|Display||LCD, 20 mm X 20 mm 2 lines|
|– ABPM mode||Systolic pressure in mmHg
Diastolic pressure in mmHg
Pulse rate in beats/minutes
|– PWA mode||Pulsation bar|
|Memory (For ABPM)||96 blocks of waveform readings|
|Reading cycle time (For ABPM)||8 to 10 seconds|
|– Blood pressure||40 to 280 mmHg|
|– Pulse rate||30 to 180 beats/minute|
|Power source||3V CR 2032 coin battery|
|Battery life||1 – 6 months depending on usage|
|Buttons||Five buttons1. Mode
|Measurement method||Modified arteries applanation tonometry|
|Measurement site||Radial artery at the wrist (Left or Right)|
|Calibration method||Oscillometric, performs prior to use|
|Size and Weight|
|Size – Watch head||44mm W X 51mm L X 19mm H|
|Size – Sensor housing||32mm W X 38mm L X 16mm H|
|Operating conditions||10 to 40ºC, 15 to 90% relative humidity (non-condensing).80 to 106kPa atmospheric pressure|
|Regulatory compliance||FDA, CE, SFDA, TGA, HSA|
|BP Calibrators, blood pressure cuff||Regular adult, for arm circumferences 21 to 30 cm. Included with system. Optional: Large adult, for arm circumferences from 29 to 42 cm.|
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