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Contec Full-Colour OLED USB Finger Pulse Oximeter & Heart Rate Monitor w/ 24hr Memory, Lanyard, 3pin UK USB Adapter & Full Analysis Software

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  • Full-colour OLED USB Finger Pulse Oximeter w/ 24hr Memory
  • Ideal for sleep study analysis and diagnosis of sleeping or respiratory disorders
  • Audible pulse beep - can be switched on or off for monitoring
  • Internal flash memory for over 24 hours data storage
  • Data can be downloaded to a PC

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  • Boxed-product Weight: 299 g
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  • Manufacturer reference: CMS-50E
  • ASIN: B003LY6P8I
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 12 May 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (97 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,473 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

The CMS-50E boasts a full colour high-definition OLED display with adjustable brightness and display modes, allowing the readings to be rotated and viewed from 4 different directions. The screen makes it easy to read for self-use and for carers as well, giving comprehensive answers. Features:

Audible pulse beep - can be switched on or off for monitoring
Internal flash memory for over 24 hours data storage
Data can be downloaded to a PC
PC USB cable included
PC Software included on mini-CD - ideal for home monitoring of sleep conditions such as sleep apnoea
Software enables real time transfer of data
Rechargeable - Accessories: Sell in standard a hanging rope a user manual a data line a disk (PC software) a power adapter (GTM41076-0605;CMS0105) Sell in addition Oximeter Probe(Refer to probe application instruction for details and notice renewal) RF Wireless Module"(only applied for Ver6.6R or above of CMS50E)Product comparison information:

Colour screen: Yes - OLED (Organic Light Emmiting Diode
Screen rotation: Yes - 4 options
Customisable alarms for SpO2/Pulse: Yes
Computer connection: Yes - includes cable & software
Auto power off: Yes
Auto power on: No
Battery or rechargeable: Rechargeable

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Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

79 of 79 people found the following review helpful By K. Blake on 10 Jun 2010
I spent a fair bit of time researching finger pulse oximeters. Whilst the majority featured 'live' data display, I was looking for one which I could use to measure my SP02 and heart rate during a nights sleep to diagnose possible sleep apnoea. The CMS-50E was the cheapest model I could find on the market with 24hr memory storage and USB facility so that you could wake in the morning and download the results to your PC. The device arrived well packaged in a small blue box and was complete with manual, software CD, lanyard and USB lead. Overall I was very pleased with this item. I have summarised below :

Pros :
Compact and easy to use
Display is very colourful, sharp and has the ability to be rotated.
Excellent Analysis software. Gives you the opportunity to record over a 24hrs period and give you some hard data which you can keep or take to your GP / consultant if needed.
High and Low alarm function, allowing you to preset Oxygen saturation and pulse limits for audible and visual alarms to trigger.
Memory storage or 'Real time' data transfer to PC software.
Excellent long life Li-Poly battery (USB charged)

Cons :
Manual - Although fairly detailed, it has obviously been translated from Chinese to English (Rather poorly). Not really a gripe as by using a little common sense its easily deciphered!
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By markymark on 18 Aug 2011
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Not sure whether to go for this model as being a doctor there is a much more common brand (Nonin),albeit very boring in design and features.

Very impressed with this unit. Firstly, no need for batteries as it has a USB port/charger,so can keep it plugged in to my USB port on the computer at work.Even then the charge lasts ages.
Beautiful colour screen which is easy to read and seems very accurate when compared with my Nonin unit.

No complaints.Have not used the CD that came with it that enables you to download the info obtained on the unit onto your computer,as not needed.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Dr Chris on 26 July 2013
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I am an older heavy guy who is looking for a safe level of exercise. I am useless at measuring my pulse myself so I have used this device to make sure I reach about 130 pulses per minute during exercise without my blood oxygen getting too low.

The good points - dead easy to use, very clear display which can be rotated for ease of reading. Gives readings quickly on startup. Gives a visual graph of the pulse pressure wave - which is informative about how elastic your arteries are and power of heartbeat (or so I've read). MAJOR GOOD POINT - it logs the data over time and downloads it to its analysis software on PC. This makes it worth the extra cost over more basic units.

The less good points - pulse measurement is easily fooled by quite small movements of the unit on the finger so it's not feasible to monitor exercise continuously if you are moving your hands about. The manufacturers advise against tapes etc. to restrain unit. Oxygen measurements are much less affected by finger movement. Manual is poorly written (as usual).

Using this unit I have discovered that my heart and lungs are good at getting oxygen into my blood during moderate exercise when I am puffing away - something I doubted previously. My friend used the unit to confirm he has sleep apnea using the logging function overnight - he experienced many drops in blood oxygen coinciding with increased pulse.

VERDICT - works great and well worth the extra cost over basic units for the logging and software abilities.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By W A Money on 30 Mar 2011
I purchased this unit as more than one member of the family is elderly and prone to chest infections and or heart issues. The unit is neat, well made and works well.

I had occasion to observe an ambulance crew attending to a 999 call this month (March 2011) and I saw the paramedic in attendance use an identical item in looks and size and display as compared to this unit so if it was the same you couldn't get a better endorsement!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Graham Gall on 14 Sep 2013
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I bought this for my son who has recently been diagnosed with sleep apnoea. The main reason I got this monitor was for the 24hr recording function which seems to work well. I tried it myself and had no problem using it overnight, downloaded the data to my pc the next day. This can be done using the bluetooth option or the USB cable. The cd software supplied allows the data to be presented in different formats and unlike an earlier reviewer I had no trouble using it on my Windows 7 pc. I admit I was a little concerned about this before I bought it but needn't have worried, it works fine. The monitor can be charged using the USB cable or the mains adaptor. The instructions can be a little confusing, it took me a while to get the bluetooth (or wireless as they call it) to work as it only stays on if the monitor is actually being used otherwise it automatically shuts off after a few seconds. The screen menu is user friendly and allows the screen brightness, alarm limits and some other functions to be changed if required. So far I can't really fault this monitor and would recommend it, especially as Amazon have just lowered the price to around £60, good value.
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41 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 13 Dec 2010
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*When I first purchased this it was very expensive at £199.99,this was why I thought it was important it did what it was supposed to.
As these are now £69.99 ,perhaps people will not expect pc/tablet monitoring to be perfect,and just use the units display - note after a year or so of use accuracy for the measurement of O2 sats can drop by - 5% and the oled display becomes dimmer by some 15-20% (still readable)
The following review was written before I re-ordered another that wasn't faulty.*

In my Case this Pulse Oximeter is Excellent providing it's used on the patient and results are read off its own screen - it's almost as accurate as far more expensive medical equipment we have at work.
Problems arise on my unit on USB connection to an I7 PC (far beyond minimum specs for live data monitoring)
On my unit despite it illuminating a blue led to show it's charging via USB the supplied monitoring software can be very temperamental, and not even detect it more often than not
I strongly suspect dry soldering joints on my models internal mini Usb terminal from the supply date in the device to be the cause, as the unit is still displaying Sats and pulse on its own screen when it cannot be detected on a PC, then sometimes it will suddenly connect - which to my mind suggests a problem between it and the software or it's data cable
It seems many emails to clinical guard so far has had them suggest i treat live monitoring as you would an Usb connected camera (which are obviously not alive and breathing)
This unit connects to Human beings and they will move their finger slightly even if asked to remain still politely, that is normal in any clinical situation. And it's this slight (1cm-2cm) movement that can disconnect mine from live Pc monitoring.
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