Nonin 8500 Handheld Pulse Oximeter

Nonin 8500 Handheld Pulse Oximeter

Nonin 8500 Handheld Pulse Oximeter Nonin

Nonin 8500 Handheld Pulse Oximeter

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Time-tested performance you can trust

The 8500 handheld pulse oximeter provides an easy and accurate assessment of oxygen saturation and pulse rate from adults to neonates. Truly portable, this pocket-size handheld oximeter will hold up in the most demanding environments. With 100 hours of battery life, the 8500 provides a cost-effective, environmentally friendly solution for your monitoring needs.
Be confident the 8500 Series will live up to its rugged and reliable reputation.  Accuracy you can trust in most challenging conditions, such as motion and low perfusion.  Built to last in the most demanding environments (certified for aeromedical use by the USAF). Tricolor perfusion indicator provides immediate feedback to assess pulse quality
  • 3 button operation and bright LED displays
  • Tri-color perfusion indicator
  • Proven Nonin PureSAT pulse Oximetry technology
  • 100 hrs of battery life (6AA included)
  • Extremely rugged construction
  • Includes (1) adult articulated finger sensor
  • 3 yr. warranty
  • Dimension: 3”x6”x1”
  • Weight: 10oz
  • Wavelengths: Red (660 nanometer) 0.8mW, Infrared (910 nanometers) 1.2mW
  • 6 AA batteries

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    Can this pulse oximeter be used for continuous monitoring, like in a sleep study? Or is it for spot checks only?
    Asked on 4/2/2015 by Jennie from Morgantown, WV

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      This would not be the best to use on a long term basis for continuous monitoring as it's battery operated. It will continually give readings althought the length of time the unit will function is at the mercy of the batteries.

      Answered on 4/6/2015 by Ron S from HQ
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