Accurate, Versatile Sensors for Human and Veterinary Applications

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Nonin’s PureLight® pulse oximetry sensors and EQUANOX regional oximetry sensors provide proven, consistent results--patient to patient and sensor to sensor. Using Nonin PureSAT® pulse oximeters together with Nonin PureLight® sensors is the only way to ensure you’re getting clinically proven SpO2 accuracy, consistency and reliability in the widest range of patients and settings.

(Note: Nonin Medical does not support the use of third-party sensors or other accessories for use with Nonin oximeters. Pulse oximetry accuracy is dependent on oximeters and sensors that are designed, tested and clinically validated as a complete system. Additionally, Nonin’s Sensors meet or exceed the requirements of ISO 9919*** and IEC 60601-1-2***.)


Human-Use Sensors

Pulse Oximetry Sensors


Capnography/Pulse Oximetry Sensors


Nonin's PureLight® SpO2 sensor technology, combined with Nonin’s PureSAT® signal processing technology, provides proven accuracy, reliability and consistency in the widest range of patients and clinical settings. Nonin pulse oximeter sensors are designed for numerous clinical applications, for pediatric to adult patients. Choose from a variety of reusable and single-patient-use disposable options. Compatible with Nonin tabletop, wrist-worn and hand-held pulse oximeters, the LifeSense™ capnograph/pulse oximeter, and select Nonin OEM pulse oximeters.

Regional Oximetry Sensors


Nonin EQUANOX’s patented dual-emitter/dual receiver rSO2 sensor architecture delivers greater accuracy than conventional NIRS regional oximetry technologies by providing stable, rapid and reliable signals*, and minimizing ambient light and electro-magnetic interferences for industry-leading absolute accuracy.** In addition, our adhesive and non-adhesive neonatal/pediatric sensors also feature Nonin’s Dynamic Compensation algorithm, which is the first and only algorithm to automatically account for pediatric brain tissue development variation when measuring oxygen saturation levels. Designed for cerebral or somatic applications on neonatal, pediatric and adult patients.

OEM Sensors


Nonin's PureLight® SpO2 sensor technology, combined with Nonin’s PureSAT® signal processing technology, provides proven accuracy, reliability and consistency in the widest range of patients and clinical settings. Nonin pulse oximeter sensors are designed for numerous clinical applications, for pediatric to adult patients. Choose from a variety of reusable and single-patient-use disposable options. Compatible with Nonin tabletop, wrist-worn and hand-held pulse oximeters, the LifeSense™ capnograph/pulse oximeter, and select Nonin OEM pulse oximeters.

Nonin EQUANOX’s patented dual-emitter/dual receiver rSO2 sensor architecture delivers greater accuracy than conventional NIRS regional oximetry technologies by providing stable, rapid and reliable signals, and minimizing ambient light and electro-magnetic interferences for industry-leading absolute accuracy.* In addition, our adhesive and non-adhesive neonatal/pediatric sensors also feature Nonin’s Dynamic Compensation algorithm, which is the first and only algorithm to automatically account for pediatric brain tissue development variation when measuring oxygen saturation levels. Designed for cerebral or somatic applications on neonatal, pediatric and adult patients.

Veterinary-Use Sensors


Nonin Medical's pulse oximetry veterinary sensors are ideal for short-term and continuous noninvasive monitoring. Veterinary sensors include SpO2 lingual clip, wrap and transflectance applications. With PureLight LEDs, they can be used with any of our veterinary pulse oximeter products, including Nonin’s LifeSense VET pulse oximeter/capnograph.

*Lobbestael A, Roth L, Prior M. EQUANOX Technology with dual emitter-dual detector cancels surface and shallow tissue variation when measuring cerebral oxygenation. 2009. Data on file at Nonin.

** Accuracy data based on 8004CA clinical results.

*** ISO 9919:2005, Medical electrical equipment – Particular requirements for the safety and essential performance of pulse oximeter equipment for medical use. IEC 60601-1-2, Medical Electrical Equipment - Part 1: General Requirements for Safety 2. Collateral Standard: Electromagnetic Compatibility - Requirements & Tests.