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15 Jul 2022

WhaleTeq launches the AED NB-IoT Module WAIOT-N for remotely monitoring the status of AEDs

An AED (Automated External Defibrillator), which is often seen in public places, is the key to saving lives in an emergency. It usually has a self-test function performed every day to confirm whether the AED can operate normally. However, a massive amount of AEDs means their installation sites are widely distributed. Confirming the self-test results one by one every day is not only labor-intensive but also unable to respond to abnormal status immediately, not even able to take records at any time. To solve the problems on AED self-test management, Taiwan's professional test solution provider — WhaleTeq announced today (15) the launch of the AED NB-IoT Module WAIOT-N for monitoring AED status and self-test results.


The WhaleTeq AED NB-IoT Module WAIOT-N includes the main unit and the IoT bridge, which can be installed in the AED cabinet, allowing users to remotely monitor the AEDs with NB-IoT (Narrowband Internet of Things) technology and eliminate the need to check self-test results on-site. The WAIOT-N main unit receives the audio frequencies of the AED's daily self-test results, and automatically identifies the results represented by the audio frequencies; when used with the IoT bridge, it can detect the opening and closing of the AED cabinet, whether the AED is in the cabinet, etc. The self-test results and AED status will be uploaded to the user-owned management system or the WhaleTeq AED Intelligent Management System (AIMS) in real time, so users can know the AED operation status instantly and establish digital records.


By using the WAIOT-N with the WhaleTeq AIMS, users can keep up with the current status of all AEDs through the display of lists and different lights. In addition to early finding out AEDs that need further inspection and maintenance, they can also immediately notify on-site personnel to confirm the status of AEDs. In the future, the WAIOT-N can integrate with different emergency systems to remotely activate the buzzer of the cabinet to tell rescuers where the AED is and assist them in seizing the prime time for first aid.


The AIMS is an after-sales intelligent management system developed by WhaleTeq for AED distributors, maintainers, and leasers. It can record AED inspection data, abnormal status notifications, and other information for the long term to ensure AED availability. The WAIOT-N launched this time works with the AIMS to reduce the risk that there may be no manual records and reports after the AED self-test abnormality is issued, and establish a tracking system and AED self-test result history.


WhaleTeq provides the WAIOT-N and AED-related management and test products to meet the needs of research and development, production, and after-sales services on AEDs; and aims to assist medical device manufacturers and maintainers in focusing on developing products and providing services with quality assurance and maintenance efficiency improvement.

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10 Jun 2022

WhaleTeq Launches PPG-2TF-660, a First-Ever Transmittance SpO2 Performance Tester Designed for R&D

A finger clip oximeter can measure blood oxygen saturation in a short period of time, which helps us get a preliminary understanding of our own health. However, have you ever had any idea on how much testing and verification does an oximeter need to ensure its accuracy and precision before launch? Taiwan's professional test solution provider- WhaleTeq has targeted the oximeter market, and today (10) announcing the launch of the world's first transmittance SpO2 performance tester PPG-2TF-660, specially designed for oximeters.

WhaleTeq latest product PPG-2TF-660 provides a solution to the difficulties that oximeter manufacturers may face. It can simulate the output of red light and infrared light analog signal to test heart rate and blood oxygen saturation (SpO2) function; provides transmission rates that simulate 5 finger types varying on color brightness and thickness, and neonatal foot test mode for measuring newborns; simulates 14 types of indoor and outdoor ambient light signals. It’s suitable for the development of transmittance PPG products such as finger clip oximeters and patient monitors to test performance.

The PPG-2TF-660 works with the AECG100 main console (vital signs multifunction simulator) and software, as the first transmittance SpO2 performance tester designed for R&D in oximeter manufacturers. It can be used to test heart rate, PPG, PWTT and SpO2, and can arbitrarily and greatly adjust SpO2 parameters, including R /IR AC, DC, PI values to confirm the accuracy of the oximeter.

In order to facilitate users to perform automated testing, WhaleTeq provides SDK (Software Development Kit), which supports a variety of platforms, including Windows, Linux, Raspberry Pi, etc., for users to write automated testing software to further improve testing efficiency. At the same time, in order to speed up the development process, the PPG-2TF-660 can play raw data for repeated verification, and reproduce the clinical recording or customized waveforms.

AECG100, a vital signs multifunction simulator, is specially designed by WhaleTeq for wearable devices. By connecting different optical modules, heart rate, PPG, and reflective SpO2 tests can be performed. The PPG-2TF-660 transmittance SpO2 performance tester launched this time can further improve the functions of AECG100 and meet the needs of more medical manufacturers to develop products.

For many years, WhaleTeq has been deeply engaged in the field of medical device testing solutions. WhaleTeq understands the testing needs of medical device manufacturers when developing products, hoping to help them focus on product research and development, and thus launch their medical devices in a more efficient way.

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