20140254305, Sep 11, 2014
Richard Brand Caso - Mission Viejo CA, US
Irving Quam - Eastvale CA, US
A gas mixing apparatus comprising an oxygen input-source, the oxygen input-source further comprising an oxygen sensor, a gas input-source, the gas input further comprises a first gas flow sensor and a combined gas output-source. The gas output source further comprises a second gas flow sensor. The gas mixing apparatus further comprise an electronic mixing-valve, the electronic mixing valve adapted to be controlled by an input-knob or by a CPU. Wherein, the electronic mixing valve, responds to a CPU, the CPU adapted to receive signals from an accelerometer, an oxygen sensor, a gas flow sensor, an input-knob, a digital input source, and a wireless transceiver; wherein said CPU controls said electronic mixing valve by comparing stored preset values and adjusting said electronic mixing valve through a feedback loop. The method of precisely mixing gas and oxygen comprising the steps of using an electronic mixing valve; said electronic mixing valve adapted to receive processed signals from a CPU. Wherein said CPU creates a feedback loop by receiving signals from an accelerometer, an oxygen sensor, a gas flow sensor, a pulse oximeter, an input-knob, a digital input source, and a wireless transceiver.