Wireless Blood Pressure Monitor
- Model: BP5
- Classification: Internally powered, Type BF applied part, IPX0, No AP or APG, Continuous operation
- Wireless communication: Bluetooth V3.0+EDR Class 2 SPP
- Measuring method: Oscillometric, automatic inflation and measurement
- Machine size: 145 mm × 58 mm × 30 mm
- Cuff circumference: 8.6” - 16.5” (22 cm - 42 cm)
- Weight: 4.8 oz (135 g) (excluding cuff)
Power & Battery
- Power: DC:5.0V 1.0A
- Battery: 1*3.7V Li-ion400mAh
Range & Accuracy
- Cuff pressure range: 0-295 mm Hg
- Pressure accuracy: ±3 mm Hg
- Pulse rate range: 40 -180 beats/min, accuracy: ±5%
Operation & Storage
- Operating temperature: 41°F~95°F (5°C~35°C)
- Operating humidity: <90% RH
- Storage and transport temperature: -4°F~131°F (-20°C~55°C)
- Storage and transport humidity: <95% RH
- 1 Wireless Blood Pressure Monitor
- 1 Owner's Manual
- 1 Quick Start Guide
- 1 Charging cable
- 1 Travel bag
Frequently Asked Questions
- Can measurements be taken without an iOS device?
Yes. You can enable the offline measurement in the “Device Settings” of iHealth MyVitals app. To start measurements when disconnected from the iOS device (“offline”), turn on the Monitor by pressing the “START/STOP”button. Offline measurement data will be uploaded to the device automatically upon the next iOS connection.
- Are there any risks in taking a blood pressure measurement with this device at home?
There are no physical risks associated with using this device to take your blood pressure at home. If you find the measurement procedure uncomfortable, consult with your healthcare professional regarding proper cuff application and tightness.
- Are there different sizes of cuffs?
The iHealth Wireless Blood Pressure Monitor is available in two different cuff sizes. The standard size fits 8.6”-16.5” (22 cm -42 cm) arm circumference, a larger size is available from iHealth Store.
- Who can use the Wireless Blood Pressure Monitor?
The Blood Pressure Monitor is designed for adults. It should not be used on infants, young children, pregnant or pre-eclamptic patients.