Wireless Body Analysis Scale
- Model: HS5
- Classification: Internally powered, Type BF applied part
- Wireless communication: WiFi
- Measuring method: Automatic full electronic measurement
- Machine size: 14.96” x 12.20” x 1.38” (380 mm × 310 mm × 35 mm)
- Weight: 3.3 lbs/1.5 kg (excluding battery)
- Power: 4 × 1.5V AA batteries
Range & Accuracy
- Body weight range: 11 lb – 330 lb/ 5-150 kg
- Body fat measurement range: 5%-65%
- Body water measurement range: 20%-85%
- Visceral fat rating range: 1-59
- Body weight: ±1.1lbs (11lbs~88lbs); ±(1%+0.2lbs) (8~330lbs); ±0.5kg (5kg~40kg); ±(1%+0.1kg)(40kg~150kg)
- Body fat: ±1%
- Body water: ±1%
- Body muscle mass: ±(1% + 0.2 lbs) / ±(1% + 0.1 kg)
- Bones mass: ±0.66lbs / ±0.3 kg
- Visceral fat rating: ±2
- DCI (Daily Calorie Intake): ±200kcal
Operation & Storage
- Operating temperature: 10°C - 35 °C (50°F~95°F)
- Operating humidity: 20 - 85% RH
- Storage and transport temperature: -20°C - 60 °C (-4°F~140°F)
- Storage and transport humidity: 10 - 95% RH
- 1 Wireless Body Analysis Scale
- 4 AA batteries
- 1 User Manual
- 1 Quick Start Guide
Frequently Asked Questions
- How does the iHealth Wireless Body Analysis Scale work?
iHealth Wireless Body Analysis uses four electronic sensors, as well as a set of proprietary algorithms to measure body composition. By standing still on these sensors with bare feet, the scale can accurately measure 9 different body components. Data is displayed on the scale, and automatically sent wirelessly to the free iHealth MyVitals app, which has personalized health tools to help you get the most out of your data and to better manage your health goal.
- What does the iHealth Wireless Body Analysis Scale measure?
The iHealth Wireless Body Analysis Scale measures 9 different components including body weight, body fat, lean mass, muscle mass, bone mass, body water, daily calorie intake (DCI), and visceral fat rating.
- What is body composition?
In physical fitness, body composition is used to describe the percentages of fat, bone and muscle in human bodies. Because muscular tissue takes up less space in our body than fat tissue, our body composition—as well as our weight—determines leanness.
- What is body fat percentage?
Body fat percentage is the amount of body fat as a proportion of your body weight.
Reducing excess levels of body fat has shown to reduce the risk of certain conditions such as high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes and cancer.
- What is muscle mass and why is it important?
Muscle mass is the total weight of muscle in your body. The muscle mass includes the skeletal, smooth, cardiac muscles and the water contained in these muscles. Muscles play an important role as they act as an engine in consuming energy. As your muscle mass increases, your energy consumption increases helping you reduce excess body fat levels and lose weight in a healthy way.