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Lightweight
LED
Blood oxygen saturation

Pulse

Digital Oximeter Fingertip Oxygen Saturation and Pulse Monitor

R599

Retail: R800
Excludes shipping
Discovery Miles / eB: 5 990

R599

R800
About

The Fingertip Pulse Oximeter is used to detect the blood oxygen saturation and pulse rate of the human body. This product is based on digital blood oxygen technology and uses an advanced DSP algorithm to reduce the effects of motion artifacts and improve the measurement accuracy under weak perfusion. A pulse oximeter is a single data point of your health. If your oxygen saturation numbers look okay, you should still seek medical attention if you have other symptoms, such as high temperature, shortness of breath, headache or persistent cough. This list does not include all possible symptoms.

Product Features
  • Lightweight to carry and easy-to-use
  • Manually adjust the direction of interface
  • LED display, simultaneous display for testing value and bargraph
  • Low battery voltage indication
  • Automatically standby
  • This oximeter powered by 2 AAA batteries (excluding battery)
Product Specification
  • Blood Oxygen Saturation Measuring Range: 70 - 99%
  • Measurement Accuracy:
  • ± 2% Within 80% - 99%
  • ± 3% Within 70 - 79%
  • < 70% Accuracy is not defined
  • Resolution: Blood Oxygen Saturation ±1%
  • Pulse Rate Measuring Range: 30 - 250 BPM
  • Measurement Accuracy: ±1 BPM Or ± 1% of the measured value (whichever is greater)
  • Battery: 2 x AAA 1.5V Alkaline Batteries (not included)
  • Power Consumption: Less Than 25mA
  • Automatic Shutdown: When no finger is inserted, it will automatically shut down after 8 seconds
  • Storage Temperature: -40 - 60 ֯C
  • Ambient Humidity: <95 ֯C
  • Atmospheric Pressure: 500hpa-1060 kPa
  • Operating Environment: -10 - 40 ֯C
  • Dimensions: 57 x 31 x 32mm
  • 3-month warranty

Correct usage is key to a trustworthy reading:

  • Use in a rested sitting position
  • Ensure the device is properly positioned on your finger
  • Take into account that you may be living at altitude
  • Artificial nails and nail polish, especially gel-based, can produce inaccurate measurements
  • Cold hands or poor circulation can also interfere with the light and produce false numbers
  • Check to see that you are not accidentally reading the numbers upside down if you are getting a strange reading
  • 95% to 100% is an acceptable saturation range. If the number drops to 92% or lower, that’s a cause for concern.
  • People at high altitudes might have levels in the low 90s and still be fine.
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