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Thinklabs One Digital Stethoscope
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Thinklabs One Digital Stethoscope

The Thinklabs One Digital Stethoscope is the smallest, most powerful stethoscope in the world that fits in the palm of your hand. With amplification over 100X and the ability to connect audio headphones of your choice, you get better sound, more comfort and a more compact stethoscope.

 

The Thinklabs One has been designed for high power output with dedicated headphone amplifiers, one for each channel. Voltage doubling charge pumps provide extra headroom for low distortion reproduction of S1 and S2 heartbeat peaks. Headphone amplifiers have sufficient power to drive low-impedance audio headphones producing 45.2mWatts. Many stethoscopes operate on lower voltage, use a single amplifier and high impedance speaker that results in clipped heartbeats at lower power output. The One allows you to listen with multiple filter choices. You can set two ‘favourites’ making selection of your two most used settings quick and easy. Ranging in very low frequency (low pitched sounds such as S3) to higher frequencies (lung sounds) and those in between.

 

The One uses a rechargeable Lithium Ion battery, which can be charged using a USB-style charger or a 100-240V world-wide AC charger. The battery has been designed to require only one or two charges per week, allowing 100-125 patient exams per charge. The built-in battery indicator indicates remaining battery capacity.

 

Record and share sounds like never before, using the Visionflex ProEX telehealth devices, your mobile or laptop device to capture and send sounds via iPhone, iPad, Android devices and Mac/PC. Easily switch between listening to patients or playback recordings.