MAX30100 Heart Rate Pulse Oximeters Pulse Rate Sensor Development Board For Arduino
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Material: ABS, PC
Power Supply: 2 x AAA Batteries (battery not included)
Sleep Monitoring Time: 8 hours
Size: (L)X(W)X(H) 6x3.5x3.5cm /2.36"x1.38"x1.38"(appr.)
Patient Type: for all people except infants and newborns
Measuring Range: 36-99%
Heart Rate Pulse Repetition Frequency (PR) BPM
Measuring Range: 30 bpm - 250 bpm
Bpm solution: 1
Accuracy: 1% or 1 bpm
Blood perfusion indicates PI value
Measuring range 0.2%-30% PI
- Suitable for family health care, hospitals (including internal medicine, surgery, anesthesia, intensive care, etc.), oxygen bar, community medical center, sports health care, etc.
- Made of ABS and PC material, lightweight and easy to opera.
- 4 parameters: SPO2 (oximeter saturation), PR (pulse rate / heart rate), PI (perfusion index), 8 hours sleep monitoring parameters.
- Display direction: 6 kinds of display modes, 4 kinds of display directions.
- Low perfusion with an accuracy of ±4% or even less than 0.1%.
- Automatically shut down in 8 seconds when the device is not in use.
- Sleep monitoring memory function: The sleep record is recorded by the waveform function. It can record up to 8 hours of waveform data and store it in memory, so that users can check the data by themselves or provide the data to the professional doctor for effective sleep disorder treatment.
* Oximeter Saturation: An important indicator of the oxygen condition in the body. It is generally considered that the normal value of blood oxygen saturation should be no less than 94%, and below 94% is considered as insufficient oxygen supply.
* Heart Rate: refers to the number of times the heart beats every minute. That is, the heart beats in a certain period of time. The same person, when the heart is quiet or sleep, the heart rate slows down, and the heart rate increases when exercising or when you are emotional.
* The Perfusion Index (PI):the PI value reflects the pulsatile blood flow, which reflects the blood perfusion ability. The larger the pulsating blood flow, the more the pulsating component, and the larger the PI value. Therefore, the measurement site (skin, nail, bone, etc.) and the patient's own perfusion (arterial blood flow) will affect the PI value. Since the sympathetic nerves affect heart rate and arterial blood pressure (affecting pulse arterial blood flow), the neuromodulation system or mental state of the human body also indirectly affects the PI value. Therefore, the PI value will be different under different anesthesia conditions.
1 x Fingertip Oximeter(not included battery)
1 x Hanging Rope