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Innovo Deluxe iP900AP Fingertip Pulse Oximeter

Innovo Deluxe iP900AP Fingertip Pulse Oximeter

(40 customer reviews)

  • ACCURATE AND RELIABLE – Consistently beat other pulse oximeter in terms of accuracy and reliability during clinical tests.
  • PLETHYMOSGRAPH AND PERFUSION INDEX – Tells you if you are taking your SpO2 and Pulse Rate properly. No more second guessing if the readings are reliable or why the pulse oximeter is not giving you a reading.
  • UPGRADED HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE – Improved with internal hardware and software upgrades that boost performance. The latest version of the iP900AP model features an auditory alarm (which can be muted for convenience) to warn you when your SpO2 and Pulse Rate are beyond set limits, auditory beeps for every detected pulse and adjustable display brightness.
  • SPORT ENTHUSIASTS – Suitable for mountain climbers, skiers, bikers, aviators or anyone interested in measuring their SpO2 and pulse rate while on the move.You should only use the pulse oximeter before or after your exercise. Also, you must remain stationary while the pulse oximeter measure your pulse and SpO2
  • READY TO USE OUT OF THE BOX – Include 2X AAA BATTERIES and a LANYARD for convenience.

Description

Innovo Deluxe iP900AP Fingertip Pulse Oximeter with Plethysmograph and Perfusion Index (Off-White with Black)

The Innovo Deluxe Fingertip pulse oximeter shows your measured SpO2 and Pulse Rate on a high quality OLED screen (with six multidirectional display choices) and come with two critically acclaimed features, the Plethysmograph and Perfusion Index (PI), that will improve the reliability of the readings dramatically. Each wave corresponds to a heartbeat and the amplitude to the amount of blood detected in your blood vessels. When the height of the wave amplitude no longer fluctuates (as shown like the figure above), this means that the pulse oximeter is now optimized and you may now take the readings. Meanwhile, the PI conveniently informs you of the strength of your pulse. If the PI value is less than 0.2%, this means that your hands are too cold or improperly positioned in the pulse oximeter. Simply warm your finger and reposition it so that it is right under the LED lights. No more second guessing if the readings are reliable or why the pulse oximeter is not giving a reading. Using a vastly improved sensor, the Innovo deluxe pulse oximeter can also now correct for small movements, allowing more versatile usage. Comes with a lanyard and 2 AAA batteries so that you can use the pulse oximeter right out of the box. Please note that this is not a medical device. This pulse oximeter should be used only for sports and/or aviation. Intended use for spot check of blood oxygen saturation level at home, in sport and recreational use, such as mountain climbing, high-altitude activities and running. The oximeter might not work on kids or adults with small fingers. Innovo is a registered trademark of USPTO. We will actively and aggressively pursue any parties who infringe on our intellectual property rights to the maximum extent allowed by the law. Beware of Imitation, Buy Original. Innovo Pulse Oximeter is designed in USA.

Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 2 x 2 x 0.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces
  • ASINB07YVGZPRZ
  • UPC: 851697006543
  • Item model number: M430N-OFWH
  • Batteries 2 AAA batteries required. (included)

 


From the manufacturer

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Can the user set the parameters for the alarms? Can the alarms be set even if the ‘beep’ of each beat is turned off?

A: Yes to both questions. Users are able to set parameters and/or change settings for the alarms and control the beeps of the alarm according to your preferences.

What is oximetry?

Oximetry is a procedure for measuring the concentration of oxygen in the blood. The test is used in the evaluation of various medical conditions that affect the function of the heart and lungs.

How is oximetry done?

This is done using an oximeter, a photoelectric device specially designed for this purpose. A reusable probe can be placed on the finger or a single use tape probe is placed on the earlobe or finger.

What are pulse oximeters?

The oximeters most commonly used today are called pulse oximeters because they respond only to pulsations, such as those in pulsating capillaries of the area tested.

How common are oximeters?

Oximeters are now a virtual fixture in intensive care units, pulmonary units and elsewhere in hospitals and health care facilities.

How does a pulse oximeter function?

A pulse oximeter works by passing a beam of red and infrared light through a pulsating capillary bed. The ratio of red to infrared blood light transmitted gives a measure of the oxygen saturation of the blood. The oximeter works on the principle that the oxygenated blood is a brighter color of red than the deoxygenated blood, which is more blue-purple. First, the oximeter measures the sum of the intensity of both shades of red, representing the fractions of the blood with and without oxygen. The oximeter detects the pulse, and then subtracts the intensity of color detected when the pulse is absent. The remaining intensity of color represents only the oxygenated red blood. This is displayed on the electronic screen as a percentage of oxygen saturation in the blood.

Are there other types of oximetry?

Yes. Oximetry can also be done on blood that is within the heart (intracardiac oximetry) or on whole blood that has been removed from the body. More recently, using a similar technology to oximetry, carbon dioxide levels can be measured at the skin as well.

How to use oximeter ?

What is PI (perfusion index) in pulse oximeter?

PI is an indicator of the relative strength of the pulsatile signal from pulse oximetry and has been found to be a reliable indicator of peripheral perfusion. PI is calculated by dividing the pulsatile signal (AC) by the nonpulsatile signal (DC) times 100, and is expressed as a percent ranging from 0.02% to 20%. A higher PI value, therefore, indicates a stronger pulsatile signal and better peripheral circulation at the sensor site. Because PI is an indicator of peripheral blood flow, and peripheral blood flow in the upper limbs is a clinical sign of an effective block, increased PI on the side of the block may be a reliable means to determine the efficacy of SGB. Visit here to find more details.

Reviews

  1. Grigory

    I had a pulse oximeter from China before. Break down. I decided to order this and did not lose. This pulse oximeter is more convenient, the finger inside is more accurate and softer than in the previous one. It works quickly, the result is accurate. Thanks

  2. Video Services Of Va

    You know what these are good for? Nothing. Maybe if your drinking, and want to have some fun. But for medical purposes, forget it. I have been an EMT for 28 years. This is not for medical usage at all. Just like the instructions say, maybe for a physical workout, you MIGHT be able to have some fun.I just put it on my 95 year old mom. First reading was 85-90 pulse rate. I switched to a different finger. 120 pulse rate. You can’t make any judgements on that.Easy to use, yes. Just don’t use it for monitoring any health issues. Different readings for different fingers. Best you learn to use a regular BP cuff and learn to take a pulse at the wrist.

  3. Raptor

    The unit I received ‘died’ (would not turn on; tried new batteries..) after 2-3 weeks of very light use. I feel ripped off and would absolutely not purchase a product from this company again.

  4. Catwell

    I would like to start by saying I am a registered nurse with ICU experience. I have used many brands of pulse oximetry devices. This one is great for an inexpensive home device. I tested its accuracy with those at the hospital and was spot-on. One thing you always want to have when you buy a pulse oximetry monitor is that waveform which is called the Pleth. Why Is that important? Because it relates to the accuracy of your reading. If that waveform is dampened that means your Reading is inaccurate because it is not picking up on ALL of the red blood cells that carry oxygen. A flattened waveform is most likely. A false low reading. I suggest always getting a device with that waveform. Not all brands have that; they just show you numbers. In which case you do not know how well it Iz reading

  5. ua227

    Pulse reading jumps for 110 to 80 to 56 with same finger insert 3 different times. I check the pulse reading manually, it off 10-20%. Return the first unit for a replacement, but it was the same. Returned the replacement unit for a refund. Did not get a full refund, 15% was deducted. WARNING … I would not risk purchasing this brand as they do not give 100% refund when you determine the product not as reliable as presented. Purchased a different brand for less and it works every time.

  6. HTB webbi

    High quality item. Works great. No issues. I caught pneumonia during this crazy covid crisis. I used this to check my O2 levels. Worked like a charm and helped keep me stay sane. It will now become a staple of home medical analysis in my Rx kit. Don’t hesitate in buying.

  7. ua227

    Pulse reading jumps for 110 to 80 to 56 with same finger insert 3 different times. I check the pulse reading manually, it off 10-20%. Return the first unit for a replacement, but it was the same. Returned the replacement unit for a refund. Did not get a full refund, 15% was deducted. WARNING … I would not risk purchasing this brand as they do not give 100% refund when you determine the product not as reliable as presented. Purchased a different brand for less and it works every time.

  8. Raptor

    The unit I received ‘died’ (would not turn on; tried new batteries..) after 2-3 weeks of very light use. I feel ripped off and would absolutely not purchase a product from this company again.

  9. Marge

    I love this little pulse ox. It has a nice wave pattern to let you know that you have a good connection. Was giving my husband a haircut in the hospital and I had just purchased this pulse ox. His hospital monitor started reading very low levels of O2 and the nurse showed up to check his oxygenation. I put this little device on his finger and it read 98% O2. The nurse was amazed how perfect and accurate this little device was . we ended up keeping it with us when we walked around the hospital halls in case the movement gave us false readings on the hospital monitors.

  10. HTB webbi

    High quality item. Works great. No issues. I caught pneumonia during this crazy covid crisis. I used this to check my O2 levels. Worked like a charm and helped keep me stay sane. It will now become a staple of home medical analysis in my Rx kit. Don’t hesitate in buying.

  11. Romedeos

    This equipment is spot on. I brought it after COVID 19 spread in NYC. Tested it and checked my oxygen level in doctor’s office that same day. The results were the same. I feel so much safer now. I wish they had more inventory, I would send it to my family overseas.

  12. Video Services Of Va

    You know what these are good for? Nothing. Maybe if your drinking, and want to have some fun. But for medical purposes, forget it. I have been an EMT for 28 years. This is not for medical usage at all. Just like the instructions say, maybe for a physical workout, you MIGHT be able to have some fun.I just put it on my 95 year old mom. First reading was 85-90 pulse rate. I switched to a different finger. 120 pulse rate. You can’t make any judgements on that.Easy to use, yes. Just don’t use it for monitoring any health issues. Different readings for different fingers. Best you learn to use a regular BP cuff and learn to take a pulse at the wrist.

  13. ua227

    Pulse reading jumps for 110 to 80 to 56 with same finger insert 3 different times. I check the pulse reading manually, it off 10-20%. Return the first unit for a replacement, but it was the same. Returned the replacement unit for a refund. Did not get a full refund, 15% was deducted. WARNING … I would not risk purchasing this brand as they do not give 100% refund when you determine the product not as reliable as presented. Purchased a different brand for less and it works every time.

  14. A. Silverstone

    It is useful to have an Oximeter/Pulse Monitor that you can clip on your fingertip and check your oxygen levels. Not only is this Innovo easy to use, they actually took the effort to give an attractive display instead of a LED read out that is reminiscent of the first digital clocks of the 1980s. Of course, that would be meaningless if the reading were inaccurate. Fortunately, the Innovo gives you a reliable measurement that can help you decide if you need additional medical care or not.

  15. Grigory

    I had a pulse oximeter from China before. Break down. I decided to order this and did not lose. This pulse oximeter is more convenient, the finger inside is more accurate and softer than in the previous one. It works quickly, the result is accurate. Thanks

  16. Romedeos

    This equipment is spot on. I brought it after COVID 19 spread in NYC. Tested it and checked my oxygen level in doctor’s office that same day. The results were the same. I feel so much safer now. I wish they had more inventory, I would send it to my family overseas.

  17. Marge

    I love this little pulse ox. It has a nice wave pattern to let you know that you have a good connection. Was giving my husband a haircut in the hospital and I had just purchased this pulse ox. His hospital monitor started reading very low levels of O2 and the nurse showed up to check his oxygenation. I put this little device on his finger and it read 98% O2. The nurse was amazed how perfect and accurate this little device was . we ended up keeping it with us when we walked around the hospital halls in case the movement gave us false readings on the hospital monitors.

  18. Catwell

    I would like to start by saying I am a registered nurse with ICU experience. I have used many brands of pulse oximetry devices. This one is great for an inexpensive home device. I tested its accuracy with those at the hospital and was spot-on. One thing you always want to have when you buy a pulse oximetry monitor is that waveform which is called the Pleth. Why Is that important? Because it relates to the accuracy of your reading. If that waveform is dampened that means your Reading is inaccurate because it is not picking up on ALL of the red blood cells that carry oxygen. A flattened waveform is most likely. A false low reading. I suggest always getting a device with that waveform. Not all brands have that; they just show you numbers. In which case you do not know how well it Iz reading

  19. Marge

    I love this little pulse ox. It has a nice wave pattern to let you know that you have a good connection. Was giving my husband a haircut in the hospital and I had just purchased this pulse ox. His hospital monitor started reading very low levels of O2 and the nurse showed up to check his oxygenation. I put this little device on his finger and it read 98% O2. The nurse was amazed how perfect and accurate this little device was . we ended up keeping it with us when we walked around the hospital halls in case the movement gave us false readings on the hospital monitors.

  20. A. Silverstone

    It is useful to have an Oximeter/Pulse Monitor that you can clip on your fingertip and check your oxygen levels. Not only is this Innovo easy to use, they actually took the effort to give an attractive display instead of a LED read out that is reminiscent of the first digital clocks of the 1980s. Of course, that would be meaningless if the reading were inaccurate. Fortunately, the Innovo gives you a reliable measurement that can help you decide if you need additional medical care or not.

  21. Marge

    I love this little pulse ox. It has a nice wave pattern to let you know that you have a good connection. Was giving my husband a haircut in the hospital and I had just purchased this pulse ox. His hospital monitor started reading very low levels of O2 and the nurse showed up to check his oxygenation. I put this little device on his finger and it read 98% O2. The nurse was amazed how perfect and accurate this little device was . we ended up keeping it with us when we walked around the hospital halls in case the movement gave us false readings on the hospital monitors.

  22. A. Silverstone

    It is useful to have an Oximeter/Pulse Monitor that you can clip on your fingertip and check your oxygen levels. Not only is this Innovo easy to use, they actually took the effort to give an attractive display instead of a LED read out that is reminiscent of the first digital clocks of the 1980s. Of course, that would be meaningless if the reading were inaccurate. Fortunately, the Innovo gives you a reliable measurement that can help you decide if you need additional medical care or not.

  23. Grigory

    I had a pulse oximeter from China before. Break down. I decided to order this and did not lose. This pulse oximeter is more convenient, the finger inside is more accurate and softer than in the previous one. It works quickly, the result is accurate. Thanks

  24. Romedeos

    This equipment is spot on. I brought it after COVID 19 spread in NYC. Tested it and checked my oxygen level in doctor’s office that same day. The results were the same. I feel so much safer now. I wish they had more inventory, I would send it to my family overseas.

  25. alexis

    I’m a nurse, and I bought this for my household to monitor myself and my family for low oxygen saturation in the midst of the pandemic. I tested it against the machines we use in the hospital and it works perfectly. Well made, nice display, easy to use.

  26. Catwell

    I would like to start by saying I am a registered nurse with ICU experience. I have used many brands of pulse oximetry devices. This one is great for an inexpensive home device. I tested its accuracy with those at the hospital and was spot-on. One thing you always want to have when you buy a pulse oximetry monitor is that waveform which is called the Pleth. Why Is that important? Because it relates to the accuracy of your reading. If that waveform is dampened that means your Reading is inaccurate because it is not picking up on ALL of the red blood cells that carry oxygen. A flattened waveform is most likely. A false low reading. I suggest always getting a device with that waveform. Not all brands have that; they just show you numbers. In which case you do not know how well it Iz reading

  27. HTB webbi

    High quality item. Works great. No issues. I caught pneumonia during this crazy covid crisis. I used this to check my O2 levels. Worked like a charm and helped keep me stay sane. It will now become a staple of home medical analysis in my Rx kit. Don’t hesitate in buying.

  28. alexis

    I’m a nurse, and I bought this for my household to monitor myself and my family for low oxygen saturation in the midst of the pandemic. I tested it against the machines we use in the hospital and it works perfectly. Well made, nice display, easy to use.

  29. Raptor

    The unit I received ‘died’ (would not turn on; tried new batteries..) after 2-3 weeks of very light use. I feel ripped off and would absolutely not purchase a product from this company again.

  30. HTB webbi

    High quality item. Works great. No issues. I caught pneumonia during this crazy covid crisis. I used this to check my O2 levels. Worked like a charm and helped keep me stay sane. It will now become a staple of home medical analysis in my Rx kit. Don’t hesitate in buying.

  31. alexis

    I’m a nurse, and I bought this for my household to monitor myself and my family for low oxygen saturation in the midst of the pandemic. I tested it against the machines we use in the hospital and it works perfectly. Well made, nice display, easy to use.

  32. Video Services Of Va

    You know what these are good for? Nothing. Maybe if your drinking, and want to have some fun. But for medical purposes, forget it. I have been an EMT for 28 years. This is not for medical usage at all. Just like the instructions say, maybe for a physical workout, you MIGHT be able to have some fun.I just put it on my 95 year old mom. First reading was 85-90 pulse rate. I switched to a different finger. 120 pulse rate. You can’t make any judgements on that.Easy to use, yes. Just don’t use it for monitoring any health issues. Different readings for different fingers. Best you learn to use a regular BP cuff and learn to take a pulse at the wrist.

  33. Video Services Of Va

    You know what these are good for? Nothing. Maybe if your drinking, and want to have some fun. But for medical purposes, forget it. I have been an EMT for 28 years. This is not for medical usage at all. Just like the instructions say, maybe for a physical workout, you MIGHT be able to have some fun.I just put it on my 95 year old mom. First reading was 85-90 pulse rate. I switched to a different finger. 120 pulse rate. You can’t make any judgements on that.Easy to use, yes. Just don’t use it for monitoring any health issues. Different readings for different fingers. Best you learn to use a regular BP cuff and learn to take a pulse at the wrist.

  34. A. Silverstone

    It is useful to have an Oximeter/Pulse Monitor that you can clip on your fingertip and check your oxygen levels. Not only is this Innovo easy to use, they actually took the effort to give an attractive display instead of a LED read out that is reminiscent of the first digital clocks of the 1980s. Of course, that would be meaningless if the reading were inaccurate. Fortunately, the Innovo gives you a reliable measurement that can help you decide if you need additional medical care or not.

  35. alexis

    I’m a nurse, and I bought this for my household to monitor myself and my family for low oxygen saturation in the midst of the pandemic. I tested it against the machines we use in the hospital and it works perfectly. Well made, nice display, easy to use.

  36. Romedeos

    This equipment is spot on. I brought it after COVID 19 spread in NYC. Tested it and checked my oxygen level in doctor’s office that same day. The results were the same. I feel so much safer now. I wish they had more inventory, I would send it to my family overseas.

  37. ua227

    Pulse reading jumps for 110 to 80 to 56 with same finger insert 3 different times. I check the pulse reading manually, it off 10-20%. Return the first unit for a replacement, but it was the same. Returned the replacement unit for a refund. Did not get a full refund, 15% was deducted. WARNING … I would not risk purchasing this brand as they do not give 100% refund when you determine the product not as reliable as presented. Purchased a different brand for less and it works every time.

  38. Grigory

    I had a pulse oximeter from China before. Break down. I decided to order this and did not lose. This pulse oximeter is more convenient, the finger inside is more accurate and softer than in the previous one. It works quickly, the result is accurate. Thanks

  39. Raptor

    The unit I received ‘died’ (would not turn on; tried new batteries..) after 2-3 weeks of very light use. I feel ripped off and would absolutely not purchase a product from this company again.

  40. Catwell

    I would like to start by saying I am a registered nurse with ICU experience. I have used many brands of pulse oximetry devices. This one is great for an inexpensive home device. I tested its accuracy with those at the hospital and was spot-on. One thing you always want to have when you buy a pulse oximetry monitor is that waveform which is called the Pleth. Why Is that important? Because it relates to the accuracy of your reading. If that waveform is dampened that means your Reading is inaccurate because it is not picking up on ALL of the red blood cells that carry oxygen. A flattened waveform is most likely. A false low reading. I suggest always getting a device with that waveform. Not all brands have that; they just show you numbers. In which case you do not know how well it Iz reading

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