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SpO2 Optical Sensors

TE Connectivity’s red and IR LED emitters (ELM series) and detector (EPM series) for pulse oximetry, patient monitoring, and healthcare applications

Image of TE Connectivity Measurement Specialties' SpO2 Optical SensorsLow oxygen levels can put a strain on cell functioning including those of the heart and brain. Accurate monitoring of oxygen levels is critical in acute medical situations like post-op recovery. TE Connectivity’s SpO2 optical components provide precision accuracy in oxygen level detection. They are designed for medical applications where the selection of peak wavelength is a key requirement as well as for applications that require high degrees of precision, durability, and performance.

Features and Benefits
  • Enable precision with the red LED wavelength tolerance up to 660 nm ±2 nm driven by proprietary emitters spectrally matched to function with a detector
  • Support customer's requirements with proprietary emitters with three different IR LED wavelength choices: 880 nm, 905 nm, and 940 nm
  • Meet large component volume requirements with scalable, automated manufacturing
  • Lead frame construction
  • Clear epoxy
  • Pulse oximetry component 
  • Provide high reliability and near flawless quality with more than 27 years' history and more than 25 million components produced
  • Accommodate two LED wavelengths (both red and IR) with TE's dual drive emitters without any compromise to size and lower power consumption
  • Provide complete pulse oximetry sensors (reusable and disposable sensors)

Emitters

ImageManufacturer Part NumberDescriptionAvailable QuantityView Details
EMITTER 660/905NM 12ELM-4003EMITTER 660/905NM 12178 - ImmediateView Details
EMITTER 660/940NM 12ELM-4002EMITTER 660/940NM 12312 - ImmediateView Details
EMITTER 660/880NM 12ELM-4001EMITTER 660/880NM 12448 - ImmediateView Details

Detector

ImageManufacturer Part NumberDescriptionAvailable QuantityView Details
SENSOR OPT 1080NM AMBIENT RADIALEPM-4001SENSOR OPT 1080NM AMBIENT RADIAL186 - ImmediateView Details
Published: 2018-03-15