The CMS50E Fingertip Pulse Oximeter is an FDA-approved device for spot-checking blood oxygen saturation levels and pulse rate. The CMS50E’s padded finger chamber comfortably fits any finger size and delivers a swift reading. This portable device uses a rechargeable battery that provides up to 20 hours of power when fully charged. A single button located on the front of the oximeter controls all operations. This pulse oximeter was made for ease of use by physicians, nurses, patients, athletes, and pilots.
The CMS50E pulse oximeter uses a small but powerful measurement system. The device accurately measures oxygen saturation (Sp02) and pulse rate directly from any finger. This blood oxygen sensor detects low oxygen levels in the blood, even when the wearer is not actively interacting with the device. The oximeter does not require any external wires or probes when taking measurements.
This oximeter’s compact and lightweight design makes it ideal for travel or storage in a small space. Detailed SpO2 and pulse rate measurement information displays on the bright, multicolored screen with sharp text and images. Measurements update on the device’s screen as a numeric value, bar graph, and waveform animation. These data visualizations present a model of the wearer’s blood oxygen levels and pulse rate for helping the user understand the results. Screen brightness is adjustable to allow for use in a wide variety of lighting conditions.
Auditory and visual alarms in the device alert the user when oxygen levels in the blood go outside the user’s upper/lower range. Additional alarm types include low voltage level alerts or improper device placement. The optional pulse sound setting indicates the wearer’s current pulse rate.
Unlike most finger oxygen sensors, the CMS50E features a rechargeable lithium-ion battery. The built-in battery is rechargeable via USB or by plugging the device into the included power adapter. A battery icon indicator provides a charge status level for the device’s rechargeable battery.
The CMS50E can store up to 24 hours worth of information data history. This oxygen monitor integrates with the included software to transfer data to a computer. With this software, users can export their data to save or share results with a medical professional or physician. The CMS50E includes a data transfer cable for connecting the pulse oximeter to your computer.
Two Different Models
- - CMS50EW: With Bluetooth
- - CMS50E: No Bluetooth
a cable-free sensor
visually display measurement data
CMS-50E Product Videos
|Warranty: 1 Year|
|SpO2 Range: 0% - 99%|
|SpO2 Accuracy: 70% - 99%, ±2%, 0 - 69%, unspecified|
|SpO2 Resolution: 1%|
|SpO2 Measurement Range: 0% - 100%|
|Pulse Rate Accuracy: ±2bpm or ±2%|
|Pulse Rate Resolution: 1bpm|
|Pulse Rate Measuring Range: 30bpm - 250bpm|
|Power Supply Requirement: 3.6V DC - 4.2V DC|
|Battery Type: Interior lithium battery, B F|
|20 hour working life expected per charge|
|Charge and discharge no less than 500 times|
|Operating Temperature: 0°C - 50°C|
|Storage Temperature: -40°C - 60°C|
|Operating Humidity: 15% - 95%|
|Storage Humidity: 5% - 95%|
|Operating Pressure: 700hPa - 1060hPa|
|Storage Pressure: 500hPa - 1060hPa|
|Dimensions: 57 x 32 x 30 mm|
|Weight: 1.8oz (50g with lithium battery)|
|Display Type: 1.36" 65k color OLED display|
|Display Resolution: 128x96|
|Parameter: SpO2 (2-digit), PR (3-digit)|
|Bar Graph (6-segment), pleth waveform|
|Alarm Types: Measurement out of set limits, Low voltage, Finger out of position|
Machine works OK, but trying to understand how to get the data off of it, and onto my computer is very confusing. Downloaded the software but it will still not read the unit . This is why I bought the unit to check readings overnight.
This meter needs to be charged all of the time as it does not need batteries. It took some time before I figured this out. I try to go off my big oxygen generator at least one hour per day. Sometimes I manage 4 hours. I really perfer the other meter I had before I ordered this one.
I am weaning myself off of oxygen. I needed the alarm to let me know when my levels dropped to 87. It works as needed.
The pulse oximeter works fine, but the software is problematic. Under the lid of the box is a link to download the software. Try to get it, just try!!
The CMS-50E Pulse Oximeter is amazing in function and ease of use. The alarm helps keep my numbers in check. By far the best on the market.