Aithre Illyrian (iLLyrian) Headset Oximeter - With iOS App - White (BETA UNITS)


Regular price $150.00

BETA UNITS

We have been developing this technology for many years and are getting closer to final products.  Select pilots and companies have been flying with our prototypes and we continue to make improvements and adjustments based on feedback.  We will be delivering the next limited batch of 10 beta units in the coming weeks and are accepting orders for those now.  

In exchange for being a beta customer, you will get a free exchange of the final product when those are available.  

HOW IT WORKS

The Illyrian is a 3 foot USB cable with a low profile sensor pad on the end that fits on the bottom portion of the aviation headset cushion.  The USB is used only for 5 volt power (e.g., using a portable power bank or dedicated 5V plug).  When the cushion is worn, the sensor pad obtains heart rate and SPO2 values from the skin under the earlobe in real-time and on a continuous ongoing basis.  The data is broadcast wirelessly via BLE to our Aithre Connect iOS app, including the companion WatchOS application.    

MONITOR HEALTH OF ALL PASSENGERS

You can place an Illyrian in the headset of each passenger to centrally monitor passenger SPO2 and BPM on the app.  Simply order multiple Illyrians and then name them in the app when they are first turned on.  

CARBON MONOXIDE AND OXYGEN TANK PRESSURE INTEGRATION

The Illyrian works in conjunction with the Aithre Shield, Shield EX, and Aithre Altus to provide carbon monoxide and portable tank pressure on the same iOS Aithre Connect application.

AVIONICS INTEGRATION - AITHRE SHIELD EX 3.0 REQUIRED

The Illyrian works with the Aithre Shield EX 3.0 and communicates pilot blood oxygen levels wirelessly to the EX 3.0.  The EX 3.0 then outputs CO, Tank PSI (wirelessly received from the Altus), and pilot SPO2 directly to the EFIS via simple analog voltage inputs.  The EX 3.0 is currently fully compatible with Dynon Skyview and Garmin G3x.  Advanced Flight Systems supports only CO and Tank PSI inputs currently and not SPO2.