn-Down-Ratio: 100:1
Display: 0


MF5806 mass flow meters are specially designed for hospital individual oxygen therapy applications. It provides precise measurement 0 10 SLPM (1013,25 mbar, 20°C) with a resolution of 0,01 SLPM of instant oxygen intake rate and accumulated oxygen dosage for the individual oxygen delivery system. The design provides low power consumption that makes it possible for operation on battery when power is a concern. The meter can be directly connected to the central station via RS485 that can provide remote monitoring and control which will reduce the risk of oxygen over dosing.
The meters are operated with the Siargo’s proprietary MEMS thermal mass flow sensors together with the smart control electronics. The sensor probe surface is passivated with silicon nitride ceramic materials together with a water/oil proof nano-coating for performance and reliability. The current models provide plug-and-play connectors for hospital oxygen systems. The meter can be directly plug into the oxygen supply system outlet located at the hospital bedside.