Fingertip Pulse Oximeter, Blood Oxygen Saturation Monitor,Heart Rate Monitor with Batteries, Lanyard, and Warranty (Blue)
About this item
- Accurate and reliable--Fingertip pulse oximeter can quickly determine your SpO2 (blood oxygen saturation level), pulse frequency and pulse intensity, and display it on the top of the LED display.
- Easy to use--Taking a reading is easy, just clip it on to your finger and turn it on at the press of a button.
- Lightweight and portable--The pulse oximeter is light and small size, low power consumption and convenient in carrying. Also it comes with a detachable lanyard which can measure your oxygen saturation anywhere.
- Multi-angle display--User can see Pulse Wave,bar graph in this OLED display with rotatable multidirectional display.
- You will get--1* finger pulse oximeter, 1* lanyard, 1*user manual , 2*AAA batteries.
1.Display type:OLED display
3.PR:Measuring range25 BPM ~250 BPM,Precision±1BPM
4.Power: two AAA 1.5V alkaline batteries
5.Power consumption: below 50mA
6.Automatic power-off:The product power off by itself when no finger is in the product for ≧8 seconds
Before each test,please clean the rubber with alcohol,
and apply the alcohol to the finger before and after the test.
1. Install 2 X AAA batterles in the battery box
2. Insert your finger into the rubber hole of the oximeter
3. Press the button on the front panel to start
4. Do not shake your fingers or move your body while the oximeter is working
5. If you want to change the display direction,please press the button
6. Read relevant values from the display
7. If there is no finger signal, the device will automatically tun off the power after 8 seconds
1. Pass the thin end of the lanyard through the hanging hole
2. Pass the thicker end of the lanyard through the thin end that has been passed and tighten it
√ People with vascular diseases (coronary heart disease, high blood pressure, hyperlipidemia, cerebral thrombosis...)
√ People with respiratory diseases (asthma, bronchitis, old chronic bronchitis, pulmonary heart disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary...)
√ Seniors over 60
√ Those who study or work more than 12 hours a day
√ People who like sports and climbing
√ People who have a habit of drinking