HeartSensor HRS-07UE USB Ear-Clip Pulse Wave Sensor
Ear-clip pulse wave sensor specifically designed for low-cost health and fitness applications
Photoplethysmograph (PPG) type sensor placed on an earlobe
HeartSensor HRS-07UЕ is the smallest ear-clip sensor specifically designed for long-term pulse measurement. Being placed on earlobe it does not restrict users keeping their hands free during signal recording. Its thin and light USB cable does not pull earlobe down and allows moving in near proximity to PC. Its low cost and high quality of pulse measurement makes it suitable for consumer health and fitness applications.
- Compact and elegant design
- Easy-to-use and comfortable for extended wear
- Very light, thin and durable USB cable
- Fully digital high-precision pulse wave measurement
- High-quality light interference suppression
- Real-time pulse wave recording
- Built-in heart rate calculation
- No battery required, powered from USB port
|Weight (with cable)||0.4 oz (11.5 g)|
|Dimensions||1.2 x 0.7 x 0.4 in
(30 x 17 x 11 mm)
|Signal Bandwith||0.5 - 30 Hz|
|A/D conversion||16 bit|
|Sampling rate||300 Hz|
|Housing||Stable easily cleanable ABS plastic|
|Operating temperature||50 … 104F (+10 ~ +40 C)|
Software Development Kit (SDK)
SDK for the HeartSensor HRS-07UE device allows for quick and seamless integration of the heart rate monitoring functionality with custom applications and solutions.
The Heart Sensor HRS-07UE SDK enables software developers creating custom solutions without any special knowledge of biomedical measurements. It provides you with real-time digital pulse wave signal as well as stream of instantaneous heartbeat intervals.
The Heart Sensor HRS-07UE SDK includes:
- Sensor technical description
- Programmer's guide
- API Library for Windows
- Demo application source code
These materials provide everything needed to integrate our sensors into your custom software solutions for Windows platform.
Our staff is always available for technical assistance should you have any need for help with software development or device integration.