Non Log Pulse Meter


Product Code: 708-SC00832

A simple tool for monitoring pulse rate and oxygen levels, tailored for educational settings.

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£42.83 ex VAT

Why you'll love this product

Ease of Use

This device provides clear, dependable results, ensuring ease of use for children during science experiments, making learning both enjoyable and informative.

Pulse Rate Measurement

This tool accurately measures pulse rates, enables observation and analysis in educational settings, particularly during physical activities.

Oxygen Level Monitoring

It effectively measures oxygen levels in the blood and provides data for understanding human biology in science lessons.

Compact Design

With dimensions of H2.5 x W5 x L7.5cm, the compact design facilitates easy storage and portability for classroom use.

Supports Year 6 Science

Aligned with the Year 6 Science curriculum, it helps children identify and understand the functions of the human circulatory system through practical observation.

Non Log Pulse Meter

A simple tool for monitoring pulse rate and oxygen levels, tailored for educational settings.


  • This educational pulse oximeter is designed for children to explore human physiology effectively by monitoring pulse rates and oxygen saturation with just a simple placement on the finger. It offers a hands-on approach to learning about the circulatory system, demonstrating live changes in the body during exercises or rest.

  • The device is ideal for teaching scientific principles by aiding in systematic observations and measurements. Children learn precision by taking repeated readings and comparing data, fostering an environment of enquiry-based learning.

  • Apart from enhancing science lessons, the oximeter, with its compact and robust design, serves as a reliable resource for demonstrating scientific concepts. It effectively supports the curriculum by making abstract concepts tangible, enhancing both teaching and learning experiences.

Supports the National Curriculum

Science, Year 6, Animals, including Humans

Identify and name the main parts of the human circulatory system, and describe the functions of the heart, blood vessels and blood.

Science, Lower Key Stage 2, Working Scientifically

Making systematic and careful observations and, where appropriate, taking accurate measurements using standard units, using a range of equipment, including thermometers and data loggers.

Science, Upper Key Stage 2, Working Scientifically

Taking measurements, using a range of scientific equipment, with increasing accuracy and precision, taking repeat readings when appropriate.

Technical Summary


    Age Range

  • Suitable for 5 to 11 years

Size and measurements


  • 2.5 cm

  • Length

  • 7.5 cm

  • Width

  • 5 cm

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