SKU: S0223


ILS Fingertip Pulse Oximeter

$155.99 $79.99

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The Fingertip Pulse Oximeter is used to spot check oxygen saturation in the blood, a patient’s pulse rate and to provide a user with instant warnings if they arise. With an easy-to-read LED display and non-evasive measuring, the pulse oximeter reads both oxygen concentration and heart rate anytime, anywhere.


Calibrated to display functional oxygen saturation in % Sp02. The Pulse Oximeter can detect SpO2 and pulse rate through the finger. The product is suitable use in the family home, hospital, oxygen bar, community healthcare setting, physical care in sports (It can be used before or after sporting activities, bus it is not recommended to use the device during sporting activities) and more.

Providing precise measurement of the blood saturation levels through a simple attachment to the finger tip, the ambient flaps design eliminates ambient light effecting the accuracy of the readings.

  • Accurate oxygen level and pulse rate
  • Simple operation, small & lightweight
  • Simple design and highly portable
  • Low power consumption
  • Display SpO2, SpO2 waveform, pulse rate
  • 2 display modes
  • Low battery indication
  • Accommodates widest range of finger sizes from pediatric to adult
  • Soft silicone padding
  • Resistant clip, non-invasive, no pricking
  • Requires 2 x AAA alkaline batteries (batteries included)

Additional information

Measuring Principle

Dual light source Red LED and Infrared red LED

Measurement Range

35% – 99%

Pulse Rate

30 – 250 pulse/min

Power Supply

2 x AAA alkaline batteries

Operating Environment

+5c to +40c

Storage Environment

-20c to +70c


6.35 x 3.4 x 3.5 cm


37 grams ex batteries

Applicable Finger Circumference

20 mm to 75 mm



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Product Enquiry

Oximeter SO2 reading starts with the bar going up and down when measurement starts. However it keeps moving up and down and does not stabilise. How you know when the the measurement is complete?

This is normal. The reason that it is constantly reading is that no one’s pulse rate remains exactly the same. What you need to do is monitor over a 10 min period to ascertain your average pulse rate and oxygen saturation levels.