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    • circa 1972

    The LB-2 Medical Gas Analyzer replaced the LB-1. It measured alveolar CO2, along with nitrous oxide, halothane, ehtrane, forane, various halogenated ethers, and carbon monoxide.

    The Model OM-11 Oxygen Analyzer was…

    • Undated

    Spirometers determine lung capacity and health by measuring how quickly and how much air is inhaled and then exhaled.

    • Undated

    This image shows the graphical print-out of the instrument's readings. A respiratory recorder records both oxygen and carbon dioxide levels during respiration.

    • Undated

    Spirometers determine lung capacity and health by measuring how quickly respiration happens and how much air is both inhaled and exhaled.

    • Undated

    Spirometers determine lung capacity and health by measuring how quickly respiration happens and how much air is both inhaled and exhaled.

    • 1975 – 1984

    This instrument was designed to measure oxygen consumption and carbon dioxide production. It contains an oxygen analyzer, an infrared carbon dioxide analyzer, a turbine volume transducer, a mixing chamber, and a…

    • Undated

    The LB-2 Medical Gas Analyzer replaced the LB-1. It measured alveolar CO2, along with nitrous oxide, halothane, ehtrane, forane, various halogenated ethers, and carbon monoxide.

    • 1975 – 1984

    This instrument was designed to measure oxygen consumption and carbon dioxide production. It contains an oxygen analyzer, an infrared carbon dioxide analyzer, a turbine volume transducer, a mixing chamber, and a…

    • circa 1974

    This prototype was designed by Beckman Instruments' Advanced Technology Operations (ATO) for NASA in 1974 for measuring the carbon dioxide inside space suit helmets. It was intended for use in manned spaceflight…

    • 1970

    A full-scale model of a gas analysis instrument made by Beckman Instruments' Advanced Technology Operations (ATO) in 1968 for the Martin-Marietta Corporation for potential use on the Skylab space station. This…

    • circa 1964

    The unidentified system in this photograph was part of a study made by Beckman Instruments' Space Engineering Group (SEG) for the United States Air Force in 1964, investigating the feasibility of remote detection of…

    • circa 1970

    A full-scale model of a gas analysis instrument made by Beckman Instruments' Advanced Technology Operations (ATO) in 1968 for the Martin-Marietta Corporation for potential use on the Skylab space station. This…

    • 1963

    Beckman Instruments's involvement in NASA's early manned spaceflight projects was mentioned in many of their 1960s advertisements, including this one for the IR-15A Spectrophotometer. In this advertisement, the…