Masimo Rad-8 Bedside Pulse Oximeter (Vertical)
Masimo Rad-8 Bedside Pulse Oximeter (Vertical)

Vendor: SPD

Description:

The Rad-8 uses Masimo SET pulse oximetry to provide accurate readings even during patient movement or in low-perfusion situations, and to reduce false alarms by up to 95%.

This unit features a large, easy to read color display and a simple to use interface for quick setup and alarm management. The compact and lightweight design is perfect for acute and alternative care settings such as long-term care facilities, homecare, and sleep labs.

Features and Benefits

  • Sleep mode with 2 second averaging for bedside studies.
  • Home mode for safe and accurate in-home monitoring and trending.
  • RadNet and RadLink Interface capability for multi-patient remote monitoring.
  • Perfusion Index (PI) indicates arterial pulse signal strength and may be used as a diagnostic tool during low prefusion.
  • Low Signal IQ (SIQ) indicator highlights conditions of low signal quality.
  • FastSat technology tracks rapid changes in arterial O2 with high fidelity unlike any other pulse oximeter.
  • Nurse call interface.
  • 72 hours of trending memory.
  • Up to 7 hours of internal battery life when fully charged.
  • Compatible with Philips Vuelink device interface module.
  • APOD (Adaptive Probe Off Detection) provides the best off probe detection of Masimo's 3 sensitivity modes (ADOP, Normal, and MAX sensitivity).
  • Adjustable averaging from 2 - 16 seconds.
  • Audible and visual alarms for SpO2, PR, sensor condition, system failure, and low battery.
  • Comes in vertical configuration.

Materials Included

  • Rad-8 Pulse Oximeter
  • 1 LNCS SpO2 Patient Cable
  • 1 Power Cord
  • User Manual
Note: The finger sensors are not included, sold separately.

Technical Specifications

Performance

  • Measurement Range
    • SpO2: 1-100 %
    • Pulse Rate: 25 – 240 (bpm)
    • Perfusion Index: 0.02% – 20%
Saturation Accuracy
    • Saturation: 60% to 80%
    • No Motion
      • Adults, Infants, Pediatrics: ± 4 digits
    • Saturation: 70% to 100%
    • No Motion
      • Adults, Pediatrics: ± 2 digits
      • Neonate: ± 3 digits
    • Motion
      • Adults, Pediatrics: ±3 digits
      • Neonate: ±3 digits
    • Low Perfusion
      • Adults, Pediatrics: ± 2 digits
      • Neonate: ± 3 digits
Pulse Rate Accuracy
  • Pulse Rate: 25 – 240 bpm
  • No Motion
    • Adults, Pediatrics, Neonate: ± 3 digits
  • Motion
    • Adults, Pediatrics, Neonate: ± 5 digits
  • Low Perfusion
    • Adults, Pediatrics, Neonate: ± 3 digits
Resolution
  • Saturation (%SpO2): 1%
  • Pulse Rate (bpm): 1 bpm
Electrical
  • AC Power requirements: 100-240 VAC, 47-63 Hz
  • Power consumption: 20 VA Max
Batteries
  • Handheld
    • Type: Sealed lead acid
    • Capacity: Up to 7 hours
    • Charging Time: 8 Hours
Environmental
  • Operating Temperature: 41°F to 104°F (5°C to 40°C)
  • Storage Temperature: -40°F to 158°F (-40°C to 70°C)
  • Operating Humidity: 5% to 95%, non-condensing
  • Operating Altitude:
    • 500 mbar to 1060 mbar pressure
    • -1000 ft to 18,000 ft (-304 m to 5,486 m)
Physical Characteristics
  • Dimensions
    • 8.2” x 6” x 3”
  • Weight: 2.1 lbs
Modes
  • Averaging Mode: 2, 4, 8,10, 12, 14 or 16 seconds
  • Sensitivity: APOD, Normal and Max
Alarms
  • Audible and visual alarms for high and low saturation (1% to 100%), pulse rate (25 - 240 bpm), sensor condition, system failure and low battery
  • Alarm volume
    • High: 85dB (min)
    • Low: 45dB (min)
Display/Indicators
  • Data Display:
    • % SpO2
    • Alarm Status
    • Alarm Silenced Status
    • AC Power
    • Signal IQ/Pleth Bar
    • Perfusion Index Bar
    • Battery Status
    • No Sensor
    • Sensor Off
  • Display Type: LED

 

Warranty Information

  • 1-Year Warranty