Pulse Oximeter JPD-500E with Alert Feature

JUMPERSKU: JPD-500E

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Description

HOW TO USE YOUR PULSE OXIMETER

 

 

 

Specifications

Display Information

Display Mode

Display Format

LED display

The Pulse Oxygen Saturation (SpO2)

Digital

Pulse Rate (PR)

Digital

Pulse Intensity (bar-graph)

Digital bar-graph display

SpO2 Parameter Specification

Measuring range

35%-100% (the resolution is 1%).

Accuracy

70%-100%;±2%, Below 70% unspecified.

Pulse Parameter Specification

Measuring range

25bpm-250bpm (the resolution is 1 bpm)

Accuracy

±2bpm

Pulse Intensity

Range

Continuous bar-graph display, the higher display indicates the stronger pulse.

Alert conditions

SpO2

Less than 94%

PR

Less than 50bpm or more than 130bpm

Battery Requirement

2 X 1.5V (AAA size) alkaline battery

Power Consumption

Smaller than 35 mA.

Battery Useful Life

Two batteries can work continually for 24 hours

Power off

The Oximeter can be powered off in case no finger is the Oximeter within 16 seconds.

Optical Sensor

Red light (wavelength is 660nm)

Infrared (wavelength is 905nm)

Dimensions and Weight

Dimensions

62 (L)X37 (W)X32(H) mm

Weight

About 50g (with the batteries)


 

What is SPO2 mean

A normal healthy person should be able to achieve normal blood oxygen saturation levels (SpO2) of 94% to 99%. For patients with mild respiratory diseases, the SpO2 should be 90% or above. Supplementary oxygen should be used if SpO2 level falls below 90%, which is unacceptable for a prolonged period of time.

Pulse Rate

Your pulse is your heart rate, or the number of times your heart beats in one minute. Pulse rates vary from person to person. Your pulse is lower when you are at rest and increases when you exercise (more oxygen-rich blood is needed by the body when you exercise).  Most people the regular pulse rate is 60 beats a minute.  however if the pulse rate drops to 50 beats/Min or less than this is known as bradycardia. 

 The main symptom of bradycardia is a heart rate below 60 beats per minute. This abnormally low heart rate can cause the brain and other organs to become oxygen-deprived, which can lead to symptoms such as:

  • Fainting
  • Dizziness
  • Fatigue
  • Weakness
  • Shortness of breath
  • Chest pain
  • Confusion
  • Memory difficulties
  • Quickly tiring during physical activity

 

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