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Trigno™ EKG Biofeedback Sensor2019-03-27T11:21:52-04:00

Trigno EKG Biofeedback Sensor

Add EKG signal recording to your physiological measurements

This biofeedback sensor is ideal for research involving physical activity, such as studies for childhood obesity, home monitoring and performance athletics. The onboard accelerometer can be used to gauge body movements or to identify subtle chest movements corresponding with breathing rate.

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Trigno EKG Biofeedback Sensor

Connects to industry standard snap lead electrodes

Easy processing of heart rate, variability and similar functions

Built-in triaxial accelerometer

2.4 GHz transmission

Trigno EKG Biofeedback Sensor

Specifications

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User’s Guide

Typical Operating Range
20 m

RF Frequency Band
2400-2483 MHz (ISM band)

Power Consumption
<65 mW

Effective Radiated Power
9 mW

RF Protocol
Proprietary

Enclosure Dimension (main sensor)
27 x 37 x 15 mm

Snap Lead Length
127 mm, 203 mm

Full-charge Operation Time
7 hours (typical)

Recharge Time
<2.5 hours

Auto Shut-down timer
300 seconds

Temperature Range
5 – 40 degrees Celsius

Signal Range
12 mV (r.t.i)

EKG Channel Bandwidth
2 ± 5 Hz, 20 dB/dec
30 ± 5 Hz, >80 dB/dec

EKG Channel Sampling Period
27/52 ms

EKG Channel Resolution Depth
16 bits

EKG Channel Noise
<0.75 uV (rms), r.t.i

ACC Channels Bandwidths
DC – 50 ± 5 Hz, 20 dB/dec

Accelerometer Sampling Period
6.75 ms/axis

Accelerometer Resolution Depth
10 bits

Accelerometer Noise
0.004g (rms, ± 1.5g)
0.016g (rms, ± 6g)