The FL20 Handheld ECG Monitor is specially designed for personal use to track heart activity at home, at work, or on a trip in case of a cardiac situation that needs immediate ECG recording and evaluation. ECG examination results display on the backlit LCD within 30 seconds. This portable EKG machine is cable-free and powered by standard removable batteries.
The FL20 records heartbeats & up to a 30 second single-channel EKG. Test history is transferable via USB, allowing you to share the report with your doctor for further review. The FL20’s built-in memory stores recording history for up to 200 measurements.
The FL20 Handheld ECG Monitor was designed for home healthcare use. It is suitable for all individuals, especially those who may suffer from cardiovascular diseases such as hypertension, diabetes, coronary heart disease, etc. as well as those who have symptoms of heart-throb, stuffy chest, suffer from adiposity, or individuals past middle-age. Regular and frequent measurements of heart health conditions will help individuals and their doctors recognize risk factors in their early stages and act accordingly. The stored heart data records can be used as a reference for clinical ECG examination. Know your heart; know your health.
- Small, portable, and easy to operate
- Completely cable and electrode free
- Fast measurement in just 30 seconds
- 200 records of ECG Strips, each record with 30-second ECG waveform and analysis result
- Measurement of one channel ECG anytime, anywhere you like
- Display of ECG waveform, heart rate, analysis results, and battery status on the backlit LCD
- Measurement results transmission to PC via USB mode
- Auto power-off while no key is pressed in 60 seconds
- Auto-evaluation based on detected heart data
- Dual measuring modes
- 2x batteries can take at least 500 measurements
- Free Data Review
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1. A hanging cord
2. 2 batteries
3. A pouch
4. A User Manual
5. USB Data cable & Software (optional)
6. ECG cable (optional)
|ECG Bandwidth: 0.05Hz - 120Hz (-3dB)|
|ECG AD Resolution: 10 bit|
|ECG sampling Rate: 250Hz|
|ECG Heart Rate Measurement Range: 15bpm - 300bpm|
|ECG Accuracy of Heart Rate Measurement: 15bpm - 100bpm (1) 100bpm - 300bpm (2)|
|Weight: 140g (including batteries|
|Dimensions: 130mm(L) x 65mm(W) x 20mm(H)|
|Operating Temperature: 0°C - 50°C|
|Storage Temperature: -20°C - 60°C|
|Operating Humidity: ≤90%RH|
|Atmospheric Pressure: 86kPa - 106kPa|
|Battery Type: 2x AAA Alkaline batteries|
|Supply Voltage: 2.0V DC - 3.2V DC|
|Max Working Current: 50mA|
|Safety Classification: IEC 60601-1|
|Type of Protection: Internally powered equipment|
|Degree of Protection: CF|
|Display: FSTN LCD 240x160|
|Data and ECG strips storage|
|HR Storage: 10 days heart rate data storage|
|ECG Strips: 24 hours Measurement results storage|
If the device had better instructions, I would have given it a perfect score. I had to figure out how some of the functions worked on my own because the included instructions were not very clear. I'm still trying to learn some of the functions at this time. Do you think you can get with the manufacturer and get a more clear set of instructions? If so, that would make using this a snap & make it a much better value. With better instructions, this may become one of the best portable ECG devices on the market.
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I've had the FL-20 for a couple of weeks now and have taken several readings. I haven't tried the continuous reading yet, probably because I'm not clear about how it works. I do like the item and can tell the charts pretty well reflect what's going on at the time. I have a lot to learn about the charts. I am in need of a heart valve replacement, and that was the reason I bought this item. Haven't shared any reading with my Doctor yet, but will before the end of the week as we have a video visit on Friday. I don't know if she will applaud the results I send her, or poo-poo them. Whatever happens there, I'm still happy I have it. And yet the software is confusing. I think there is a manual on the CD they send you with it, but I found one on the internet first - not sure which one helped the most. They are different versions.
Gives much of peace of mind to know i can check my heart rhythm at any time. Thank you.