FDA approved CMS-50F features alarms (auditory and visual) when the finger is out of position, when the voltage is low, when it measures a reading beyond set limits, and even when the probe becomes detached. Several display modes and adjustable screen brightness levels allow patients and doctors to see the readings more comfortably and conveniently.
One of major innovation here for the CMS-50F is the lithium-ion rechargeable battery. With a much longer lifespan than an Alkaline battery, and taking less space, this Wristband Pulse oximeter represents the pinnacle in miniaturization for this type of technology. The CMS-50F has the ability to store data for a continuous 24 hours, including both measured pulse rate value and SpO2 value. Readings can be uploaded to you computer easily using the included SpO2 management software and data cable that is included in the package. The data can also be displayed and printed for reference and analysis by a medical professional or physician.
The device charges when connected to the computer via data cable with a USB port or connected to the power supply via power adaptor (included). The CMS-50F is connected with an external oximeter probe, either adult or infant probe, via a probe jack.
This Wireless Oxygen oximeter can record the data and transfer it to your computer, then you can analyze it.
Got a usps tracking number on 4/10/20 but it shows that it is still waiting to be picked up by the usps from facelake. I would really like to have it as it is needed. But I am thinking I may need a refund so I can order from somewhere else.
Shipping information indicated that it was sent, but it wasn't sent out and never shipped.
It is 14 days and I have not received the product yet. When I use the tracking number it does not even show it is in transit.
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!