Hand-held spirometer DATOSPIR MICRO
USBBluetoothwith touchscreen

hand-held spirometer
hand-held spirometer
hand-held spirometer
hand-held spirometer
hand-held spirometer
hand-held spirometer
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USB, Bluetooth, with touchscreen


Description DATOSPIR MICRO is a small portable spirometer with the latest technological advances on the market. There are 3 different models tailored to the needs of the user. The equipment has different configurations for use both in clinical mode and at home. Its connectivity capabilities consist of a USB port for connection to a PC or an external printer. It can also be connected to other devices via Bluetooth technologies. It operates with a large number of parameters related to FVC, VC and MVV, and has a pulsioximetry (SpO2) option. It has acoustic incentives for children and a data base of up to 1000 tests. Finally, two of the models are fitted with graphic touch screens (PDA type), making them easy to use and among the most advanced spirometers on the market. Main Features 3 models for expanded versatility. USB connectivity (PC and Printer) and Bluetooth (optional). Touch screen, PDA type (models B and C). Internal data base (up to 1,000 graphical tests). Data export to other management systems. Bidirectional volumetric turbine. Integrated oxymeter (optional). Automatic BTPS correction. Meets 2005 ERS/ATS Standards. PIN code.code. Communications One of the most important features of the DATOSPIR MICRO is its communication system, which allows it to: Transfer equipment check data. Internal Software Update. Transfer patients tests to a PC. Export patient tests to other management systems. Communications can be made through three different channels: Direct USB connection to PC. Direct USB connection to printer. Bluetooth. RS232.


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