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Male Reference Luer Slip Connector For Testing , Female Luer Connectors For Leakage
ISO 80369-7 Fig C.2 Male reference luer slip connector for testing female luer connectors for leakage, separation from unscrewing, stress cracking and non-interconnectable characteristics
ISO 80369-7 FIGURE C.2 MALE REFERENCE LUER SLIP CONNECTOR
ISO 80369-7:2016 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. Because of this, ISO 594 connections must be tested per ISO 80369-7 requirements. Read: Discussion on the change.
Compatibility/Interchangeability Between ISO 594/1 Figure 5 and ISO 80369-7 Figure C.245
The ISO 594/1 Figure 5 Male Reference Conical Fitting is replaced by ISO 80369-7 Fig C.5 Male Reference Luer Slip Connector. The ISO 80369-7 Figure C.2 is not identical to the ISO 594/1 Figure 5 Reference Fitting, so it cannot be certified as ISO 80369-7 Figure C.2. The good news is that the ISO 80369-7 Figure C.2 Male Reference Luer Slip Connector is backward compatible with the ISO 594/1 Figure 5 Reference Fitting; so it can be certified and used in ISO 594/1 designated testing.
For those who just need to know the full details...
The minimum conical length changed from the ISO 594/1 Figure 5 requirement of 7.5mm minimum; to the ISO 80369-7 Figure C.2 requirement of 10.5mm minimum. I think it is obvious to see that an ISO 80369-7 Figure C.2 Male Reference Luer Slip Connector with a certified minimum length of 10.5 will always meet the ISO 594/1 Figure 5 Male Reference Conical Fitting requirement of 7.5mm minimum.
tatement of Objective:
The Luer Connection has had specification number changes over the years. Because of that some product drawings, specifications and procedures reference specification numbers which are obsolete and which have been replaced by new numbers. This document gives the directive as to how these obsolete numbers will be translated for compliance to the most current specification.
Any reference to ANSI/HIMA MD 70.1 is replaced with ISO 80369-7.
Any reference to ISO 594/1 is replaced with ISO 80369-7.
Any reference to ISO 594/2 is replaced with ISO 80369-7.
ANSI/HIMA MD 70.1
ANSI/HIMA MD70.1 by HIMA was ratified in 1983. That ratification included a sunset provision that required review and re-ratification in 1989 to maintain validity. In 1986 ISO 594 was ratified as the replacement for ANSI/HIMA MD 70.1. Because the ISO 594 was the subsequent and superior standard, no committee was ever convened to review and re-ratify ANSI/HIMA MD70.1. Technically ANSI/HIMA MD70.1 has expired and is no longer valid. Luer connections manufactured under either ANSI/HIMA MD70.1 or ISO 594 are fully interchangeable. Differences between the two specifications are expected but are technically insignificant to the function of the specified connections. In a dispute the newer ISO 594 is to be given precedence over the older ANSI/HIMA MD 70.1.
ISO 594/1 and ISO 594/2
ISO 594 was ratified in 1986. In 2016 both ISO 594/1 and ISO 594/2 have been superseded by ISO 80369-7 as part of the industry wide drive to have non-interchangeability between small bore connectors. Luer connections manufactured under either ISO 594 or ISO 80369-7 are fully interchangeable and technically equivalent. Differences between the two specifications are expected but are technically insignificant to the function of the specified connections. In a dispute the newer ISO 80369-7 is to be given precedence over the older ISO 594.
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