Additional PulseGuard Sensor

£120.00

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Product Description

The PulseGuard™ Mark III sensor is a soft lightweight watch type sensor that can be worn either on the wrist or ankle or for small babies the upper leg.

The sensor works by using infrared light technology that detects the blood flow under the skin and transmits this wirelessly via Bluetooth to the PulseGuard™ tablet, where it is converted by our dedicated software to continuously display the wearers heart rate.

Sensor Technical Specifications
Strap Elasticated strap with adjustable slider to set to user’s size
Sensor Rubber and plastic body with infrared light technology underneath to detect and monitor heart rate
Battery 24 hours battery life
Charger Charging base that connects to USB plug. Charge time 2 hours
Bluetooth distance Up to 10 metres from PulseGuard™ tablet
Age suitability Suitable for all ages.

For very small babies’ sensor can be worn on the upper leg

Waterproof Fully submersible up to 3 metres
Power Button Integrated power button on top of sensor. Hold for three seconds to switch on and again to switch off
Notification Lights Blue flashing light shows when Heart rate has been found indicating the time to pair up to the PulseGuard™ software.

Sensor has a light indicator on top that works through a traffic light colour scheme to indicate battery life left during use and when you switch the sensor on or off

PulseGuard™ Product compatibility The Mark III sensor is compatible with all PulseGuard products running on both Apple and Android systems
Warranty and Support
PulseGuard™ Mark II Customers PulseGuard™ Legacy Customers

Using PulseGuard™ Apple Products

Your Mark III sensor will be covered for the duration of your contract and any faulty or worn out parts will be replaced immediately with new Your sensor will be covered by a full manufacturers warranty for 1 year from the date of purchase for any faults or mechanical failure