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

Specifications

User’s Guide

Sensor Channels
1x EKG, up to 6x IMU

Reference Type
Dual on-board stabilizing reference

Inter-Electrode Spacing
User Defined

Size (Body)
27 x 46 x 13 mm

Mass
19 g

Cable Lengths
N/A

Operating Range
40 m in RF mode
Host Dependent/unlimited datalogger

Wireless Protocol
-2.400-2.483 GHz ISM Band, Proprietary RF Protocol
-BLE V4.2

EKG Bandwidth
2-30 Hz

EKG Sampling Rate (Max)
4370 sa/sec

Accelerometer Sampling Rate (Max)
963 sa/sec

Gyroscope Sampling Rate (Max)
741 sa/sec

Orientation Sampling Rate (Max)
222 sa/sec

Sensor Resolution
16 bits

EKG Input Range
11 mV / 22 mV rti

CMRR
< -80 dB

Battery Life
Up to 8 hours

Recharge Time (typical)
2.5 hours

Inter-Sensor Latency
< 1 sampling period

EMG Analog Output Delay
48 ms Fixed

ACC/Gyro Analog Output Delay
96 ms Fixed

On-Board EKG Filter
Butterworth bandpass (40/80 dB/Dec)

Real-Time IMU Orientation Filter
Quaternions or RPY (selectable)

Material
Medical Grade Polycarbonate

Seal and Protection
UV-sealed to prevent moisture from entering the sensor & to enhance patient safety

Patents
Protected by one or more of the following Patents 6480731, 6238338, 6440067, 9351559, 8971983, EP1070479