BD Alaris Pump Module 8100 – Infusion Pump

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Alaris IV Pump Features

The BD Alaris Pump Module 8100 is used in the delivery of large-volume fluids, medications, blood, and blood products using continuous intermittent delivery for adult, pediatric, or neonatal patients. Infusion delivery can occur via clinically acceptable routes of administration (e.g., intravenous, intra-arterial, subcutaneous, epidural, enteral, or irrigation of fluid spaces).

Clinicians can attach up to four pump modules to a single Point of Care (PCU) Unit allowing four different infusions. The Alaris 8100 modules can be attached to either side of the Alaris PC unit to create the desired configuration.

The Alaris 8100 module supports the Guardrails Suite MX software. This software helps to reduce the risk of medication errors by providing a test of reasonableness before the initiation of therapy.

  • Built-in LCD displays the IV fluid name, dose, and rate.
  • Indicators that display channel status are red for alarm, yellow for pause, and green for infusing.
  • Set-based, free-flow protection featuring the SmartSite needle-free valves.
  • Sets can be used for gravity infusion.
  • Designed for bag, bottle, or syringe delivery.
  • Supports primary and secondary “piggyback” delivery

Alaris Pump Specifications


  • Height: 8.9 in (22.6 cm)
  • Width: 3.3 in (8.4 cm)
  • Depth: 5.5 in (14 cm)
  • Weight: 2.5 lb (1.13 kg)

Accumulated Air Window

  • Single Bolus Setting: 50; Volume Window (mL): 2.8; Air That Causes Alarm: 10%
  • Single Bolus Setting: 75; Volume Window (mL): 8.0; Air That Causes Alarm: 20%
  • Single Bolus Setting: 250; Volume Window (mL): 8.0; Air That Causes Alarm: 30%
  • Single Bolus Setting: 500; Volume Window (mL): 12.0; Air That Causes Alarm: 30%

Bolus Volume, Maximum after Occlusion

  • Pressure Limit (mmHg): 50; Rate (mL/h): 25; Bolus Volume (mL): =0.3
  • Pressure Limit (mmHg): 525; Rate (mL/h): 25; Bolus Volume (mL): =0.6

Critical Volume

  • The maximum over-infusion which can occur in the event of a single fault condition is 0.6 mL.

Fluid Ingress Protection

  • IPX1, Drip Proof

Maximum Infusion Pump Pressure

  • 654 mmHg (Maximum Occlusion Alarm Threshold plus tolerance)

IV Pump Rate Accuracy

  • ±5% at rates between 1 and 999 mL/h; ±5.5% at rates <1 mL/h, 95% of the time with 95% confidence, under the conditions listed below.
  • Infusion Rate Range: 0.1 – 999 mL/h
  • Ambient Temperature: 68 ±4° F (20 ±2° C)
  • Source Container Height: 20 inches above top
  • Test Solution: Distilled Water
  • Distal Back pressure: 0 mmHg (0 kPa)
  • Needle: 18 gauge
  • Administration Set Model: 2210

Infusion of Air, Means to Protect the Patient from

  • Ultrasonic Air-in-Line Detection: Maximum single bolus size = selectable 50, 75, or 250 microliters nominal (500 microliters in Anesthesia Mode)

IKVO (Keep Vein Open) Rate

  • Factory Default Setting is 1 mL/h if the set rate is 1 mL/h or above; or set rate, if the rate is 0.9 mL/h or below.

KVO Selection Range:

  • KVO rate can be set in System Configuration from 0.1 – 20 mL/h in 0.1 mL/h increments.

Occlusion Alarm Thresholds:

  • Pumping Mode: 525 mmHg at rates =30 mL/h Varying level based on rate and patient back–pressure at rates <30 mL/h.
  • Selectable Mode: The user selected, 50 – 525 mmHg in 25 mmHg increments.

Operating Principle:

  • Positive displacement

Shock Protection:

  • Type CF, Defibrillator Proof



  • Temperature Range: 41 to 104°F (5 to 40°C)
  • Relative Humidity: 20 to 90%
  • Atmospheric Pressure: 525 to 4560 mmHg (700 to 6080 hPa)

Storage / Transport

  • Temperature Range: -4 to 140°F (-20 to 60°C)
  • Relative Humidity: 5 to 85%
  • Atmospheric Pressure: 375 to 760 mmHg (500 to 1013 hPa)

Refurbished BD Alaris Pump Modules

Soma Tech Intl offers the Care Fusion 8100 Infusion Module up to 50% below OEM prices with the same service and warranty as new. Soma Tech technically and cosmetically refurbishes these CareFusion 8100s back to the original engineering manufacturer specifications. Using highly skilled, trained, and certified in-house biomedical engineers these units are fully tested, disassembled, and if necessary, parts are replaced. Once all the parts of the CareFusion 8100 are in working order, it’s calibrated back to OEM specifications, to make sure it works exactly the way it did when it originally left the manufacturer. Soma Tech Intl not only refurbished the product, but each unit also goes through a special cosmetic restoration process. The module is cleaned and minor scratches and dents are repaired, and decals are replaced if necessary.

Soma Tech Intl also purchases used and pre-owned CareFusion Alaris infusion pumps. If you or your facility wants to sell your 8100 Infusion Pump, Soma Tech has an experienced purchasing department that makes the process headache and hassle-free. When selling your infusion pump system to Soma, there is no need for a middle man, it is a direct transaction to Soma which ensures that you get top dollar for your medical equipment. Soma Tech not only buys infusion pumps but also buys a wide variety of different medical equipment if your medical facility is looking to free up space. If you have medical equipment you would like to sell to Soma, send us a message here!


Questions about our Infusion Pumps?

Soma Tech Intl offers a wide range of infusion pumps. If you have any questions about any of our infusion pumps or need a quick quote, call us and one of our knowledgeable sales representatives will help you.

Looking to sell your infusion pumps? Soma ensures your facility gets top dollar for your equipment and also gives the option for trade-in credit.

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