The ELM-5000 Series photo optic sensor is designed for surface mount technology (SMT) installations.
Low oxygen level can put a strain on cell functioning including the heart and brain. This is critical in acute medical situations like post-op recovery. TE Connectivity’s (TE) Surface Mounted Technology (SMT) optical components provide leading accuracy in oxygen level detection. With more than 27 years of proven reliability and expertise, TE has designed SMT sensors with best-in-class flexibility to accommodate multiple wavelength options. Our ability to provide both components and complete sensor packages makes us a leading choice for pulse oximetry applications that require high degrees of precision, durability and performance. Emitter Assembly ELM-5000 series are specially designed for medical applications where selection of peak wavelength and reflow solderability are key requirements. Emission source material is GaAIAs in conjunction with GaAIP complete with clear epoxy lens.
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