NONIN® Disposable CLOTH Sensors

NONIN® Disposable CLOTH Sensors

  • Nonin’s 6000 Cloth Series provides the ultimate comfort for patients requiring extended monitoring and secure placement.
  • The disposable sensor features a stretch, tear-resistant cloth for easier placement and fit on the patient, especially for hard-to-fit patients such as infants and neonates, ensuring consistent readings by keeping the sensor in the proper position.
  • Specified wavelength and light intensity provides consistent reading from patient to patient and sensor to sensor.
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  • Nonin’s 6000 Cloth Series provides the ultimate comfort for patients requiring extended monitoring and secure placement.
  • The disposable sensor features a stretch, tear-resistant cloth for easier placement and fit on the patient, especially for hard-to-fit patients such as infants and neonates, ensuring consistent readings by keeping the sensor in the proper position.
  • Specified wavelength and light intensity provides consistent reading from patient to patient and sensor to sensor.

Specifications

The 6000 Series disposable sensors with trusted PureLight® technology, combined with Nonin’s PureSAT® signal processing, provide consistent results in a value-priced sensor.


Question and Answers

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Do the NONIN® Disposable CLOTH Sensors work on the 8500?

Anonymous- On Thursday, 04 June 2020

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Yes, NONIN® Disposable CLOTH Sensors will work with any Nonin pulse oximeter.

Jim L.- answered On Thursday, 04 June 2020

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The 6000 Series disposable sensors with trusted PureLight® technology, combined with Nonin’s PureSAT® signal processing, provide consistent results in a value-priced sensor.


Questions and Answers

Q

Do the NONIN® Disposable CLOTH Sensors work on the 8500?

Anonymous- On Thursday, 04 June 2020

A

Yes, NONIN® Disposable CLOTH Sensors will work with any Nonin pulse oximeter.

Jim L.- answered On Thursday, 04 June 2020