The Nonin Xpod is a highly accurate, low power, easy-to-integrate external pulse oximetry solution for new or existing medical products. With convenient plug-and-play adaptability, the compact Xpod is an ideal pulse oximetry add-on that doesn’t require space in your monitor housing. For superior performance in challenging patient applications, Nonin PureSAT® signal processing and PureLight® sensor technologies combine for a highly responsive and accurate SpO2 monitoring system. The Xpod is now available with Mini-12 or USB connector options. With a volume commitment, Nonin can customize the Xpod to meet your connector needs.
Clinically validated for use in challenging conditions such as motion and low perfusion
Low Power Draw
At less than 35mW@3.3V, the Xpod is ideal for small portable products
Compatible with PureLight® Sensors
Nonin PureLight sensor technology provides superior performance with consistent accuracy for challenging patient applications
PPG Digital Output
For physiologic timing applications, the PPG output can be used for a variety of applications including measuring the time the pulse wave takes to travel between two arterial sites, such as from the heart to the finger
Meets Restriction of Hazardous Substance Directive (RoHS) standards to minimize the introduction of hazardous material into the patient environment
With convenient plug-and-play adaptability, the compact Xpod is an ideal pulse oximetry add-on that doesn’t require space in your monitor housing
Choose from Mini-12, USB or custom connector based on volume agreement
Your Partner of Choice
With more than 30 years of experience and dedication to the design and support of noninvasive monitoring devices, Nonin has helped many medical professionals meet clinical and economic objectives. More than 300 OEM partners around the world rely on Nonin technology to successfully integrate superior pulse oximetry and capnography into their products.
PureSAT® SpO2 Technology
Clinically proven Nonin PureSAT technology uses intelligent pulse-by-pulse filtering to provide fast, precise oximetry measurements—even in the presence of SpO2 changes, poor peripheral blood circulations, motion, and other challenging conditions.