Digital Heartbeat Rate Monitor with Infra-Red Finger / Ear
Lobe Clip Sensor
Application / Finger Clip application
Infra-Red Optical Finger /Ear Lobe Clip sensor.
pulse rate and rhythm.
Alphanumeric LCD Display .
monitoring by sound beeps and LED indication.
- Shows Pulse
Rate per minute after every 5 pulse count.
- 10 or 15 pulse count average also
Optical Finger /Ear Lobe Clip sensor.
- Bar Graph
to display signal sensitivity.
- 15 Memories
Lightweight, Easy to handle, Simple operation.
- Works on
power and battery both.
for hospitals, small clinics, medical research centers,
exercise / workout Gyms and sports activity centres.
Technology - Very Economically priced .
only GST & shipping extra
including shipping through EMS speed post or couriers :
USD 100 only
available models with computer interface and extra large
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Infra- Red finger /Earlobe clip probe separately.
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details of Infra- Red finger /Earlobe clip sensor probe
digit desk / wall mounting display
with 1 inch high digits (available with model : PM-112W only
display sizes in 2" or 4" LED characters also made for
Introduction : COSY
Heartbeat Monitor/ Digital Pulse Meter is the economically
priced instrument with latest technology. Using an advanced
micro controller based circuit & probe design it provides an
easy way to measure and monitor heartbeat rate. The
instrument uses Infrared sensors which can easily be clipped
to finger ends or ear lobes to detect the heartbeat by
finger plythysmography technology. A bar graph is provided
to adjust the position of sensors at the best signal
location. The unit is lightweight, easy to handle, extremely
The detachable Infra-Red probe is designed to get the best
results in all type of pulse rate measurement applications.
The pulse is also shown by LED indication and Piezo beep
Home Use : The
simple design and easy operation allows individuals to
monitor the heartbeat during exercise and workouts. The
device provides great safety to individuals with known heart
The readings of pulse meters are accurate enough when they
count from your finger or ear lobe at normal body temp.
A normal, healthy, human heart beats about 72 times per
minute. A lower heart rate can result from being a
consistent exerciser, from some medications for heart or
blood pressure problems, or simply because of your genetic
Your heart rate at resting position can be measured by
recording your pulse before arising in the morning on two or
three different days and averaging the figures. If your rate
is less than 50, or more than 90, please consult your
Your maximum heart rate is related with your age. Take 220
and subtract your age. This is rate as fast as your heart
can safely be allowed to beat . Target heart rate should be
50 to 80 percent of your maximum heart rate. Target heart
rate is required to estimate the useful intensity of
exercise , by measuring heartbeats per minute. To begin a
healthy activity program, aim for 50 to 60 percent of
maximum heart rate. For a moderate exerciser, try 60 to 70
percent. If you are in great fitness condition then you may
go for 70 to 80 percent of your max heart rate. Your pulse
rate should come back to normal within 10 minutes after
stopping the exercises or activity, if it does not - it
means you are over exercising .
Courtesy : various
related internet sources.
above information is for general reference only , Always
consult your doctor before reaching any final conclusions.
Connect the AC Adapter and Sensor to the device & Switch ON
the Red power switch.
2. Clip the sensor to the finger tip ( on the center of nail
of fore finger ) or on ear lobe as shown, as per requirement
Keep your hand and body stationary and breath normally.
3. Push the Bar Graph Button and adjust the position of
sensor on finger clip or ear lobe to get the maximum
consistent signal. Normally a minimum of 6 to7 bars flashing
with heartbeat rhythm should be visible to get the proper
( Proper readings may not be obtained if body temperature is
below 35íC or fingers are very cold because this is due to
an insufficient blood flow to finger ends). Also it may not
be always possible to get the required sensitivity at
earlobes due to various factor like dark skin color ,
insufficient flow of blood, presence of hair etc.
4. Push the BPM button to start getting pulse beeps with LED
indication and showing pulse count in display . After every
5 pulses the meter shows the average pulse per minute count.
The average reading after every 5 pulses is stored in
up to 15 times. The actual useful reading will be after
about 10 pulses (2nd or 3rd reading).
For detailed observation the readings of about 1 minute in
the Memory may be used. Pressing the memory button will
automatically show all the readings from start in the memory
one by one.
5. To take fresh set of readings press reset and start again
6. It is
also possible to get the more accurate average reading after
every 10 or 15 pulses by keeping pressed the BPM or BAR
GRAPH buttons before switching ON the machine and then
releasing the same.
* PRINCIPAL OF
DETECTION : FINGER
* PROCESSOR : 8
BIT MICRO CONTROLLER
* POWER SOURCE
: 9 VOLTS
ADAPTER (INCLUDED) or 9 Volt Chargeable battery Type GF22(
RANGE : 10-300
PULSE PER MINUTE.
* ACCURACY : 3%
* SIZE &
WEIGHT : 14 x
7 x 3.5 cm & 250 gms. (Approx.)
Infra-Red Finger /Ear lobe clip sensor .
2. 9 Volt Adapter
3. Operating Instructions sheet.
Digital Pulse Rate Monitor , Model PM12 : Rs.3,300/- , (US$ 100 including shipping for
-----do-----with 3 digit external wall display ( 1
inches LED characters), Model PM12W : Rs.5225/- each (
US$ 190 for international customers)
shipping extra. Export
prices including international shipping through EMS are
indicated in US$
Note: For customers within India, GST @ 28% will be charged extra. Shipping charges are included.
Manufactured By :
1 , Indraprastha
, Sewla, Majra, Dehradun
(INDIA) Tele : +91-9358106627, +91-7017554320
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