The handheld FSP20 Spirometer checks the health condition of a patient’s lungs using peak flow spirometry. The infrared signal acquisition mode electronically measures items that are related to FVC. This product is suitable for hospital, clinic, personal, and home use.
This spirometry machine uses a turbine measurement system to detect activity related to respiratory health. While exhaling air into the mouthpiece, the turbine blades rotate and send a signal to the light receptor that recognizes the rate of blade rotation. Results display on the sharp 2.8 inch LCD in under five seconds.
The FSP20 does not require professional calibration or specialized training for diagnostic measurements. After holding the power button to turn on the device, the user will see the “Testing” screen that indicates the device is ready to be used. The patient then exhales a full breath of air into the device with a complete seal around the detachable mouthpiece. The measurement test provides a variety of parameter options to aid in determining the health condition of the user.
The lithium-ion battery in the spirometer is rechargeable via USB (optional power adapter not included). Data history is also transferable to a PC with Bluetooth or the included USB cable. Chart visualizations are available on the device to provide additional methods of viewing data results.
Results can be viewed and managed on a PC using the included software. With this software, measurement results can be shared or printed. Included with the device are a software download key and instructions for downloading the software.
The FSP20 Spirometer’s measurements can aid in the treatment of conditions such as recent cases of MI or shock, cardiac disease, epileptic seizures, uncontrolled hypertensive disease, aortic aneurysm, and hyperthyroidism.
- Forced Vital Capacity (FVC), forced expiratory volume in one second (FEV1) to forced vital capacity (FVC) ratio (FEV1/FVC), peak expiratory flow (PEF), forced expiratory flow at 25 % of FVC (FEF25), forced expiratory flow at 50 % of FVC (FEF50), forced expiratory flow at 75 % of FVC (FEF75) and forced expiratory flow from 25 %~ 75 % of FVC (FEF2575) can be measured.
- Personal information data storage (height, age, sex, etc.)
- Flow-volume chart and volume-time chart display
- Data can be stored, deleted, uploaded, and reviewed
- Trend chart display
- Health state indication
- Calibration function
- Over-limit prompt function for volume and flow
- Indicates expiration activity within 6 seconds
- Start measuring using one button
- Data can be transmitted via Bluetooth or USB cable
- Real-time clock can be set and displayed
- Battery power indicator
- Automatic shutdown
Routinely check the health condition and strength of your lungs using the FSP20 Spirometer.
Using the device is quick and simple, regardless if the device is used at home, in a clinic, or at a hospital.
|FVC||Forced vital capacity (total expiratory volume)||L|
|FEV1||Forced Expiratory Volume in one second||L|
|PEF||Peak expiratory flow||L/s|
|FEV1/FVC||Forced expiratory rate in one second, FEV1/FVCx1000||%|
|FEF25||Forced expired flow at 25% of FVC||L/s|
|FEF50||Forced expired flow at 50% of FVC||L/s|
|FEF2575||Forced expiratory flow between 25% and 75% of FVC||L/s|
|FEF75||Forced expired flow at 75% of FVC||L/s|
|Volume Range: 0~10 L|
|Flow Rate Range: 0 L/s~16 L/s|
|Volume Accuracy: ±3% or 0.05 L (whichever is greater)|
|Flow Rate Accuracy: ±5% or 0.2 L/s (whichever is greater)|
|EMC: Group 1 Class B|
|Working Mode: Continuous working|
|According to the MDD 93/42, the classification of the device: II a.|
|Type of protection against electric shock: Internally powered equipment|
|Degree of protection against electric shock: Type BF applied part|
|Degree of protection provided by enclosure: IP22|
|Battery: 3.7V, 2200mAh, rechargeable lithium ion battery|
Transport and Storage Environment:
machine works fine but instruction to down to computer are poor. in addition to manipulate software is difficult
Facelake FSP20 Spirometer
Easy to use. Extremely portable. Can not enter the patient's name in the device, so you have to down load each test to a computer before doing the next test