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Nellcor N-395 Pulse Oximeter - Refurbished

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Nellcor N-395 Pulse Oximeter - Refurbished

Web ID: 1434

Condition: Retired

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The N-395 is a portable pulse oximeter intended for use as a continuous non-invasive monitor of functional oxygen saturation of arterial hemoglobin (SpO2) and pulse rate. It is intended for adult, pediatric, and neonatal patients. The N-395 is designed for hospitals, outpatient centers, intra-hospital transport, and home care. Hospital use typically covers such areas as general care floors, operating rooms, special procedure areas, intensive and critical care areas, surgicenters, sub-acute centers, special nursing facilities, sleep labs, and more.


Measurement Range

  • SpO2: 1 - 100%
  • Pulse Rate: 20 to 250 beats per minute (bmp)


  • Saturation (%SpO2)±1SD):
    • Without Motion:
      • Adults: 70 - 100% ±2digits
      • Neonates: 70 - 100%±3digits
      • 1-69% unspecified
    • With Motion:
      • Adults & Neonates: 70-100%±3digits
      • 1-69% unspecified
  • Pulse Rate:
    • Without Motion: 20-250±3digits
    • With Motion: Normal physiologic range (e.g., 55-125bpm)±5digits


  • Instrument:
    • Power Requirements: 100-120 VAC, 200-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 20 VA switch selectable.
    • Fuses: 2 qty, .5 A, 250 volts, slow-blow, IEC (5x20mm)
  • Battery: Lead-Acid:
    • Battery Capacity: A minimum of 2 hours with a new fully charged battery under the following conditions: no alarms, and no analog or serial output devices attached. A completely discharged battery can be fully recharged in approximately 14 hours while unit is turned off or 18 hours while turned on.
    • Charge/discharge cycles: at least 400
    • Sensor: The wavelength range of the light emitted is within the range of 250 nm to 1,000 nm with the energy not exceeding 10nw.