Size: 94 mm x 154 x 135, Weight 1.7 kg (no chamber fitted), 2.0 kg (chamber fitted and
filled with water). Electrical Classification: CLASS 1, TYPE BF, IPX1
Supply frequency: 50 or 60 Hz, Voltage: 230 V~, Current: 0.8 A max at 230 V~
Heater plate: 150 W. Heater wire: 22 V~, 1.36 A, 30 W, 50 or 60 Hz
Heater plate over-temperature cutout 93 ± 6 °C
Performance (at 23 °C Ambient Temperature)
Heater wire mode
Constant flow range
5 to 60
5 to 60
5 to 30
5 to 60
5 to 40
5 to 30
26 to 29
30 to 33
33 to 36
23 to 25
25 to 27
28 to 32
• Caution is required when delivering gases that are
not body temperature saturated, to patients with
• The use of breathing circuits, chambers, or other
accessories which are NOT approved by Fisher &
Paykel Healthcare, may impair performance or
• Refer to operating instructions for each accessory.
• Ensure maintenance of grounding integrity by
connecting to an appropriately grounded
• Ensure that the humidifier is always positioned
lower than the patient’s airway.
• Ensure the humidifier is securely mounted.
CAUTION: MR810 does not deliver body temperature saturated gases.
Recommended operating environment temperature: 18 to 28 °C.
Humidity Performance: > 10 mg/L, 5 L/min < flow < 60 L/min.
DO NOT use for flow < 5 L/min.
Warm-up Time: < 60 minutes.
• The operation of high frequency surgical
apparatus, short wave or microwave equipment in
the vicinity of the humidifier may adversely affect
its function. If this occurs the humidifier should be
removed from the vicinity of such devices.
• Visually inspect equipment for damage before
may exceed 75 °C
C-tick for EMC
• Hot surfaces may exceed 75 °C.
The humidifier base and heater wire adaptor can be cleaned when required with a damp cloth using a mild non-abrasive cleaning solution.
(Refer to the MR810 technical manual for a list of approved cleaning agents).
ROUTINE MAINTENANCE AND SERVICING
Refer maintenance and servicing to qualified service personnel. A full technical description including annual maintenance and service data is
contained in the Technical Manual which is available from your supplier or Fisher & Paykel Healthcare (REF 185042601).
The MR810 respiratory
humidifier warms and
delivered to patients
and/or constant flow
DO NOT DISCARD
REF 185042576 Rev C
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PLEASE READ OPERATING INSTRUCTION WARNINGS BEFORE SETTING UP THE MR810
HEATER WIRE MODE
SET UP WITH RT308 CIRCUIT
1. Slide humidification chamber (B) onto humidifier base
(A) and connect breathing circuit (F) (refer to
humidification chamber and breathing circuit operating
instructions for further details). Hang the waterbag
from a waterbag pole (E).
2. Connect heater wire adaptor to circuit (C). See “Heater
Wire Mode Indicator”.
3. Connect oxygen tubing to the O2 flow meter (not
included in the RT308 kit) to the air entrainer (D).
Connect to patient interface (G).
4. The humidification system is now set up and ready for
use. For maximum humidity delivery use the high
Note: Remove scrolls from scrolled chambers.
WARNING: Ensure that
probe port caps are inserted
into the circuit.
For other applications contact your local Fisher & Paykel Healthcare representative.
Pressing this button turns the humidifier on or off (stand-by).
Note: The MR810 defaults to HIGH when turned on.
Ambient Temperature Sensor
Monitors air temperature and adjusts
the heater wire power to minimise
breathing circuit condensate. Keep
away from draughts and heat.
Temperature & Humidity Control
Button & Indicator
Pressing this button cycles the humidifier setting
between low, medium, and high.
Temperature & Humidity
Note: For maximum humidity
delivery use the high setting.
Heater Wire Mode Indicator
See Manual Indicator
If the green light is illuminated, the heater wire is
correctly connected to the heater wire circuit.
If the red light is illuminated, the humidifier and all
accessories should be immediately removed and sent
If the green light is off while connected to the
heater wire circuit, there may be a fault with the
heater wire circuit or heater base.
If not connected to a heater wire circuit, non-heater
wire mode is initiated.