AngelSounds Jumper Fetal Doppler JPD-100S in Pink
The Angelsounds JPD-100S Pocket Fetal Doppler is a portable fetal doppler that allows a mother-to-be to listen to their unborn child's first heartbeats. This battery-operated device is suitable for prenatal heartbeat monitoring from the comfort and privacy of one's own home. Using this home doppler does not require the application of ultrasound gel to detect fetal heartbeat sounds, reducing cost and maintenance when regularly using the JPD-100S.
The heartbeat monitor's audio signal has adjustable volume and digital output for compatibility with external headphones, providing simple auscultation with higher clarity when listening. With the headphone jack and included recording cable, users can link the monitor to a recording device for saving a baby's heartbeat recording to CD, MP3, a PC, a cell phone, or another storage medium of their choice to share the happiness with their friends and family members.
This genuine Angelsounds Fetal Doppler Baby Heart Rate Monitor is the perfect way to listen to your baby's heartbeat right at home. Now all mothers can enjoy the pleasure of listening to their baby's heart right in the comfort of their own home.
What is a Fetal Doppler?
Many expectant mothers worry about their unborn babies during pregnancy, and it can be reassuring to buy a fetal doppler system. This popular Angelsounds fetal doppler model includes the necessary items to begin listening to heartbeat sounds and comes factory-direct from BestMedicalDirect.
A Fetal Doppler is a device used to monitor a baby's heart rate throughout pregnancy. The device is non-invasive, which makes it a good safety choice for all pregnant mothers. The heart rate is measured using the doppler effect, emitting and receiving ultrasonic sound waves to monitor shifts in the pitch of the sound waves. As every returning sound wave is measured, the speakers on the heart monitor output the heartbeat sounds.
Ideal Times to Search for a Heartbeat
An embryo's heart begins beating around 22 days after conception, but it takes much longer for doctors and parents to be able to listen to the heartbeat. Between the 9th to 12th weeks of pregnancy, most fetal dopplers can pick up heartbeat sounds and tones. Some heartbeats may be hard to find, and this is perfectly normal. Just be patient and try more areas around the belly, then eventually, you will hear it!
About the Angelsounds Doppler
The Angelsounds Fetal Doppler is simple to use. The mother (or father) begins by pressing the device probe against the abdomen, puts on the headphones, and turns it on to hear the baby's heart beating. It comes equipped with headphones and a recording cable so that mothers can record the baby's heartbeat to a computer.
Recording Sounds Off the Doppler
To record the baby's heartbeat, mothers can plug the recording cable into either of the headphone sockets on the doppler. The opposite cable end then plugs into the microphone socket on a computer. Mothers can plug headphones into the other socket to listen to the heartbeat while recording. Press the doppler probe against the abdomen and turn on the Angelsounds device. Using recording software on the computer, press the "Record" button, and the computer will begin recording the baby's heartbeat.
- Listen and record your unborn baby's heartbeat
- Can be used with or without gel. Works just fine with baby oil or most body wash gels
- Record your heartbeat and play it back to a newborn for a calming effect
- E-mail the baby's sounds to your friends and your family
- Record your baby's heartbeat as a treasured remembrance
- Detailed instruction book for first-time mothers
Care and Usage Notes
- Doppler Fetal Heart Beat Monitor
- Recording Cable
- User Manual
- Free Ultrasound Gel
For users of Windows XP and Win7: You can use a sound recorder in the Windows OS to record your baby's heartbeat. Click Start, select programs, go to accessory, then select entertainment, and you will see the Sound Recorder application.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can this Doppler heart rate monitor be used on any heart?
Yes. Of course, the primary function of this doppler heart rate monitor is to be able to listen to a baby's heartbeat, but users can still use it to listen to the heart of a child or adult as well.
This product is not a diagnostic instrument. It is not an approved device for the treatment or prevention of medical conditions. All activity that is monitored and viewed with the device should not be considered a medical conclusion. The use of the machine provides audio and heart rate value that is for non-medical purposes only. For questions regarding medical conditions, please consult with a medical health professional.
|Description: Genuine Angelsounds brand Baby Heart Rate Monitor
|Working Frequency: 2.0MHz (+/-)10%
|Ultrasonic Output Intensity: Ista <5 mW/cm2
|Working Mode: Continuous Wave Doppler
|Effective Radiating Area of Transducer: 208mm2 (+/-)15%
|FHR Measuring Range: 50bpm - 240bpm
|FHR Resolution: 1bpm
|FHR Accuracy: (+/-)2bpm
|On Board Controls: Speaker, 3.5mm Jack Input, Volume Control, ON/OFF Power Button
|Power Source: One 9V dry cell battery
|Will start clearly detecting baby heartbeat near the 12th week of pregnancy
|Safety: Complies with IEC 60601-1:1988, A1:1991, A2:1995
|For home use, FDA approved and CE marked
|FDA 510K number: : K110124
|Ultrasound Frequency: 3.0MHz
|Battery Voltage: 9V, IEC6F22 9V alkaline
|Ultrasonic Emitting Power: Less than 10mW/cm2
|Overall sensitivity at the distances 200mm from the face of the transducer greater than 90dB
|Spatial-peak temporal-peak acoustic pressure less than 8.6kPa
|Output Power: Less than 0.2W
|Effective Area of the Ultrasonic Transducer Active Element: 5.3cm2 (+/-)20%
|Audio Output Power: Less than 0.2W
|Audio Out Socket: 3.5mm in diameter
|Product Dimensions: 20 x 7 x 14.8 cm (7.8 x 1.8 x 5.8 inch)
|1 Year Warranty