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Fingertip Pulse Oximeter
Quick Results in 8 seconds
Low Perfusion less than 0.075%

Yimi Life

Digital Fingertip Pulse Oximeter

R329

Retail: R440

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Please note
  • This product is intended as an aid only. Always contact your medical professional if you suspect that you may be ill. 
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This digital fingertip pulse oximeter is the ideal way to measure your pulse rate

Product Features
  • Modern, Clean and Streamlined Design
  • Configurable High or Low Sp02 and Pulse Rate Limits for Visual Alarm 
  • Adjustable Display Brightnessto Save Battery 
  • Quick Results in 8 seconds -Low Perfusion less than 0.075% 
  • All Screen Design with 1.5" LED Display 
  • Display Contact: Sp02%, Pulse Rate: PI%, Heart Beat Icon, Battery Indicator 
  • Easy One Button Operation 
  • IP22 Level Water and Dust Resistance 
  • Blood Oxygen Saturation (Sp02) Declared Accuracy: 
    • Range: 70~99% : ±2 Digits, 0~69% Unspecified 
    • Resolution : 1% 
    • Display Range: 30% ~ 99% 
  • Pulse Rate (PR) Declared Accuracy 
    • Range: 25~250 bpm: ±3 Digits 
    • Resolution : 1 bpm - Power Consumption: 25~50 mA 
  • Auto Power Off in 8 seconds without Finger Insertion and Low Battery Indicator 
  • Temperature Storage: -20 ~ 60°C, Operating: 5 ~ 40°C 
  • Humidity: Storage 10% ~ 95%, Operating: 15% ~ 95% 
  • Atmospheric Pressure: Storage 50 ~ 107.4 Kpa, Operating: 70 ~ 106 Kpa
Product Specifications
  • Batteries: 2x AAA Batteries (not included)
  • Accessories: Lanyard, User Manual
  • Product Size: 57 x 30 x 31 mm
  • Net Weight : 28g


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