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Harvard Model 683 Small Animal Ventilator - Volume Controlled Single Animal

The Harvard Volume Controlled Ventilators are known for their reliability and rugged construction. Available in two model, 683 is suitable for rats up to small dogs of 10 kg (22 lbs) while the 687 is for mice and neonatal rats. Thousands of these ventilators have been sold around the world.
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555282 Overhaul Kit for 683 Ventilator with 5 cc Cylinder* *Overhaul Kits do not include cylinder
555283 Overhaul Kit for 683 Ventilator with 30 cc Cylinder* *Overhaul Kits do not include cylinder
555284 Overhaul Kit for Older 68x Ventilators, including Models 680, 681 and 683 ventilators without a numeric LED rate display* *Overhaul Kits do not include cylinder
550000 Harvard Small Animal Ventilator Model 683

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• Model 683 for small animals from 250 g to 10 kg (22 lb) e.g. rats, hamsters, rabbits, cats, monkeys, small dogs, etc.
• CE approved

The Model 683 Small Animal Ventilator comes standard with two piston and cylinder assemblies. The smaller piston (which comes installed) allows tidal volumes to be set from 0.5 to 5.0 cc in 0.5 cc increments and the larger cylinder allows tidal volumes of 3.0 to 30 cc in 0.3 cc increments. Setting the cylinder stroke between gradations it is possible to achieve finer resolution in tidal volume settings.

The 683 Ventilator features a numerical LED to display the respiratory rate which can be set from 18 to 150 strokes/minute. Volume and rate settings can be adjusted while the ventilator is running.

The 683 Ventilator has four gas inlet and outlet ports: supply gas in, gas out (to animal), gas return (from animal) and ventilator exhaust. The ventilator exhaust can be attached to a column of water to achieve PEEP (positive end expiratory pressure) when long term animal ventilation is necessary.

Overhaul kits are available for both the 683 and 687 ventilator models and are specific for the type of cylinder used. Overhaul kits include complete instructions and replacement parts.


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Specifications555282555283555284550000
Number of Animalsn/an/an/a1
Speciesn/an/an/aRats, Guinea Pigs, Rabbits
Weight Range Minimumn/an/an/a250 g
Weight Range Maximumn/an/an/a10 kg
Tital Volume Minimumn/an/an/a0.5 and 3 ml/stroke
Tital Volume Maximumn/an/an/a5 and 30 ml/stroke
Stroke Volume Noten/an/an/aAdjustable from 0.2 to 30 ml/stroke while the ventilator is running
Respiration Rate Minimumn/an/an/a30 breaths/min
Respiration Rate Maximumn/an/an/a150 breaths/min
Respiratory Rate Noten/an/an/aAdjustable from 30 to 150 strokes/min while the ventilator is running
I:E Ration/an/an/a1:1
Certificationsn/an/an/aCE
Port Size OD Metricn/an/an/a5 mm
Port Size English ODn/an/an/a3/16 in
Control Modesn/an/an/aVolume
PEEPn/an/an/aProvided via attachment of water column
Sigh Pressuren/an/an/aNot available
Gas Supplyn/an/an/aRoom air or non-flammable mixed gas
Sigh Frequencyn/an/an/anone
Displayn/an/an/aNumerical LED displays rate
Voltage Rangen/an/an/a115/230 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Height Metricn/an/an/a25 cm
Height Englishn/an/an/a10 in
Width Metricn/an/an/a20 cm
Width Englishn/an/an/a8 in
Length Metricn/an/an/a32.5 cm
Length Englishn/an/an/a13 in
Net Weight Metricn/an/an/a8 kg
Net Weight Englishn/an/an/a18 lb
Modeln/an/an/a683

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100% Login to view VT23 Inhibition Shapes Frequency Response Areas with Small Animal Ventilator.pdf
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Inhibition Shapes Frequency Response Areas with Small Animal Ventilator
91% Login to view VT11 Effects of Concentrated Ambient Particles in rats and Hamsters with Small Animal Respirator.pdf
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Effects of Concentrated Ambient Particles in rats and Hamsters with Small Animal Respirator
72% Login to view VT06 Ventilator use in finding load as an acute determinant of end-diastolic pressure-volume relation.pdf
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h4Ventilator use in finding load as an acute determinant of end-diastolic pressure-volume relation010100051p
59% Login to view VT35 Animal Respirator use in finding Anesthetic inhibition in ischemic and nonischemic murine heart.pdf
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Animal Respirator use in finding Anesthetic inhibition in ischemic and nonischemic murine heart
55% Login to view VT30 Rodent Ventilator use in Antisense Knockdown of the Gial Glutamate Transporter GLT-1.pdf
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Rodent Ventilator use in Antisense Knockdown of the Gial Glutamate Transporter GLT-1
54% Login to view VT36 Ventilator use in finding Water Permeability of Capillaries in the SFO.pdf
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Ventilator use in finding Water Permeability of Capillaries in the SFO
51% Login to view VT12 Small rodent ventilator use in finding chronic measurement of cardiac output in conscious mice.pdf
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Small rodent ventilator use in finding chronic measurement of cardiac output in conscious mice
49% Login to view VT03 Rodent Ventilator use in finding Reduced PO2 and Adenosine Formation Preserve Arteriolar Nitric Oxide.pdf
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Rodent Ventilator use in finding Ventilatory and metabolic responses to hypoxia in the smallest simian primate, the pygmy marmoset
47% Login to view VT27 Critical role for CXCR2 and CXCR2 ligands during pathogenesis of ventilator-induced lung injury.pdf
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Depressed tolerance to fluorocarbon-simulated ischemia in failing myocardium due to impaired (Ca2+) modulation
45% Login to view VT01 2,3-Butanedione Monoxime Cardioplegia Advantages Over Hyperkalemia in Blood-Perfused Isolated Hearts.pdf
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2,3-Butanedione Monoxime Cardioplegia: Advantages Over Hyperkalemia in Blood-Perfused Isolated Hearts
   

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Model 683 Small Animal Ventilator User's Manual
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Large Animal Volume Controlled Ventilator Manual
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Model 680 Small Animal Ventilator Manual
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Model 680, 681, & 683 Animal Ventilator Repair Manual
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Harvard 708 Pressure Controlled Ventilator Manual
   

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