V3304 Pulse Oximeters with SAC Technology

V3304 Pulse Oximeters with SAC Technology

The tabletop V3304 Pulse Oximeter uses refined noise-reduction hardware (digital processing) and a unique patented software algorithm Serial Auto Correlation (SAC™). This innovative oximeter technology analyzes a digital signal at a rate of 120 times per second and compares it to previous pulse data. These pulses are constantly stored and updated, and used as dynamic templates to determine the validity or invalidity for newly encountered pulsatile signals.

  • Reliably measure SpO2 and pulse rate
  • Internal rechargeable battery
  • Easy-to-read LED display with adjustable brightness
  • Variety of reusable sensors designed for animal applications
  • Quantitative pulse strength bar
  • Visual and audible alarm signals
  • Advanced digital oximetry
  • 99 patient memory
  • Veterinary specific SpO2 sensors to accommodate a variety of species, e.g., rabbits, cats and dogs

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73-4896 Analog Output Adapter
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The tabletop V3304 Pulse Oximeter uses refined noise-reduction hardware (digital processing) and a unique patented software algorithm Serial Auto Correlation (SAC™). This innovative oximeter technology analyzes a digital signal at a rate of 120 times per second and compares it to previous pulse data. These pulses are constantly stored and updated, and used as dynamic templates to determine the validity or invalidity for newly encountered pulsatile signals.

  • Reliably measure SpO2 and pulse rate
  • Internal rechargeable battery
  • Easy-to-read LED display with adjustable brightness
  • Variety of reusable sensors designed for animal applications
  • Quantitative pulse strength bar
  • Visual and audible alarm signals
  • Advanced digital oximetry
  • 99 patient memory
  • Veterinary specific SpO2 sensors to accommodate a variety of species, e.g., rabbits, cats and dogs

Three user-selectable averaging modes are available, visual and audible indicators for SpO2 and pulse rate, an 8-segment LED bar indicator for pulse strength as well as high and low limit adjustable alarms for SpO2 and pulse rate. Low priority alarms warn the user of system setup malfunctions such as a disconnected probe. The audible indicators and alarms vary in rate and pitch to indicate changes in pulse rate and SpO2 level, respectively. Animal IDs from 0-99 are used by the V3304 to delineate multiple animal data measurements. The unit is powered by an internal rechargeable lead acid battery.

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