Handheld Pulse Oximeters


Emergencies can happen anywhere. And unreliable measurements leave everyone exposed.
You need to be able to depend on the tools you use so you can focus on the lives that depend on you. Introducing the Nonin CO-Pilot™ Wireless Handheld Multi-Parameter System to reliably measure COHb, MetHb, SpO2, pulse rate, and rSO2 in even the most challenging conditions.

PalmSAT® 2500 Series

PalmSAT 2500 Series handheld pulse oximeters are designed to accurately assess oxygen saturation (SpO2) and pulse rate. Compact size, ease of operation, and optional alarms in the 2500A make the PalmSAT series suitable for portable monitoring regardless of patient location. Small yet versatile, PalmSAT 2500 pulse oximeters are Certified Airworthy by the U.S. Army and U.S. Air Force.

Model 8500

As an EMS professional, you have high standards for the equipment you use. Now the industry does, too. The standard known as IEC 60601-2 Edition 4 went into effect on January 1, 2019. All new or updated devices must meet these requirements to be indicated for EMS use.

If you have a handheld pulse oximeter, it met existing requirements when you bought it. But the new standard is more demanding in several ways. Now is a good time to check your devices for compliance—and to take a look at the updated Model 8500 from Nonin.

2500A VET

The 2500A VET handheld pulse oximeter is a universal tool with unmatched versatility and cost-effectiveness for all veterinary SpO2 monitoring and research applications. Compact and easy to use, the 2500A VET is proven accurate for pulse rates up to 450 beats per minute (BPM) and is ideal for monitoring during surgeries and dental procedures. As the industry benchmark for durability and performance, Nonin veterinary pulse oximeters have gained the confidence of veterinary professionals worldwide.