The FSP10 Handheld Spirometer measures FVC, FEV1, PEF, and additional volume or flow rate parameters for lung function examination. A color TFT screen located on the side of the device displays the device’s measurement results, charts, and interface options. The FSP10 features a compact design that includes a user-friendly button layout, allowing quick access to the spirometer’s functions and configurations. Standard removable batteries power the device and digitally integrate with the system to indicate low battery using the on-screen battery status icon.
Bluetooth connectivity provides universal data transfer to external devices through an APP, "BrisU" for Android, "Dr lung" for Apple devices, With the APP, users can export results for detailed reference and sharing results. Storage on the device holds data history for saving tests and repeated measurement.
- Compact size and ergonomic shape
- TFT Display
- Suitable for use in hospital, clinical, and
- Functions for FVC, FEV1, FEV1%, PEF, FEF25,
FEF50, FEF75, FEF2575
- Auto shut-down after two minutes
without detecting user input
- Information prompts when volume or
flow rate go beyond the limits
- Uses two AAA batteries for power supply
- Trend chart display
- Data memory, delete, upload, and review
- Cleaning and disinfection with alcohol
|Volume Range: 0 ~ 10L|
|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)|
|Maximum Impedance of Flow at the Rate of 14 L/s: ±3%|
|EMC: Group I Class B.|
|According to the MDD 93/42, the classification of this medical device: II a.|
|Type of protection against electric shock: Internally powered equipment|
|Enclosure Protection Classification: IP22|
did not work
Just received and put it through the paces.
No luck with Bluetooth. Nothing in the instructions. Did not recognize the code label on the box.
Documentation, why don't YOU read the documentation and at least correct the spelling and grammatical errors. I know this product is made in China. I have my fingers crossed when it comes to long term reliability due to many disappointing experiences over many years. When the documentation is shoddy I an only hope the instrument itself is better.
Also, since your selling into a consumer market you might help them understand the tests. It would not take that long to compile explanations and interpret results. I've already done this for myself but it would be very useful. Maybe include in your app, if there is one?
More stars may be coming but for now, it seems to work OK, successive measurements seem consistent. One exception is FEF50 and 75 will have values but Predict% will be zero.
Is there someone there I can contact if there are further questions?
Thank you. Quite pleased so far.
It matched my clinics exactly. It is actually easy to use ( even though it says calibrate, it already is calibrated, so ignore), and once u have put in ur information, and it reads testing … time to blow!