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Hey peeps, i ordered a NONIN Pulse Oximeter from overseas like 5 weeks back.

Attached below is the module specs & technical information:
http://www.nonin.com/documents/OEM%20III%20Module%20Specifications.pdf

After knowing how to connect my Arduino Pro Mini to the Pulse Oximeter module, i realised I do not know how to connect the finger probe to the Pulse Oximeter module.

It is Page 10 under SENSOR CONNECTION. I do not know which pins to connect.

Appreciate lots for your help!!!! smiley
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Can you post a link to the device you are attempting to connect this to?
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Sorry, which link do u need? The finger probe, arduino pro mini or the nonin oem module?
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The finger probe that we will be using will be Nonin 8000J Flex to connect to the Nonin OEM module. I am uncertain of the connections for the finger probe to the OEM module.
Under SENSOR CONNECTION:
J1-01 7 Cable Shield     Cable shield
J1-02 5 Coax Signal      Photo diode signal
J1-04 9 Coax Shield      Photo diode bias
J1-05 6 Green             Sensor type #1 line
J1-06 2 Red                LED drive line
J1-07 3 Black              LED drive line
J1-12 1 Yellow            Sensor type #2/1 wire
These are pins to connect the sensors, so I am not sure whether which pins i should connect it to...

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