JPD-100B/FL-100B Fetal Doppler

$45.95 45.95

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The JPD-100B / FL-100B Fetal Doppler detects and amplifies the sound of the fetal heartbeat in the body of a pregnant woman. This baby doppler is easy to operate and features a lightweight, compact design for portable or at-home use. It has stable performance with a variety of probe options to provide an accurate activity reading. The JPD-100B uses two AA batteries and includes a safety mode for indicating low power.

The built-in backlit display allows users to view monitor details in dark or low light conditions. Standard removable batteries power the monitor without requiring an external cable. The included Aquasonic ultrasound gel aids in providing acoustically accurate transmission with the fetal heart monitor.

Hear your baby's heartbeat from as early as 12 weeks of pregnancy. The JPD-100B is one of our best selling dopplers. Give yourself the peace of mind that your baby is safe and well at all times throughout your pregnancy.

1 year warranty & 30 day 100% money back guarantee if you're not fully satisfied.


 FDA approval

**No recording feature. Please see other fetal dopplers for recording capabilities.**


  1. FDA Approved: FDA 510K number: K110124
  2. The ultrasound dosage is under 50% of the national ultrasonic power standard
  3. Lightweight handset, portable
  4. Large LCD with blue backlight
  5. Built-in loudspeaker, clear and loud audio
  6. Supports 3.0 MHz/2.5Mhz probe, accurate FHR detection with clear sound
  7. Monitor 12 weeks above unborn baby blood wall pulsate

Device Purposes

  1. Detect the fetal heartbeat after 12 weeks of pregnancy
  2. Detect the umbilical blood flow sound
  3. Detect the carotid blood flow
  4. Fetal blood vascular location of the pregnant women
  5. Auxiliary confirmation of the placenta position
  6. Auxiliary identification of the hydatidiform mole

Package Includes

  1. JPD-100B Fetal Doppler Unit
  2. 3MHz / 2.5Mhz Probe
  3. Instruction Manual
  4. 2 AA batteries
  5. FREE Packet of Aquasonic Gel

Extended Specifications

Ultrasound Probe: Solid and durable, anti-shock, and anti-falling down
Ultrasound Frequency: 2.5MHz+3%
Ultrasound Intensity: <2.5mW/cm2
FHR Scope: 50bpm - 210bpm
Power Adapter: AC 120V 60Hz
Unit Size: 129 mm x 82 mm x 32 mm
Unit Weight: 1.17 lbs or 0.53 kg
Storage & Operating Temperature: 5°C - 40°C
Storage & Operating Humidity: 0% - 85 %

Customer Reviews

Based on 21 reviews
Stephanie Marinaro
Faulty in under 2 weeks and static sounds before 1 month of use

This machine has been a hassle. It was like pulling teeth with customer service to get them to take any action letting them know the error symbol kept coming up. They tried to blow me off and say it was normal wear and tear, this was before two weeks from purchase. Then after I suggested they sent 2 batteries and now, before even owning 1month, the static is so loud when I use it I can barely hear anything. I would not recommend and honesty, I dread reaching out to customer service because of the poor experience a couple weeks ago.

Renee Jeszka
Second time buying. I love it.

This is my second doppler after I lost the power cord to the first one from three years ago. (opppps). I love it and so happy with the upgrade to replaceable batteries!

Kate G
Excellent Tool for Anxious Parent

I purchased this Doppler to check on my baby between doctors appointments. It is easy to use, loud and clear, and puts me at ease to hear that little heartbeat.

Have had this for 3 years now...

1st pregnancy I got this for my son and could hear him at about 13-14 weeks posterior placenta. A couple years fast forward, I'm oregnant again with an anterior placenta and although it is a few years old and I have an anterior placenta I first heard baby at 16 weeks! I check on him daily. And I love it. Definitely, highly recommend.

Baby doppler

I might have just gotten an older model or a defective device, but when I went to use the doppler, it didn’t work. I went to replace the batteries and realized that it needed a charger. I wasn’t provided a charger so I still haven’t gotten to use the doppler.