UT100 Handheld Pulse Oximeter with SPO2 PR RESP

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Pulse oximeter monitoring is used for more than 20 years in the emergency rescue. It is known as the "Fifth Vital Signs" in the emergency room. The Pulse oximeter monitoring is essential, as during process of cardiopulmonary resuscitation and tracheal intubation, hypoxemia and bradycardia often can not be found in time. And a Cross-Sectional Study showed that when the used of pulse oximeter monitor in the emergency department, the rate of recue is decrease from 0.34% to 0.12%, the rate of ICU transfer decrease from 0.56% to 0.29%.

Suitable for adult, pediatric and neonate patients



Main Features

  • 2.8 inch large-sized colourful screen, bright, easy to read LCD displays indicate SpO2, and pulse rate measurements, plethysmogram and trend table;

  • Small and light, ergonomically designed to fit comfortably in the palm of your hand;

  • Screen rotation provides upright display for vertical or horizontal monitoring position;

  • Perfusion index indicates arterial pulse signal strength;

  • Two measuring modes:   

    • Spot-check mode: measure data intermittently;

    • Monitor mode: measure and store data continuously;

  • Quick, reliable and accurate readings on SPO2 andPulse rate;

  • Data storage for up to 999 different patients;

  • Visual and audible alarm signals;

  • Adjustable volume (including silence) "beep" sounds with each pulse beat;

  • Patient information management. Patient's information such as ID, Sex, Type can be edited;

  • USB interface,. Data cna be transferred to PC  for storage, review and analysis;

  • Low power consumption, long operation time (more than 20 hours);

  • Turn off automatically for power saving;

  • Uses 4 standard AA alkaline or Ni-MH Batteries;

  • Low battery Alarm. Low battery icon flashes when about 15 minutes of battery use remains;

  • 4 display modes: Big Display Mode, Waveform Display Mode, Trend-table Display Mode, Horizontal Display Mode;

  • Multi-languages: English, German, Spain, Chinese and customised language.

  • AC power jack. An optional to connect to AC power supply;


Standard Package:

  • UT100 Handheld Pulse Oximeter           
  • Adult Finger Clip SpO2 Sensor                            
  • Hanging Strap                                              
  • Protectiver Cover                                         
  • AC Adapter                                                 
  • Operation Manual                                        

Optional accessary:

  • Carrying Bag
  • AA size Ni-MH Batteries
  • SPO2 Sensor for Pediatric and Neonate (including ear senaor)
  • SpO2 Extension Cable


Technical Specification

Weight 258grams (9.1 ounces) with batteries
Dimensions 13.5cm × 7.5cm × 2.8cm
Categories Patient status and system status
Notification Audible and visual
Setting Full storage, low battery and sensor off
Range Pulse rate (30-350bpm), SpO2 (0-100%)
Alarm volume level 0-85dB
Range, Accuracy and Resolution
Range Type Range Values
Measurement Ranges
SpO2  0-100%
Pulse rate 30-350bpm
Measurement Accuracy
SpO2  70-100% (±2%), <70% undefined
Pulse rate  ±2bpm/±2% take maximum
SpO2 1%
Pulse rate 1bpm
AC power requirement 100-240VA, 47-63Hz
Power comsumption 20VA
Types Alkaline/Ni-Mh Batteries, IEC: LR6
Operating time ≥20hours
Charge time ≤ 6hours
Operating tempearture 0-45℃
Storage temperature -20-60℃
Operating humidity 30-95%
Operating altitude -500-5000m 
Types Tabular
Memory Save total 120 hours data events. Save data and time, alarm conditions, pulse rate and SpO2 measurements 
Standards and Certification
IEC 62366 Medical devices-Application of usability engineering to medical devices
IEC 62304 Medical device-software life cycle processes
MDD 93/42/EEC European Medical Device Directive
ISO 13485 Medical equipment-Quality management system
EN ISO 14971 Medical devices-Risk management
EN 60601-1 Medical electrical equipment
EN 60601-2 Medical electrical equipment
EN 60601-8 Medical electrical equipment
EN 980 Symbols for use in labeling of medical devices
EN 1041 Information supplied by the manufacture of medical devices
ISO 80601-2-61 Medical electrical equipment-Particular requirements for the basic safety and  essential performance of pulse oximeter equipment for medical use
EN ISO 10993-1 Biological evaluation of medical devices
EN ISO 10993-5 Biological evaluation of medical devices
EN ISO 10993-10 Biological evaluation of medical devices
ISO 14155-1 Clinical investigation of medical devices 
SFDA State Food and Drug Administration


Main unit                2 years

Accessories             6 months