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iHealth Wireless Pulse Oximeter Air


The Online pulse oximeter iHealth Air is a simple and reliable device, with the vital parameter to measure the oxygen content of your blood (Sp02), pulse rate and perfusion index.

-Why is a pulse oximeter?

Sp02 and pulse rate measurements are useful for persons suffering from chronic diseases such as Asthma or COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease), to be able to quickly reduce the Severity of your condition, recognize. Smokers in the weaning phase will see an improvement in this Parameter and in this way to stay motivated. In athletes, the measurements help to understand how your body reacts to exertion.

-What are the advantages of the use of an Online pulse oximeter?

This small and lightweight device is very easy to use and displays your measurements immediately on the screen and in the free application iHealth MyVitals.

You can sync your results with the application for Smartphone or Tablet PC to track the development of their measurements on the basis of the gradient function.

-Why is it so popular?

iHealth Air is a device of professional quality, which can be used from now on at home. Its Design is simple, elegant and easy. It is sufficient to place his Finger in the easy-to-use device iHealth Air, and in a few seconds the result appears on the screen.

iHealth Air is a medical device class IIa. It is a regulated health product and bears under this regulation the CE marking.


Key specifications

Measurement of oxygen saturationYes
Measurement of heart rate (pulse)Yes
Measurement of the pulse modulation index (PMI)No
Data analysisAndroid, iOS, Display

General information

Manufacturer iHealth
Product type Pulse oximeters
Item number5716266
Release date22.03.2016
Sales rank in Product type Pulse oximeters5 of 5


Colour group

Measuring range + accuracy

Measuring range oxygen saturation
99 %
Accuracy ± Oxygen Actuation
2 %
Measuring range heart rate
250 bpm
Accuracy ± heart rate
2 bpm


Data analysis
Data transmission
1 x

Power supply


Power supply

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Power supply


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Delivery contents

Delivery contents
Shoulder strap


measurement capabilities
Measurement of oxygen saturation

Measurement of oxygen saturation

The oxygen saturation (sO2) indicates what percentage of the total hemoglobin is loaded with oxygen in the blood.1] It allows, among other things, statements to be made about the effectiveness of oxygen transport, i.e. primarily about breathing. Oxygen saturation can be determined either directly in a blood sample or non-invasively by pulse oximeter. Both methods are based on the photometric method of oximetry.

Measurement of heart rate (pulse)

Measurement of heart rate (pulse)

The heart rate or heartbeat rate is the number of heartbeats per minute. It is given in min-1 or as bpm (English beats per minute). The heart rate (HF) is often equated with the pulse, which is not correct because the heart rate is only one aspect of the pulse. The pulse qualities include the frequency of the heartbeat, the regularity, the rate of pressure rise, the absolute pressure and the filling volume.

Pulse oximeter properties
Painless measurement
Finger measurement
Sleep mode

Sleep mode

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Returns and warranty

Dead on arrival (DOA) 10 Days Bring-in
Warranty 24 month Bring-in
30-day right of return

30-day right of return

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Expected delivery time: 2–3 weeks
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