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  • Page 1 Pulse Oximeter Pulse Pulse Oximeter Oximeter...
  • Page 2 Instructions Instructions to to to User User Instructions User Dear users, thank you very much for purchasing the Pulse Oximeter. This Manual is written and compiled in accordance with the council directive MDD93/42/EEC for medical devices and harmonized standards. In case of modifications and software upgrades, the information contained in this document is subject to change without notice.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS 1Safety 1Safety 1Safety..............................................................................................1 1 1 1.1Instructions for safe operations......................1 1.2Warning..............................1 1.3Attention...............................
  • Page 4: Instructions For Safe Operations

    1 1 1 Safety Safety Safety Instructions safe operations 1.1 Instructions Instructions for for safe safe operations operations  Check the main unit and all accessories periodically to make sure that there is no visible damage that may affect patient’s safety and monitoring performance about cables and transducers. It is recommended that the device should be inspected once a week at least.
  • Page 5: Features

    enought into the probe.  Whether the device is used to adult or infant,it depends on the probe selected.  The update period of data is less than 5 seconds, which is changeable according to different individual pulse rate.  Please read the measured value when the waveform on screen is equably and steady-going, This measured value is optimal value.
  • Page 6: Environment Requirements

    The problem problem problem of of of overrating overrating overrating would would would emerge emerge emerge when when when the the patient patient patient is is is suffering suffering suffering from from from toxicosis toxicosis toxicosis which caused carbon monoxide, device device is is is not recommended...
  • Page 7: Main Parameters

    E. The display mode can be changed F. Screen brightness can be changed G. A pulse sound indication H. With alarm function I I I . With SpO value and pulse rate value of storage, the stored data can be uploaded to computers J.
  • Page 8: View Of The Front Panel

    5 5 5 Installation Installation Installation 5 5 5 .1 .1 .1 View View View of of of the front panel the front front panel panel Figure 2. front view Wristband installation probe connection 5.2 Wristband Wristband installation installation and and probe probe connection connection...
  • Page 9: Application Method

    B. B. B. a User Manual C. C. C. a power adapter D. D. D. a data line E. E. E. a disk (PC software) F. F. F. an oximeter probe 6 6 6 Operating Operating Operating Guide Guide Guide 6 6 6 .1 .1 .1 Application Application Application method...
  • Page 10 b) b) b) On the measuring interface, if the alarm function is on, during the period of alarming,you can pause it by short pressing the button, but the function will be renewed in about 60 seconds. c) c) c) If you want to turn off the alarm for good, you should enter the menu for operation. E.
  • Page 11 then adjust the number by long pressing the button. If If If the alarm function function is is is on on, , , the device will provide midium-priority alarm signal when the alarm alarm function the device device will will provide provide midium-priority midium-priority alarm alarm signal...
  • Page 12 Figure 7. Clock Setting Menu a. a. a. When entering the clock setting menu, the menu choice bar would be on the item of “set time”, and the state would always be “no” whenever it enters the clock setting menu on the purpose of avoiding unexpected changes of time due to improper operation.
  • Page 13 Figure 9. SpO2 Review program I I I f f f the users choose choose to to to turn turn turn on on on the synchronizing display function function on on on computer, computer, computer, it it it would would the users users choose the synchronizing...
  • Page 14: Attention For Operation

    On the main menu interface, short press the button to move the menu choice bar to "Power off", then long press the button to shut down the device. h h h ) Exit Exit Exit the the main main main menu menu menu On the main menu interface,short press the button to move the menu choice bar to "Exit",then long...
  • Page 15: Transportation And And Storage

    some patients with serious anemia may also report good SpO measurement. 7 7 7 Maintain transportation storage Maintain Maintain、transportation transportation and and storage storage 7 7 7 .1 .1 .1 Cleaning Cleaning Cleaning and and Disinfecting Disinfecting Disinfecting Using medical alcohol to disinfect the device, nature dry or clean it with clean soft cloth. 7 7 7 .2 .2 .2 Maintain Maintain Maintain...
  • Page 16 time. ing time. time. 9 9 9 Key Key of of of Symbols Symbols Symbols Signal Description Warning – See User Manual The pulse oxygen saturation(%) Pulse rate (bpm) Full-voltage Low-voltage Close the alarm sound indication Open the alarm sound indication Close the pulse sound indication Open the pulse sound indication menu button/power button/function button...
  • Page 17 Pulse Intensity (bar-graph) bar-graph OLED display SpO O O Parameter Specification Parameter Parameter Specification Specification 2 2 2 Measuring range 0%~100%, (the resolution is 1%). Accuracy 70%~100%:±2% ,Below 70% unspecified. Pulse Parameter Specification Pulse Pulse Parameter Parameter Specification Specification Measuring range 25bpm~250bpm, (the resolution is 1bpm) ±2bpm or±2% (select larger) Accuracy...

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