The CMS-50F Wristband Pulse Oximeter reads SpO2 and pulse rate with a swift measurement reading from the finger. The padded external probe was made to comfortably accommodate a wide variety of finger sizes. The device is suitable for infants, children, and adults.
The high-contrast OLED screen enables use of the device in dark or low-light conditions. Body activity information updates in real-time on the CMS-50F’s screen. A variety of data visualizations are used to help the user understand the oximeter’s measurement readings. A standard value, animated bar graph, and animated waveform are clearly displayed on the sharp backlit display.
The FDA approved CMS-50F uses an audio/visual alarm system to alert to improper body placement, high/low activity readings, and accidental detachment of the external probe. The range for limit alerts is adjustable based on the user’s preference. An included clock function and pulse rate tone aid in tracking.
The innovative design of the CMS-50F includes a rechargeable lithium-ion battery that enables up to 20 hours of working usage time. Traditional batteries found in other pulse oximeters are expensive to replace and are limited by a short battery life. The battery’s current charge level is displayed with an icon on the pulse oximeter’s screen.
The CMS-50F uses an external oximeter probe for taking readings. The wired probe is plugged into the device’s probe input port and securely fits on the user’s finger. The probe is sweat-proof and can be used before or after sport/exercise activity.
Measurement data history can be transferred to a computer for detailed reference, or analysis by a health professional. The included software and data transfer cable enables a quick transfer of the health information that has been recorded with the CMS-50F. The CMS-50F is a great everyday solution for monitoring your body’s health and activity.
- CMS-50F Unit
- External Oximeter Probe
- USB-C Connector Cord
- Instruction manual
CMS-50F Product Video
- Measurement of SpO₂
- 1. Measuring range: 0%~100%
- When the SpO₂ measuring range is 70%~100%, the permission of absolute error is ±2%;
Below 70% unspecified
- Measurement of pulse rate
- Measuring range: 30bpm~250bpm
- Accuracy: ±2 bpm or ±2% (select larger)
- SpO₂ : 1%, Pulse rate: 1bpm.
- Measurement Performance in Weak Filling Condition
- SpO₂ and pulse rate can be shown correctly when pulse-filling ratio is 0.4%. SpO₂ error is ±4%, pulse rate error is ±2 bpm or ±2% (select larger).
- Resistance to surrounding light
- The deviation between the value measured in the condition of man-made light or indoor natural light and that of darkroom is less than ±1%
- Power supply requirement: 3.6 V DC ~ 4.2V DC.
- Optical Sensor
- Red light (wavelength is 660mnm, 6.65mW)
- Infrared (wavelength is 905nm, 6.75mW)
- Adjustable alarm range
- SpO₂ : 0%~100%
- Pulse Rate: 0bpm~254bpm
- Battery Requirement
- Voltage 3.7 rechargeable lithium battery x 1
- Battery working life
- Charge and discharge no less than 500 times.
- Power Adapter
- Input Voltage: 100 to 240V AC, 50/60 Hz
- Output voltage: DC 5V
- Output current: 1000mA
- Oximeter Probe
- Wavelength: 660nm~905nm
- Dimensions and Weight
- Dimensions: 61(L) x 56(W) x 24 (H) mm
- Weight: About 50g (with the lithium battery* 1)
It was a very nice unit, but it didn’t do what I thought it would do
I didn’t know you had to put you finger in a special piece of equipment and plug it in the watch
I thought it constantly monitored the oxygen level when on the wrist
This was for my daughter who has sleep apnea. She is unable to use a Cpap or bipap due to the painful pressure on her sinuses. She made accommodations in her sleeping and told her doc she is much better, but he doesn't listen. Now she has data to show her oxygen sats only drop below 90 once during the night for a brief time. Now she can set the alarm to wake her so it doesn't stay there. What a blessing!