Smart Pulse Oxymeter

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Smart Pulse Oxymeter


This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.  These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.

€ 99.00

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Product Description

                Product Overview

  • Oxygen saturation is the percentage of oxyhemoglobin (HbO2) that is combined with oxygen against all combinable hemoglobin (Hb). It is an important physiological parameter involved in respiration and circulation. The oxygen saturation of arterial blood in a normal human body is 98%. Oxygen saturation is an important indicator of the oxygen condition in the human body. In general, the normal values of oxygen saturation shall not be lower than 94%. If the measured value of oxygen saturation is lower than 94%, an insufficient supply of oxygen is considered.
  • The Pulse rate is the number of pulse beats per minute. Normally, the pulse rate is consistent with the heart rate. In general, the pulse rate of every people is 60 to 90 beats per minute.
  • The Perfusion Index (PI) usually reflects the limb perfusion status of an examined patient, and shows the detection precision of the instrument as well; that is, an examination can still be performed even in the low or weak perfusion condition. The PI of a normal human body is 3% or greater.




          Working Principles, Expected Usage, and Applicable Scope

  • Based on full digital technology, the Finger Pulse Oximeter non-invasively measures the actual content (oxygen saturation) of oxyhemoglobin (HbO2) in arterial blood using the optical transmittance method.
  • The Finger Pulse Oximeter measures the blood oxygen saturation and pulse rate of a human body via finger artery. It is applicable to a wide range of fields, such as families, hospitals (including operation rooms of the departments of internal medicine and surgery, the department of anesthesiology, the department of pediatrics, and intensive care rooms), oxygen bars, social medical care institutions, and sports & health. Use this instrument for measurement before or after sports. You are not advised to use this instrument during sports activities. Do not use it for continuous care for patients.
         Schematic Diagram of Display

  • The following list shows the information display on the OLED screen of the Oximeter in normal detection state:
  1. Symbol of oxygen saturation
  2. Measured value of oxygen saturation
  3. Bar graph
  4. Plethysmogram
  5. Measured value of pulse rate
  6. PI
  7. Symbol of pulse rate
  8. Battery power indication/Bluetooth symbol (alternately displayed).
          Alert Sound Setting

  • Hold the power-on key/functional key while the Oximeter is in a powered-on state. Parameter setting interface 1 is displayed, as shown in the following figure. Move “*” to the corresponding option, and hold the functional key to set Alm to on and set Beep to off. When Alm is set to on and the measured values of the blood oxygen saturation and pulse rate go beyond the upper limit or lower limit, the Oximeter gives off an alert sound. When Alm is set to off and the measured values go beyond the limit, the Oximeter will not give any alert sound. When Beep is set to on, a tick will be heard along with pulse beats during pulse rate measurement. When Beep is set to off, no sound will be output along with pulse beats during pulse rate measurement. While the “*” symbol stays on the Restore option, hold the functional key to restore factory settings.
 Dimensions 62.0 mm (Width) × 37.0 mm (Depth) × 32.0 mm (Height)

Weight: 42.5 g (including the height of the two AAA dry batteries)

Peak wavelength range of the light emitted from the probe  Red light 660 nm ± 3; infrared light 905 nm ± 5.
Maximum optical output power of the probe  1.2 mW for infrared light (905 nm).
Bluetooth module  4.0 (single-mode)
Normal working condition
Working Temperature 5°C to 40°C (41°F to 104°F)
Relative Humidity 15% to 80%, non-condensing
Atmospheric Pressure 70 kPa to 106 kPa
Rated Voltage DC 3.0 V
Default values and conditions of alert
Parameter Value
Oxygen saturation Upper limit: 100

Lower limit: 94

Pulse rate Upper limit: 130

Lower limit: 50

Alert condition When the alert switch is on and the actual measured value goes beyond the preset alert parameter range, the Oximeter gives an alert sound.

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