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Isotonic Contraction

tri-axial acceleromter

Examine muscle groups for isotonic performance by placing the TSD109 accelerometer on a target limb actively hoisting weights of specific sizes. The accelerometer records the precise time the weight moves, and the subsequent acceleration of that movement.

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TSD121C Hnad Dynamomter with holes to mount pull assemblyFor isometric to isotonic transition investigations, use the TSD121C Hand Dynamometer with your own pull assembly mounted to the holes. Place the dynamometer in-line between the weight to be hoisted and the target limb. As the weight is lifted, the hand dynamometer will measure the applied lifting and transition forces, while the accelerometer indicates the transition timing.

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