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Checkmate Sp02 Pulse Oximeter FDA ApprovedAccurate CheckMate Fingertip Pulse Oximeter SPO 1000
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Display Pulse Rate, Oxygen Saturation level (SPO2)
It is simple to use and delivers almost immediate results. Within seconds, the FDA/CE approved CheckMate PulseOx will display accurate readings on your SpO2 and heart pulse rate.
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Monitor SPO2, oxygen saturation level and PR (Pulse Rate) Accurate while patient is in motion Backlit light Automatic On/Off Power Low Battery consumption and long battery life Lithium battery Completely nail polish tolerant - no matter how dark the color Accurate readings while patient is in motion Digital LCD display for SpO2 and pulse rate with Backlight Batteries Included 1 year limited warranty
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Effective Measuring Range:
Saturation: 70 to 99% Heart Pulse Rate: 40 to 250 bpm Resolution: 2 digit
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Saturation: +/- 1% or +/- 2 digits Heart Pulse Rate: +/- 3% or +/- 2 digits Display: Saturation: 2 characters Heart Pulse Rate: 2 characters Signal Indications: “Sensor OFF” and “Weak Signal” – Flashing Heart Icon Power Requirements:
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Two AA size Batteries Mechanical: Overall Dimensions: 2.71” x 1.41” x 1.39” (66 x 36 x 33 mm) Weight: 2.0 oz. (60 g.) including battery Environmental: Operating Temperature: 4º to 42º C (39º to 107º F) Storage Temperature: -20º to 70º C (-4º to 158º F) Humidity: up to 95% noncondensing
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Description Check Mate is based on SPO Medical's uniquely patented algorithms tht use reflective pulse oximetery technology for accurate oximetry measurement. It also addresses problems typically associated w ith motion artifacts, ensuring accurate and reliable readings. The unit is designed to utilize very low pow er for extended usage, eliminating the need for frequent battery replacement. SPO Medical's Check Mate offers the features of a conventinal pulse oximeter in a compact, user friendly, configuration. Check Mate answ ers the sports and aviation markets' demand for a lightw eight, inexpensive
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monitor for measuring blood oxygen saturation and heart rate during physically active and high-altitude activities. It offers the user a greater ability to monitor these vital signs under motion and is less expensive than most available devices. SPO Medical's patented reflectance pulse oximetry (RPO) technology is w hat allow s Check Mate to effectively monitor an athlete during such activities as: mountain climbing, high-altitude street cycling, light jogging, speed w alking and running. Check Mate w ill monitor SpO2 in almost any physical activity that does not include significant arm sw inging (e.g., jumping jacks). For most athletes, a little learning goes a long w ay: after a few hours of experimenting w ith various movements, athletes quickly learn how to use Check Mate in almost any activity. Pilots love Check Mate because it allow s them to quickly assess their SpO2 w hile flying at high altitudes. Hypoxia can be a pilot's w orst enemy, and Check Mate is a low -cost product w hich gives pilots peace of mind.
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Published on Oct 7, 2011