Administering Somnacin doses to dreamers
Metal briefcase shell, IV tubing, various electronic monitoring devices
|Behind the Scenes|
The Portable Automated Somnacin IntraVenous Device, abbreviated PASIV Device, is a device used for administering the drug Somnacin to dreamers in the field. Instruction Manual MV-235A provides instructions on the proper usage of this machine.
Features[edit | edit source]
The PASIV device, as well as providing meticulous control over the dosage of Somnacin to subjects in the field, also has the following features:
- A central button called the Infusion Trigger that can activate all IV lines at once.
- Configurable control settings for the accurate monitoring and adjustment of Somnacin levels.
- 12 foot (4 meter) IV lines for versatile in the field set-up.
- LED display with atomized timer for monitoring precise flow rates.
- Synchronization monitoring chip for flow check monitoring and automated adjustment to optimize output flow.
- Lithium iodide batteries with life of 200 hours.
- Additional vial storage for multiple doses in the field.
- Case lock for prevention of system tampering.
- Memory backup for retention of infusion output data.
- Easy access to fuses and batteries for replacement.