Pulse oximeter

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Pulse oximeter

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Our integrated circuits and reference designs for pulse oximeters help you achieve highly-accurate photodiode measurements while reducing power consumption and enhancing ease of use through wireless connectivity.

Design requirements:

    Modern pulse oximeter designs require:

  • Accurate sensor measurement to derive oxygen saturation levels and heart rate.
  • Power management efficiency for reducing heat and maximizing operating life.
  • Additional parameters to be derived such as PTT when combined with other subsystems.

TI products may not be used in life-critical medical equipment unless authorized officers of the parties have executed a special contract specifically governing such use. See our Terms of Sale for additional information.

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