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SPO2 Pulse Oximeter Amplifier

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SPO2 Pulse Oximeter Amplifier
Part #: OXY100E

The OXY100E measures beat-by-beat, blood oxygen saturation (SpO2) level in a noninvasive fashion. The OXY100E outputs four signals simultaneously:

  A: SpO2 value (Ch 1, 2, 3, or 4)

  B: Pulse Plethysmogram* (Ch 5, 6, 7, or 8)

  C: Heart pulse rate (Ch 9, 10, 11, or 12)

  D: Module Status ( Ch 13, 14, 15, or 16)

These signals are directed to switchable blocks of different MP input channels. Up to four OXY100E modules can be used with a single MP System. The OXY100E has built-in calibration for a simplified setup procedure. Each OXY100E module requires one of the TSD124 series SpO2 transducers.

* Pulse Note: The Pulse Plethysmogram output is not the raw pulse signal—the waveform is pre-conditioned using proprietary algorithms. The Pulse waveform output of the OXY100E should only be used to calculate heart rate, using the rate detector in AcqKnowledge. For a raw Pulse signal, employ the specified PPG Transducer with PPG100D Smart Amp or PPG100C Amplifier for MP160 Systems, or the SS4LA PPG Transducer for MP36R Systems.

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The OXY100E operates in accordance to the principles outlined by the Lambert-Beer law; this an empirical relationship that relates the absorption of light to the properties of the material through which the light is traveling.

The OXY100E is a noninvasive instrument which measures blood-oxygen percentage levels. The OXY100E probe incorporates light-emitting diodes (LEDs) which face photodiodes through a translucent part of the subject’s body, usually a fingertip or an earlobe. One LED is red, with wavelength of 660 nm, and the other is infrared (approximately 910 nm). Light absorption at these wavelengths is different between oxyhemoglobin and its deoxygenated form. The oxyhemoglobin/deoxyhemoglobin ratio can be calculated via the ratio of the absorption of the red and infrared light. In particular, the OXY100E outputs (as a proportional voltage) the percentage of arterial hemoglobin in the oxyhemoglobin state.

Use with TSD124 Series SpO2 Transducers

Also available: CBLOXY-EXT 2.4 m extension cable

 


Note:  OXY100E replaced OXY100C in August 2010.

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