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Finger Pulse Oximeter

Model: C101H1
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IMDK's C101H1 OLED Finger Pulse Oximeter is a non-invasive device to check your oxygen saturation and pulse rate. It is lightweight with only 3.5 oz with 2 AAA alkaline batteries. Its smart auto power-off program shuts off the system after 8 seconds when no signals are detected. The lanyard that comes with the product makes it easy to carry everywhere conveniently. You can take it with you for camping trips, ski trips, or hiking trips. The C101H1 finger pulse oximeter fits in every finger size and operates with only one button. It's the perfect choice for everyone.


  • Easy to read
  • SpO2 and Pulse Rate display, Pulse Rate waveform, and bar graph display
  • Low power consumption: 30 hours continuous use with 2 AAA alkaline batteries
  • Dual-color OLED Display
  • Screen brightness adjustable
  • Multi-direction display: Rotatable 4 directions, 6 modes display make it ease for you or your caretaker
  • Low voltage indicator
  • Automatically power off in 8 seconds when no signal is detected 
  • FDA Approved

Measurement range

70% - 90%
Accuracy: ±2% on the stage of 70% - 99%, Unspecified (≤70%)
Resolution: ±1%

Pulse Rate:
30BPM -240 BPM
Accuracy: ±1BPM or ±1%

Note: Lanyard is INCLUDED. Batteries are NOT INCLUDED

  • IMDK C101H1 Finger Tip Pulse Oximeter FeaturesDownload
  • IMDK C101H1 Finger Pulse Oximeter User ManualDownload
Model C101H1
HCPCS Code E0445
Machine Size Only 2.36*1.38*1.38 (inches), 60*35*35 (mm)
Power Consumption less than 30mA
Color Gray
Power 2 1.5V AAA alkaline Batteries

1 IMDK C101H1 Pulse Oximeter 
1 Lanyard
1 User Manual
Note: Batteries are Not included

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I have your pulse oximeter but as the numbers change how do I interpret the reading.
the model # is not very clear but it seems to be C101B1 or 10181.
Here is the instructions on how to read your oximeter. If you still are having trouble please call in and we will be happy to assist you further.
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