Product Manual
HANDY OX
HAND HELD
PULSE OXIMETER
INSTRUCTION
MANUAL
Model # 18715
PULSE OXIMETER INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Oximeter Series
Contents
1 Introduction .................................................. 3
1.1 Brief Introduction .................................. 3
1.2 Safety Information .................................. 3
1.3 Equipment symbols ................................ 8
1.4 Electromagnetism interference ...................... 9
1.5 Equipment classification ............................ 9
1.6 Accessory ........................................ 10
2 General Descriptions ......................................... 11
2.1 Front panel ....................................... 11
2.2 Rear panel ........................................ 13
2.3 Right-side panel................................... 16
2.4 Product features .................................. 16
2.5 Intended use ...................................... 16
3. Getting started .............................................. 16
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4 .Take a measurement ........................................ 19
5. Maintain and Cleaning ....................................... 25
5.1 Safety Checks .................................... 26
5.2 Calibration and Verification ........................ 28
5.3 Warranty ......................................... 27
APPENDIX A Specifications .................................... 30
APPENDIX B .................................................. 34
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1 Introduction
1.1 Brief Introduction
Thank you for purchasing this handheld pulse oximeter. The
device is designed to measure oxygen saturation (SpO2) and
Pulse Rate (PR), delivering visual and audio alarm. Please read
this manual carefully before using it.
1.2 Safety Information
Concepts of Warning, Caution and Notice
The Warning, Caution and Notice labels in this document are
intended to facilitate safe user operation of this product.

Warning - Indicates a potential hazard or unsafe practice
that, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury.

Caution - Indicates a potential hazard or unsafe practice
that, if not avoided, could result in minor personal injury or
product/property damage.

Notice: - Provides application tips or other useful
information to ensure that you get the most from your
product.
WARNINGS
 Before putting the system into operation, verify that the
equipment, connecting cables and accessories are in correct
working order and operating condition.
 Do not use the oximeter in the presence of flammable
anesthetics, vapors or liquids.
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 Do not use the oximeter in an MRI or CT environment.
 Do not open the equipment housings; electric shock hazard
may exist. All servicing and future upgrades must be carried
out by the personnel trained and authorized by our company
only.
 The pulse oximeter is specified for use by medical
professionals only.
 Prolonged use of the probe/sensor or the patient’s condition
may require changing the sensor site periodically. Change the
sensor site and check skin integrity, circulatory status, and
correct alignment at least every 4 hours. Prolonged use may
cause blisters, skin deterioration, and discomfort.
 When connecting this oximeter to any instrument, verify
proper operation before clinical use. Refer to the instrument’s
user manual for full instructions. The equipment connected to
the pulse oximeter’s data interface must be certified
according to the respective IEC standards, i.e., IEC950 for
data processing equipment or IEC 601-1 for medical electrical
equipment. All combinations of equipment must be in
compliance with IEC601-1-1 systems requirements.
 Sensor malfunction may cause inaccurate data possibly
resulting in patient injury or death, so pay close attention to
the sensor and inspect it often.
 The physiological data and alarm messages displayed on the
equipment are for reference only and cannot be directly used
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for diagnostic interpretation.
 Do not rely exclusively on the audible alarm system for patient
monitoring. Adjustment of alarm volume to “off” may result in
a hazard to the patient. Remember that alarm settings should
be customized according to different patient situations and
always keeping the patient under close surveillance is the
most reliable way for safe patient monitoring.
 Worn-out data cables may also cause inaccurate data, so if
the data is used as a reference to treat a patient, pay special
attention to data cable and check it more frequently.
 When using the equipment with electrosurgical units (ESU),
make sure the patient is safe.
 Do not come into contact with the patient during defibrillation.
Otherwise serious injury or death could result.
 Single-use accessories should never be reused.
 To avoid inadvertent disconnection, route all cables in a way
to prevent a stumbling hazard. Wrap and secure excess
cabling to avoid risk of entanglement or strangulation by
patients or personnel.
CAUTIONS
 Autoclaving, ethylene oxide sterilizing, or immersing the
sensors in liquid may cause inaccurate readings.
 To ensure patient safety, use only parts and accessories
specified in this manual.
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 The operator must be thoroughly familiar with the information
in this manual before using the device.
 Unplug the sensor from the oximeter before cleaning or
disinfecting it.
 If liquid is accidentally spilled on the unit, clean and dry
thoroughly before reuse.
 Do not try to use the SpO2 and NIBP measurement on the
same arm at the same time. This could potentially affect
measurement accuracy.
 At the end of its service life, the equipment, as well as its
accessories, must be disposed of in compliance with the
guidelines regulating the disposal of such products.
 Always install or carry the equipment properly to avoid
damage caused by drop, impact, strong vibration or other
mechanical force.
NOTES
 Put the equipment in a location where you can easily see the
screen and access the operating controls.
 Keep this manual in the vicinity of the equipment so that it can
be obtained conveniently when needed.
 The
software
was
developed
in
compliance
with
IEC60601-1-4. The possibility of hazards arising from
software errors is minimized.
 SpO2 measurements may be influenced by high ambient light,
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especially sunlight. Shield the sensor area if necessary.
 Dyes introduced into the bloodstream, such as methylene
blue, indocyanine green, indigo carmine, and fluorescein,
may influence the accuracy of the SpO2 reading.
 Any condition that restricts blood flow, such as use of a blood
pressure cuff or extremes in systemic vascular resistance,
may cause a failure to determine accurate pulse rate and
SpO2 readings.
 Remove fingernail polish or artificial fingernails before
applying
SpO2
sensors.
Fingernail
polish
or
artificial
fingernails may cause inaccurate SpO2 readings.
 Optical cross-talk can occur when two or more sensors are
located in adjoining areas. It can be eliminated by covering
each site with opaque material. Optical cross-talk may
adversely affect the accuracy of the SpO2 readings.
 Obstructions or dirt on the sensor’s red light or detector may
cause a sensor failure. Make sure there are no obstructions
and the sensor is clean.
 For routine equipment maintenance, please refer to the
service procedures at the associated section as indicated in
the manual.
 As to the other concerns for attention, please carefully look
through the specific chapter in this instruction.
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 This manual describes all features and options. Your
equipment may not have all of them.
 Federal Law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of
a physician.
1.3 Equipment symbols
Symbol
Definitions
Attention!Read the operator’s manual carefully before
using the oximeter.
Type BF applied part
Production date
Manufacturer’s address.
Low power indicator
European union approval
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Serial number
SN
1.4 Electromagnetism interference
This oximeter is designed and tested in compliance with the EMC
standard, complying with the international standard for the EMC of
the electronic medical device - IEC 60601-1-2. However, because of
the proliferation of radio frequency transmitting equipment and other
sources
of
electrical
noise
in
the
health-care
and
home
environments (e.g. cellular phones, mobile two-way radios, electrical
appliances) it is possible that high levels of such interference due to
close proximity or strength of a source, may result in disruption of
performance of this device.
This apparatus complies with the IEC 60601-1-2 international
standard. The requirements of this international standard are:
CISPR11, GROP1, and CLASS B.
1.5 Equipment classification
Classification according to IEC-60601
According to the type of
Internal
protection
against
source equipment
electrical
According to the degree of
Type B equipment
Electrical shock:
protection
against
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Electrical shock:
According to the degree of
Ordinary equipment (enclosed
protection against harmful
equipment without protection
ingress of water.
against ingress of water)
According to the methods
Non-sterilizable: Use of Liquid
of
surface disinfectants only.
sterilization
or
disinfection
According to the mode of
continuous operation
operation:
Equipment not suitable for use in the presence of a flammable
anesthetic mixture air or with oxygen or nitrous oxide.
1.6 Accessory
Standard accessories:
1.
Two AA-Size Alkaline batteries
2.
Operator’s manual
3.
One finger sensor
4.
One bind
Specification for SpO2 Sensor
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2 General Descriptions
The handheld pulse oximeter adapts 8-segment digital LED for
displaying data. It can display the SpO2 and pulse rate value
pulse bar as well as battery status etc.
2.1 Front panel
Please refer to Fig 1. The display in fig.1 is normal screen.
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Fig1 Front panel
Instruction of figure 1:
1, SpO2:
2, PR:
3,
SpO2 value
Pulse rate
:Low power indicator. When the power is lower than 2.4V,
the lamp indicated by it will be lighted. And the oximeter will
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power off automatically when the power is lower than 2.3V.
4,
Alarm Indicator: When technical alarm or physiological
alarm occurs, the lamp indicated by it will turn red.
5, Power button
6.
Pulse bar:The pulse bar is in proportion to the Pulse
volume.
Note: This manual describes all features and options. Your
equipment may not have all of them.
2.2 Rear panel
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Fig.2 Rear panel
Rear panel introduction:

1: Batteries

2: Fixing hole

3: Fixing screw

4: Battery Wharf cover
Batteries Installation :
1) Open the battery cover: Rotate the fixing screw slightly in the
rear panel to the up position which is marked with “
” and then
open the cover.
2) Install 2 batteries lightly as indicated by the polarity sign.
Note: Be sure to insert the batteries in the correct polarity, as
indicated by polarity markings (+ and -) inside the battery wharf.
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3) Close battery cover: Close the battery cover and rotate the
screw to the
position. And the batteries are locked.
Make sure that the polarity of the batteries is
correct.
Otherwise the unit cannot operate normally.
Battery life and replacement
When the low-power indication lamp is lighted, please replace
the batteries with new ones timely.
 Always turn the unit off before replacing the batteries.
 Dispose of the used batteries according to the applicable local
regulations.
Warnings!
If battery fluid should get into your eyes, immediately rinse with
plenty of clean water. Consult a doctor immediately.
Cautions!
 Do not use batteries not specified for this unit. Do not insert
the batteries with the polarities in the wrong direction.
 Do not dispose of batteries in fire.
 If battery fluid should get on your skin or clothing, immediately
rinse with plenty of clean water.
 Remove the batteries from this unit when you are not going to
use it for a long period of time (approximately three months or
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more).
 Do not use batteries of a different type together.
 Do not use new and used batteries together.
2.3 Right-side panel
A band delivered together with the oximeter can be inserted into
the 8-shape hole on the right side of the oximeter,. The band
can help with continuous operation.
2.4 Product features
 Rubber grip design offers special protection
 Compact, light-weight design for simple, one-hand operation
 High brightness LED displays SpO2, pulse rate and pulse bar.
 Visual & audio alarm, low battery alarm
 Convenient 2 AA-size alkaline batteries
2.5 Intended use
The handheld pulse oximeter is intended for continuous
monitoring, spot-checking of functional pulse oxygen saturation
(%SpO2) and pulse rate (PR) of single adult, pediatric patients in
hospitals and home care.
3. Getting started
3.1 Unpacking and Checking
Before unpacking, examine the packing case carefully for
damage. If any damage is detected, contact the carrier. If the
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packing case is intact, open the package and remove the
equipment and accessories carefully. Check all materials as per
the packing list and check for any mechanical damage.
WARNINGS

Keep the packing material out of children’s reach. Disposal
of the packaging material should observe the applicable
waste control regulations.

The equipment might be contaminated during storage and
transport. Before use, please verify whether the packages,
especially the packages of the single use accessories, are
intact. In case of any damage, do not apply it to the patient.
3.2 Environmental Requirements
The operating environment of the equipment must meet the
requirements specified in this manual.
When the equipment is moved from one place to another,
condensation may occur as a result of temperature or humidity
difference. In this case, never start the system before the
condensation disappears.
Warning: Make sure that the operating environment of the
equipment
meets
the
specific
requirements.
Otherwise
the
equipment may not meet the specifications defined in this manual
and unexpected consequences, e.g. damage to the equipment, may
result.
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3.3 Connect the sensor
1. Before use, check the pulse oximeter for mechanical damage.
2. Install the alkaline batteries and ensure that the batteries
have sufficient power.
3. Plug the SpO2 extension cable in the multifunctional
connector on top of the oximeter, as shown in figure 3. Ensure
that the sensor is firmly plugged in.
Fig.3
3.4. Starting or shutting off the oximeter
To start the pulse oximeter,
1. Press and hold the Power button for about 3 seconds. The LED
and alarm indicating lamp flashes, and then goes out. The system
gives a beep and displays the startup screen. The startup screen
displays the version no. of software.
2. The startup screen disappears and the pulse oximeter enters the
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normal screen.
To shut off the pulse oximeter,
1. Confirm that the patient measurement is finished.
2. Disconnect the SpO2 extension cable from the pulse oximeter.
3. Press and hold the Power button for 4 seconds.
WARNING
Do not use the pulse oximeter if you suspect it is not working
properly, or if it is mechanically damaged. Contact the carrier or our
service department immediately.
5 Take a measurement
SpO2 measuring is a non-invasive technique used to measure
the amount of oxygenated hemoglobin and pulse rate by
measuring the absorption of selected wavelengths of light. The
light emitted by a red and infrared light-emitting diodes passes
through the tissue and is converted into electrical signals by a
photodiode.
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Fig 6 placement of the sensor


Select the suitable sensor in terms of type and dimension.
Clip the sensor to the patient’s finger as shown above.
And ensure that the patient’s nail surface is facing upward.

Plug sensor into SpO2 port on top panel of
pulse oximeter.
Note: To maintain the highest degree of accuracy,
it is recommended that the finger and the oximeter
sensor/probe are kept as still as possible.
Description of Fig.7:
SpO2: SpO2 value(displayed value is 98% now)
Fig.7
PR:Pulse rate(displayed value is 67 bpm now)
2.5 Factors that may affect the measurement
During operation, the accuracy of oximetry readings can be
affected by the following factors:
2.5.1 Instrument performance depends on the pulsatile
character of the artery. The measurement would not be
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considered reliable and accurate if the following conditions are
present during measurement:
 Shock or cardiac arrest
 Extreme temperature of the digit
 After the administration of a cardiovascular drug
 Anemia
 Evidence of ventilation-perfusion mismatch
2.5.2 Instrument performance depends on the wavelength
absorption for oxyhemoglobin and deoxyhemoglobin. If there
are substances absorbing the same wavelength, this would
induce false or low SpO2 values. The following may affect these
values:
 carboxyhemoglobin
 methemoglobin
 methylene blue
 Indigo carmine
2.5.3 Extremely high illumination could affect the SpO2
measurement. Use a semi-translucent or opaque cover to shield
the sensor.
2.5.4 Other factors
a) High-frequency electrosurgical interference from external
devices, including defibrillators.
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b) Placement of a sensor on an extremity that currently has
installed a blood pressure cuff, arterial catheter, or
intravascular line;
c) The patient has hypotension, severe vasoconstriction,
severe anemia, or hypothermia;
d) An arterial occlusion proximal to the sensor.
WARNINGS!
 Use only SpO2 sensors provided by manufacturer. Other
SpO2 sensors may cause improper performance.
 Do not use an SpO2 sensor with exposed optical
components.
 Excessive patient movement may cause inaccurate
measurements.
 Tissue damage can be caused by incorrect operation or
misusing sensor; for example, by wrapping the sensor too
tight. Inspect the sensor site to ensure the skin’s integrity
and the adhesion position of the sensor is correct. More
frequent inspection should be taken if necessary.
 Loss of pulse signal can occur in any of the following
situations:
a) The sensor is too tight;
b) There is excessive illumination from light sources
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such as a surgical lamp, a bilirubin lamp, or sunlight;
c) A blood pressure cuff is inflated on the same extremity
as the one to which an SpO2 sensor is attached.
NOTES:

Pulse sensor should obviate the light source, e.g.
radial lamp or infrared lamp.
5 VISUAL ALARM INDICATORS:
If an alarm threshold is exceeded, the corresponding data area
will flash. If the alarm is activated by more than one
physiological alarm, each parameter will flash.
5.1 AUDIBLE ALARM INDICATORS:
Audible alarms can be heard, provided the mute features is not
engaged. The audible alarm has different tone pitch and on-off
beep patterns for each alarm priority.
High priority: SpO2 alarm
beeps every 8 seconds.
Medium priority: PR alarm
beeps every 8 seconds.
Low priority: Sensor off or finger out
beeps every 20 seconds.
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5.2 ALARM ACTIVATION
Alarm will be activated on following conditions:
Physiological alarm:
Technical alarm (error code):
a) Error Definitions
E 1: program memory is damaged.
E 3: Signal strength is too weak to be detected.
E 4: Sensor is unplugged.
E 5: No finger is inserted or sensor goes wrong.
E 6: The oximeter can not search for pulse.
E 7: It takes too long to search pulse.
E 8: Pulse alarm is malfunctioning.
E 9: The SpO2 value is lower than the low limit
E 10: The SpO2 value is higher than the high limit
E 11: The value of pulse rate is lower than the low limit
E 12: The value of pulse rate is higher than the high limit
E 13: Power supply is insufficient.
When the E9, E10, E11 or E12 occurs, the value of
parameter will flash.


Check the error code
Press the right arrow key under normal screen, it will
indicate any existing error codes. To return to normal
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screen, please press menu button again.
Warnings!
When alarm occurs:

Check which type of alarm is issued.

Check patient’s condition if parameter alarm is issued.

Make the alarm mute if necessary.

Check whether the alarm is in proper condition in case of
no warning.
8 Beep on/off
Press the menu key five times under the normal screen to enter
access to this function, associated screen will be displayed.
Press up or down key to set the pulse beep on/off.
9 Maintain and Cleaning
Use only the substances approved in this manual and methods
listed in this chapter to clean or disinfect your equipment.
Warranty does not cover damage caused by unapproved
substances or methods.
We make no claims regarding the efficacy of the listed
chemicals or methods as a means for controlling infection. For
the method to control infection, consult your hospital’s Infection
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Control Officer or Epidemiologist. Keep your equipment and
accessories free of dust and dirt. To avoid damage to the
equipment, follow these rules:

Always dilute according the manufacturer’s instructions or
use lowest possible concentration.

Do not immerse part of the equipment into liquid.

Do not pour liquid onto the equipment or accessories.

Do not allow liquid to enter the case.

Never use abrasive materials (such as steel wool or silver
polish), or erosive cleaners (such as acetone or
acetone-based cleaners).
9.1 Safety Checks
Before every use, or after your pulse oximeter has been used for
6 to 12 months, or whenever your pulse oximeter is repaired or
upgraded, a thorough inspection should be performed by
qualified service personnel. Follow these guidelines when
inspecting the equipment:

Make sure that the environment and power supply meet

the requirements.
Inspect the equipment and its accessories for mechanical
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damage.


Make sure that only specified accessories are applied.
Inspect if the alarm system functions correctly.

Make sure that the batteries meet the performance
requirements.

Make sure that the pulse oximeter is in good working
condition.
In case of any damage or abnormity, do not use the pulse
oximeter.
Cleaning
Your equipment should be cleaned on a regular basis. If the unit
is dirty, the equipment should be cleaned more frequently.
Before cleaning the equipment, consult your hospital’s
regulations for cleaning the equipment.
Recommended cleaning agents are:

Mild soap (diluted)

Ammonia (diluted)

Sodium hypochlorite bleach (diluted)

Hydrogen peroxide (3%)

Ethanol (70%)

Isopropanol (70%)
To clean your equipment, follow these rules:
1. Shut down the pulse oximeter and take the batteries out of the
battery wharf.
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2. Clean the display screen using a soft, clean cloth dampened
with a glass cleaner.
3. Clean the exterior surface of the equipment using a soft cloth
dampened with the cleaner.
4. Wipe off all the cleaning solution with a dry cloth after
cleaning if necessary.
5. Dry your equipment in a ventilated place.
Disinfecting
Disinfection may cause damage to the equipment and is
therefore not recommended for this pulse oximeter.
CAUTION
Never use EtO or formaldehyde for disinfection.
9.2 Calibration and Verification
The performance should be checked every one year and after
maintenance and repair.
Required Test Equipment: SpO2 signal Simulator
Notice: The simulator cannot be used to assess the accuracy of a
pulse oximeter probe or a pulse oximeter.
9.2. SpO2 & Pulse Rate Measurement Value Verification
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a).Connect SpO2 Probe to the SpO2 connector on the oximeter.
b).Insert the operator’s finger into the finger sensor, the SpO2
measured value of healthy person should be from 95% to 100%,
and the pulse rate is same as heart rate,
c).If SpO2 Simulator is available, verify the accuracy of Oxygen
Saturation Value with probes as follows:
Oxygen Saturation
Tolerance
96%
±2%
86%
±2%
70%
±3%
9.2.4 SpO2 & Pulse Rate Alarm Verification
a). Connect SpO2 Probe to the SpO2 connector on the oximeter.
b). Insert the operator’s finger into the finger sensor, the SpO2
measured value of healthy person should be more than 95%.
c). Set the SpO2 high limit as 90, low limit as 80.
d). Verify the SpO2 visual and auditory alarms, the background color
of the SpO2 data should be red and beep sound should be heard.
9.3 Trouble Shooting
a) Can’t power on the oximeter
Please check the batteries voltage.
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b) "SEn oFF " alarm
Please check if the probe was connected with the
oximeter correctly or the finger is inserted fully. If the
sensor is with extension cable please check if the
extension cable is connected with the sensor
correctly.
c) "E1, E2, E8, E14" alarm
Please contact our service department.
d) “E3, E6, E7” alarm
Check the patient’ condition and other please contact our
service department.
Warranty
Drive warrants to the purchaser, for 2 years from the date of purchase, each
oximeter exclusive of the battery.
Drive will repair or replace any oximeter
found to be defective in accordance with this warranty, free of charge, for
which Drive has been notified by the purchaser by serial number that there is
a defect, provided notification occurs within the applicable warranty period.
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This warranty excludes cost of delivery to and from Drive.
Drive reserves
the right to charge a fee for a warranty repair request on any oximeter found
to be within specifications.
The Drive handheld pulse oximeter is a
precision electronic instrument and must be repaired by Drive Technical
Support.
Any sign or evidence of opening the oximeter, field service by
non-Drive personnel, tampering, or any kind of misuse of the oximeter, shall
void the warranty.
The oximeter is warranted for consumer use only.
All
non-warranty work shall be done at Drive’s standard rates and charges in
effect at the time of delivery to Drive.
APPENDIX A Specifications
Display
Data:
SpO2%, PR
Others: connection status of probe and other alarm information.
Alarm
Alarm:
SpO2% and pulse rate value, probe off, battery exhausted
Alarm mode:
audio alarm, visual alarm and error code
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Alarm limits range:
Default limits:
70%-100%
High 99%; low 90%
SpO2
Display range:
0%~100%
Measurement range: 70%~100%
Resolution:
Accuracy:
1%
±3% (70-100%)
Unspecified (0-69%)
Measurement Wavelengths and Output Power
Red
660nm @ 3mw nominal
Infrared
940nm @3mw nominal
Pulse Rate
Display range:
0~254bpm
Measurement range:
Resolution:
30~235bpm
1bpm
Accuracy: 30~99bpm:
±2bpm; 100~235bpm:
±2%
Operation Environment
Operating temperature: 5℃~40 ℃
Relative humidity:
≤ RH80%, no condensation
Atmosphere pressure:
Power supply:
Working time:
86kPa~106kPa
Two AA alkaline batteries;
work for 30 hours continuously
Abbreviations
CISPR
International Special Committee on Radio Interference
EEC
European Economic Community
EMC
Electromagnetic Compatibility
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ID
Identification
IEC
International Electrotechnical Commission
LED
Light Emitting Diode
PR
Pulse Rate
RF
Radio Frequency
SpO2
Arterial Oxygen Saturation from Pulse Oximeter
Abbreviations
A
ºC
kHz
GHz
ampere
bpm
beats per minute
g
gram
centigrade
kilohertz
Gigahertz
MHz
megahertz
h
hour
kilo
Hz
hertz
K
kg
kilogram
kPa
m
meter, minute
M
kilopascal
mega
min
minute
mm
mW
milliwatt
s
millimeters
nm
nanometer
V
volt
negative
second
Symbols
–
minus
–
%
percent
/
per; divide; or
+
plus
=
equal to
<
less than
>
greater than
≤
less than or equal to
≥
greater than or equal to
±
plus or minus
×
multiply
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APPENDIX B
Guidance and manufacturer's declaration - electromagnetic immunity
The Handheld Pulse Oximeter is intended for use in an electromagnetic environment
specified below. The customer or the user of the Pulse Oximeter should assure that
it is used in such an environment.
Immunity
IEC
Compliance
Test
60601
Level
Electromagnetic
environment
Test
level
guidance
Electrostatic
6kV
6kV
Floors
should
be
wood,
Discharge
contact
contact
concrete or ceramic tile. If floor
(ESD)
8kV air
8kV air
are converted with
IEC610004-2
Synthetic material, the relative
humidity should be at least 30%
Guidance and manufacture's declaration - Electromagnetic Immunity for
Equipment and Systems that are not Life-Supporting
d=
80MHz to 800MHz
d=
800MHz to 2.5GHz
61000-4-6
Where P is the maximum output power rating of the transmitter in
Watts (W) according to the transmitter
manufacture and d is the recommended
separation distance in meters (m).
Radiated
80Hz
Field strengths from fixed RF transmitters,
as determined by an electromagnetic site
survey, should be less than the
RF IEC
to 2.5 GHz
compliance level in each frequency range.
Interference may occur in the vicinity of
61000-4-3
equipment marked with the following symbol.
NOTE1 At 80MHz and 800MHz, the higher frequency range applies.
NOTE2 These guideline may not apply in all situations. Electromagnetic propagation is affected
3V/m
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by absorption and reflection from structures, objects and people.
Field strengths from fixed transmitters, such as base situation for radio (cellular/cordless)
telephones and land/mobile radios, amateur radio, AM and FM radio broadcast and TV broadcast
cannot be predicted theoretically with accuracy. To assess the electromagnetic environment due to
fixed RF transmitters, an electromagnetic site survey should be considered. If the measured field
strength in the location in which the Handheld Pulse Oximeter is used exceeds the applicable RF
compliance level above, the Handheld Pulse Oximeter should be observed.
Recommended separation distances between portable and mobile RF
communications equipment and the handheld Oximeter
The handheld Oximeter is intended for use in an electromagnetic environment in
which radiated RF disturbance are controlled. The customer or the user of the
handheld Pulse Oximeter can help prevent electromagnetic interference by
maintaining a minimum distance between portable and mobile RF communication
equipment ( transmitters) and the oximeter as recommended below, according to
the maximum output power of the communications equipment.
Rated
Separation distance according to frequency of transmitter (m)
maximu
m
output
power
of
transmitter
(W)
0.01
150KHz to 80 MHz
d=
3.5
V1
P
80MHz to 800
800MHz to 2.5 GHz
MHz
d=
3.5
d=
E1
0.1167
7
E1
P
P
0.1167
0.2334
0.1
0.3689
0.3689
0.7378
1
1.1667
1.1667
2.3334
10
3.6893
3.6893
7.3786
100
11.6667
11.6667
23.3334
For transmitters rated at a maximum output power not listed above, the
recommended separation distance in meters (m) can be estimated using the
equation applicable to the frequency of the transmitter, where P is the maximum
output power rating of the transmitter in watts (W) according to the transmitter
manufacturer.
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NOTE1 At 80MHz and 800MHz, the separation distance for the higher frequency
range applies.
NOTE2 These guidelines may not apply in all situations. Electromagnetic
interference is affected by absorption and reflection from structures, objects and
people.
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