Monitor with confidence

The Nellcor™ bedside SpO2 patient monitoring system incorporates the latest Nellcor™ digital signal processing technology for accurate, reliable readings even during low perfusion and other forms of signal interference, providing clinicians with access to the most critical information regarding their patients’ respiratory status.

With improved functionality, including continuous SpO2 and pulse rate monitoring, trending data and SatSeconds alarm management, clinicians have the information they need to detect respiratory complications earlier and intervene sooner.

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  • Multicolor display screen with a black background for contrast
  • Backup audible alarm
  • Multiple-language graphical user interface to support variety of users
  • 96-hour trend memory with data captured every four seconds
  • Distinctive digital signal processing technology
  • Simple, intuitive operation with a space-saving design
  • Displays plethysmographic waveforms, pulse amplitude and current measured SpO2 and pulse rate


Compact. Affordable. Intuitive.

The Nellcor™ bedside SpO₂ patient Monitoring system features a compact design, improved functionality, a built-in handle and an intuitive, easy-to-read color user interface, making it simpler for clinicians to review and download critical patient data.

With its innovative features, advanced technology, and small footprint, this easy-to-use patient monitoring system helps clinicians save time and space.

  • A variable pitch beep tone enables clinicians to hear point-by-point changes in SpO2.
  • Patient trend data can be stored on a PC for archive and analysis.
  • An easy-to-use jog dial enables simple navigation and control of the display and monitoring system functions.
  • On-screen help messages assist with the use of the monitor.
  • Biomedical engineers and technicians can simply and effectively set institutional defaults as well as easily replace the battery, perform diagnostics to troubleshoot performance issues and generally maintain the monitor within the hospital.