• Register

ChoiceMMED MD300C310

Rate this item
(0 votes)



  • Certifications: FDA(USA), PMDA(Japan), CMDCAS(Canada), CE
  • Infants, children, and adults
  • Display SpO2, pulse rate, Bar Graph, Plethysmogram
  • True multi-color OLED (organic light-emitting diode) display
  • Ten levels adjustable brightness
  • Eight display modes
  • Audible and Visual Alarm
  • Pulse signal strength
  • 30 hours continuous use
  • Low battery indicator
  • Automatic power-off design
  • 2 AAA Alkaline or rechargeable batteries

Technical specifications:

  • Weight: 30g without batteries
  • Dimension: 55mm x 32mm x 28mm
  • Display mode: OLED
  • Alarm mode: Audio alarm and visual alarm
  • SpO2:

Measurement range: 70-100%
Accuracy: @80%--100%, ±2%; @70%--79%, ±3%
Alarm: <90%
Resolution: ±1%

  • Pulse rate

Measurement range: 30-235 BPM
Accuracy: 30-100: ±2 BPM; 101-235: ±2%
Resolution: ±1 BPM
Alarm: 100 bpm
Signal strength bar graph display

  • Automatic power-off after 8 seconds
  • Resolution: ±1% for SpO2 and ±1BPM for pulse rate
  • Low power indicator
  • Environmental:

Operating Temperature: 5°C - 40°C
Storage Temperature: -20°C - 55°C
Operating Humidity: ≤85%°C
Storage Humidity: ≤85%°C

Read 1347 times

Representatives of



ifa logo













Latest News

Latest Products

News List

Get in touch and learn the latest news regarding the modern Telemedicine products and solutions.

ISO Certification

TELEMATIC MEDICAL APPLICATIONS provides certified quality management system for every aspect of our activities (products and services). TELEMATIC MEDICAL APPLICATIONS is certified by TUV AUSTRIA HELLAS according to international standards EN ISO 9001: 2008, EN ISO 13485:2003 and proved compliant with the provisions of the Ministerial Order ΔΥ8/1348/2004 regarding the retainment of principles and orders for the suitable distribution of medical and telemedicine products.

En ISO 9001:2008 No: 0108127TUV
En ISO 13485:2003 No: 0127012

Greek Ministirial Order No. 1348/2004 Report No: 8050660

S5 Box




Fields marked with an asterisk (*) are required.