Bio-Sensor Package –Consist of :
1. EKG Sensor– The EKG Sensor measures cardiac electrical potential waveforms (voltages produced during the contraction of the heart). It can be used to make standard 3-lead EKG tracings to record electrical activity in the heart, or to collect surface EMG recordings to study contractions in muscles in your arm, leg or jaw. Offset: ~1.00 V (±0.3 V), Gain: 1 mV body potential / 1 V sensor output
2. Hand Dynamometer: This strain-gauge based isometric Hand Dynamometer can be used to measure grip strength, pinch strength, and to perform muscle fatigue studies. Use the hand dynamometer with other sensors (e.g., EKG Sensor) to study muscular health and activity. Accuracy: ±0.6 N, Power: 7 mA @ 5VDC, Typical Resolution: 0.2141 N, Safety range (maximum force without damage done to sensor): 0 to 900 N Operational range: 0 to 600 N
3. USB Digital Microscope: This 5 megapixel camera connects to a computer or Chromebook via USB. It features 10–300X magnification with manual focus and an adjustable LED light source. Resolution: 5 megapixel (2592 x 1944 pixels), Sensor type: CMOS, Magnification: 10-300X, Video: 30 fps at VGA resolution (640 x 480), Focus Range: 10-150 mm, Light Source: 8 LEDs with adjustable brightness, USB cable length: 2 m
4. Respiration Belt: The Go Direct Respiration Belt measures human respiration rate. It connects via Bluetooth® wireless technology or via USB to your device. Range: 0–50 N, Resolution: 0.01 N, Response time: 50 ms, Respiration rate calculation: Sample window: 30 s, Advance interval: 10 s, Step rate calculation: Sample window: 10 s, Advance interval: 10 s, Maximum chest circumference: 140 cm, Connections: Wireless: Bluetooth/Wired: USB
5. Blood Pressure Sensor: Blood Pressure Sensor is a non-invasive sensor designed to measure human blood pressure. It measures systolic, diastolic and mean arterial pressure utilizing the oscillometric method. Pulse rate is also reported. Pressure range: 0 mmHg to 258 mmHg, Maximum pressure without permanent damage: 1550 mmHg, Typical accuracy: ±1 mmHg, Temperature compensated: -20°C to 85°C, Sensing element: SSCMRRN005PGAA5, Combined linearity and hysteresis: typical ±0.25%, Response time: 1 millisecond
6. Hand-Grip Heart Rate Monitor: The Hand-Grip Heart Rate Monitor is ideal for continuously monitoring heart rate before, during, and after exercise or while a person is stationary. Battery Type: CR 2025 (user-replaceable), Battery Lifetime: 200 hrs, Operating Temperature: -10 to 50°C, Radios: Bluetooth and 5 kHz RF transmission, Wireless range: RF Transmission: 80 to 100 cm, Bluetooth: 10 m or more unobstructed
7. Exercise Heart Rate Monitor: The Exercise Heart Rate Monitor is an excellent hands-free option for continuously monitoring heart rate before, during, and after exercise or while a person is stationary. Battery Type: CR 2025 (user-replaceable), Battery Lifetime: 200 hrs, Operating Temperature: -10 to 50°C, Radios: Bluetooth and 5 kHz RF transmission, Wireless range: RF Transmission: 80 to 100 cm; Bluetooth: 10 m or more unobstructed
8. Spirometer :The Spirometer is designed to make human respiratory measurements at rest and during moderate activity. Use it to perform a variety of experiments related to air flow and lung volume. The removable flow head (22 mm ID/30 mm OD) makes it easy to clean and sterilize. Flow rate: ±10 L/s, Dead Space: 93 mL, Nominal Output: 128 mV/[L/s], Detachable Flow Head: Dimensions: 80.5 mm (diameter) × 101.5 mm (length), Mass: 80 g, Construction: Clear acrylic plastic; Handle: Dimensions: 127 mm × 23 mm × 35 mm, Mass: 85 g, Construction: Black ABS plastic; Cable length: 1.5 meters
9. Reflex Hammer Accessory Kit: The Reflex Hammer Accessory Kit converts your force sensor into a reflex hammer. Use it to capture the strike of the hammer on a tendon. When used with an EKG sensor to record EMGs, students can study reflexes. By comparing the timing of the strike to the timing of the muscle activity, students can calculate the time required for a reflex to occur.
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