PalmSAT 2500 Series handheld pulse oximeters are designed to accurately assess oxygen saturation (SpO2) and pulse rate. Compact size, ease of operation, and optional alarms in the 2500A make the PalmSAT series suitable for portable monitoring regardless of patient location. Small yet versatile, PalmSAT 2500 pulse oximeters are Certified Airworthy by the U.S. Army and U.S. Air Force.
Can run on (4) AA batteries, rechargeable batteries, or AC power with charger stand
U.S. Military Certified
PalmSAT 2500 Series pulse oximeters have U.S. Army and U.S. Air Force aeromedical certifications
Model 2500A features amber and red lights to indicate medium or high priority alarms
Easy to Use
Simple two-button operation
Compact and Light
Weighs only 7.5 oz and fits easily in the palm of your hand
Provides up to 72 hours of onboard data storage
Long Battery Life
Runtime on battery for 2500 is 80 hours; runtime on battery for 2500A is 60 hours
Protected by a 3-year warranty
Nonin SpO2 Sensors
Compatible with Nonin PureLight® SpO2 sensors
Field-Tested by South West Ambulance Service (SWAST)
"The Nonin 2500 Pulse Oximeter that the Trust currently uses has been the most reliable pulse oximeter that we have ever used. It’s really user-friendly, gives very accurate readings, and is also very robust for ambulance use.
In my many years as a medical device technician in the Trust, we have used a variety of different pulse oximeters with varying accuracies, the 2500 has been the best that we have used over a sustained period of time.
All our monitoring equipment is tested using Fluke Bio-Medical test equipment."
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