Handheld Monitors

Vet1 60V Veterinary Pulse Oximeter


The Vet1 60V Veterinary Pulse Oximeter is an affordable monitor for spot checking, continuous monitoring or recording of SpO2, pulse rate and pulse strength.

The unit can be used on a variety of animals like dogs, cats and horses with adjustable alarm limits as well as visible and audible alarm signals.

3.5’ Large size color touch screen TFT LCD, white LED backlight
• Veterinary Specific Software with feline, canine and equine modes.
• Supplied with a soft touch Tip Clip Sensor
• Automatic
Turn off for power saving.
Uses Lithium battery.
Three measurement modes: spotcheck, monitoring and record.
Silent sleep monitoring, with data storage and automatic power-saving features for critical care patients with 24 hours uninterrupted care.
Expanded heart rate values and veterinary specific SpO2 sensors to accommodate a variety of species.


Additional Features:

Our most popular handheld monitor is a crowd favourite due to it’s compact and handy size that can be used throughout the clinic seamlessly

Masimo Rad-5V Pulse Oximeter


CODE: V1RAD5V – Masimo Rad5V Pulse Ox & Cover – No Sensor

The Masimo Rad5v Pulse Oximeter is commonly used for non-continuous, non-invasive monitoring of functional oxygen saturation of arterial haemoglobin (SpO2). The accuracy and reliability of Masimo pulse oximetry in a compact device is perfect for spot-check, triage and monitoring.



  • Lightweight, handheld device with user-configurable power up default settings
  • Perfusion Index is an assessment of the pulsatile strength at a specific monitoring site (e.g. the hand, finger, or foot), and as such Pi is an indirect and noninvasive measure of peripheral perfusion
  • SmartTone beeps in sync with pulse, even under patient motion conditions
  • Sensitivity options
  • INCLUDED protective boot cover with built-in tabletop stand allows for appropriate use around the clinic
  • Battery life of over 30 hours and runs on 4 AA batteries
  • Audible and visual alarms for High/Low Saturation, Pulse Rate, Sensor Off, and Low Battery