ISO 80369-7 FIGURE C.1 and C.3 (formerly ISO 594/2 Fig 5 & 6) FEMALE LUER REFERENCE CONNECTOR
ISO 80369-7:2016 Foreword
ISO 80369-7 cancels and replaces the first edition ISO 594-1:1986 and the second edition of ISO 594-2:1998, clauses, subclauses, tables, figures, and annexes of which have been consolidated and technically revised. Changes...
ISO 80369-7:2021 Foreword
This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition (ISO 80369-7:2016), which has been technically revised. Changes...
Between ISO 594/2 Fig 5 and ISO 80369-7 Fig C.1
The ISO 594/2 Figure 5 Female Luer Reference Conical Fitting is replaced by ISO 80369-7 Fig C.1 Female Luer Reference Connector. Existing ISO 594/2 Fig 5 Reference Connectors should easily pass certification to ISO 80369-7 Fig C.1 requirements, but the reverse is not true.
Between ISO 594/2 Fig 6 and ISO 80369-7 Fig C.3
The ISO 594/2 Figure 6 Female Luer Reference Conical Fitting is replaced by ISO 80369-7 Fig C.3 Female Luer Reference Connector. Existing ISO 594/2 Fig 6 Reference Connectors should easily pass certification to ISO 80369-7 Fig C.3 requirements, but the reverse is not true.
General Construction Details:
Keeping with the requirements of ISO 80369-7; the Reference Connectors we sell are from hardened stainless steel. They have design details which are not specified in ISO 80369-7 and which allow connection to test equipment. These design details vary by manufacturer so be sure you understand the configuration before you order the Reference Connector. The ISO 80369 Reference Connectors are an integral part of Luer needle and syringe testing.
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Original Posting: 3/20/2009
Last Revision: 9/17/2021
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