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Plus Fingertip Pulse Oximeter - CMS5OD

Plus Fingertip Pulse Oximeter - CMS5OD

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Plus Fingertip Pulse Oximeter - CMS5OD - Sold as 1 piece

Monitor your oxygen levels. The principle of the CMS50D pulse oximeter is as follows: The photoelectric hemoglobin oxygen screening technique is adopted according to the scanning technology and pulse capacitance recording, the pulse oximeter can be used to measure the oxygen saturation and pulse rate by finger. The product is suitable for use in family, hospital, oxygen bar, community health care, and physical care in sports (it can be used before or after exercise, it is not recommended to use the device during exercise) and so on

FEATURES

  • SpO2 value display
  • Pulse rate value display, bar graph display
  • Pulse waveform display
  • The display mode can be changed
  • Screen brightness can be changed
  • Low-voltage indication: low-voltage indicator appears before working abnormally which is due to low-voltage. 

TECHNICAL PARAMETERS

  • Integrated with the Sp02 probe and processing display module.
  • Application: hospital, home, community medical treatment, sports healthcare, etc.
  • Can measure Sp02 and Pulse Rate accurately
  • Sp02 and Pulse Rate display, Pulse Rate waveform and bar graph display
  • Battery voltage low indication
  • Four directions and six modes
  • Screen brightness adjustable
  • Low power consumption; shut off automatically when no signal
  • The display format can be saved after power off Small volume (57(L) x 31(W) x32(H) mm), light, convenient to carry
  • Display Mode: 0.96" double Color OLED display
  • Screen Resolution:128*64 Sp02
  • Measuring Range:0- 100
  • PR Measuring Range:30- -250bpm
  • Resolution: 1% for Sp02, lbpm for pulse rate
  • Accuracy: ±2% (70(,), -100N), unspecified (<70%) for Sp02, ±2bpm or± 2% (select larger) for pulse rate
  • Power Supply: 5V (AAA size) alkaline batteriesx2
  • Can work 36 hours continuously
  • Interference resistance capacity against ambient light and measurement performance at low perfusion