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    A small pulse oximeter intended for measuring the pulse oxygen saturation, pulse rate and perf...
    SKU: WEB000982
    Code Type Unit of Measure
    Code: PMFPO Type: Pulse Oximeter Fingertip Unit of Measure: EA
    Pulse Oximeter Features:
    • Special splash-proof and drop-resistant design
    • OLED display of SpO2, PR, PI, pulse bar & waveform
    • Spot check and continuous pulse oximeter measurement modes
    • Pulse rate analysis for spot check measurement
    • Up to 12 groups SpO2 data storage
    • Audible & visual alarm with low battery indication
    • Automatic power on/off
    • Four direction display
    • Artefact removal & anti-motion
    • Accurate & sensitive

    Pulse Oximeter Specification:

    • SpO2
    • Transducer: Dual-wavelength LED sensor
    • Measuring range: 35-100%
    • Measuring accuracy: ≤ 2% range from 70-100%

    Pulse Rate:

    • Measuring range: 30-240bpm
    • Measuring accuracy: ±2bpm or ±2% (whichever is the greater)

    Perfusion Index:

    • Display range: 0-20%

    Default Alarm Limit:

    • SpO2 low limit: 90%
    • Pulse rate high limit: 120bpm
    • Pulse rate low limit: 50bpm

    Measuring Mode:

    • 30 seconds spot check mode
    • Continuous mode

    Dimensions, Weight & Power:

    • Dimensions: 56x34x30mm (L x W x H)
    • Weight: 52g
    • Power: 2 x AAA alkaline battery
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