1992 – BR-102: small, light, quiet, powerful


This is also SCHILLER: In 1992, the revolutionary BR-102 blood pressure monitor was introduced to the market as a new lightweight device.


The BR-102 provided reliable data, had an LCD display and an alphanumeric keypad with direct functions and was a standalone unit. It could be used anywhere but could also be connected to a printer or PC.

An excerpt from the advertising of the time gives an idea of what a technical achievement the SCHILLER BR-102 was.

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