Mediaus Accur 8 TGA Approved Blood Pressure Monitor (Wrist)



The ACCUR 8 Blood Pressure Monitor for Wrist, included as a CLASS IIa medical device on the ARTG, is small, simple to use, and provides you with accurate blood pressure readings instantly!

Simply place it on your wrist and turn on! The ACCUR 8 Blood pressure monitor also comes with a Voice prompt feature making it quicker and even more simple for anyone to operate as well as innovative Colour Indication Technology.

If the Display on the monitor is Green, it means that your blood pressure is healthy, if your blood pressure is more high than normal it will display Yellow. And if your pressure is hypertensive it will turn Red.


  • Easy to read backlit LCD display
  • Colour indication technology
  • Voice prompt
  • Stores up-to 90 readings for 2 people
  • TGA Approved ARTG ID: 349934


Display: LCD digital display

Measuring Principal: Oscillometric Method

Measuring Localisation: Wrist

Measurement Range: SYS: 40-240mmHg

DIA: 15-160mmHg

Pulse: 40-199 per/min

Accuracy: Pressure: ±3mmHg

Pulse: ±5% of reading

LCD indication: Pressure: 3 digits display mmHg

Pulse: 3 digits display

Symbol: Memory / heartbeat / Low battery

Memory Function: 2 x 90 set memory of measurement of measurement values

Power source: 2pcs AAA alkaline battery (batteries included)

Automatic Power Off: In 1 minute

Main Unit Weight: Approximately 101 g (Without batteries)

Main Unit Size: W 6.8 x L 6.8 x H 3 cm

Main Unit Lifetime: 10,000 times under normal use

Battery life: Could be used for 300 times for normal condition

Accessories: Cuff, Instruction Manual

Operating Environment: Temperature: 5~40 degrees C

Humidity: 15%~93%RH

Storage Environment: Air pressure: 86kPa~106kPa

Temperature: -25~70 degrees C

Humidity: 93%RH

Weight N/A

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