This portable Fingertip Pulse Oximeter and Heart Rate Monitor is a battery operated medical electronics device that measures your SPo2 and heart rate PM and displays it right on the built-in OLED display screen for your convenience.
The Fingertip Pulse Oximeter and Heart Rate Monitor measures the saturated level of oxygen in your blood using photoplethysmography, and measures your heart beat per minute by optically obtained plethysmograph which illuminates the skin and measures changes in light absorption.
How does it work? To use this health gadget you just insert your finger then press the power button and the Finger Pulse Oximeter and Heart Rate Monitor will display your heart beat p/m, the percentage of oxygen in your blood and also displays an indicator bar that increases and decreases by syncing with the rhythm of your heart beat. The bar graph serves the purpose of letting you know if you have got a weak or strong hear based on the level of the graph. You get all this without needing to go to the hospital, see a doctor or have any invasive procedure.
This Pulse Oximeter and Heart Rate Monitor is suitable for physicians, home doctors (mom), medical students, health care workers, athletes, pilots, community sports centers etc. Demand for a lightweight, inexpensive monitor for measuring SPO2 oxygen saturation and heart rate during physically active sports and high-altitude activities is in huge demand, so we present this Pulse Oximeter and Heart Rate Monitor at a wholesale price and directly available to both home users and medical clinics alike.
1)Operation of the product is simple and convenient.
2)Power consumption of the product is low and the two originally equipped AAA batteries can be operated continuously for 20 hours.
3)The produce will automatically be powered off when no siginal is in the product within 5 seconds.
4)4 directions display mode without waveform.
5)Waveform display mode as line drawing or filling manner.
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