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Data Logging

Data Logging for the Life sciences

Record and analyze a variety of physiological parameters in either data logging or telemetry modes

Exercise physiology, psychophysiology, neuromarketing, and more!

BIOPAC Data Logger

Data logging for the life sciences

BIOPAC® provides a wide range of hardware solutions with data logging options for use in life science research.exercise physiology, psychophysiology, neuromarketing, and more! These systems record and analyze a variety of physiological parameters in either data logging or telemetry modes. Use the hardware with AcqKnowledge® for its wide range of data scoring, measurement and analysis tools, signal conditioning options, stimulus delivery and control functionality, plus synchronization options for stimulus presentation, virtual reality, video monitoring, and GPS tracking.

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Mobita

Compact wearable physiological signal amplifier system that records up to 32 channels of high-fidelity wireless data.

BioNomadix Logger

The perfect tool for applications that demand greater degrees of subject freedom and complex experimental design.

BioHarness

Lightweight portable biological data logger and telemetry system

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Data logging solutions from BIOPAC include:

BioNomadix Logger

The BioNomadix® Logger is the perfect tool for applications that demand greater degrees of subject freedom and complex experimental design. The BioNomadix Logger wireless, wearable physiology data recording system is the industry’s only system that delivers a comprehensive, 24-hour data logging solution in an easy-to-use, easy-to-wear package.

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Get the real-world data your application demands. Wirelessly record physiological data from up to three dual-channel wearable BioNomadix Transmitters plus a built-in accelerometer, as subjects freely and naturally live their lives—the BioNomadix Logger truly delivers “physiology anywhere.” The compact Logger device provides a color display for visual feedback, speaker for auditory feedback, vibration for haptic feedback, voice journal for participant comments, event markers, and alarms.

Mobita

Mobita® is a compact wearable physiological signal amplifier system that records up to 32 channels of high-fidelity wireless data. Data can be recorded live into AcqKnowledge® or logged for later upload. Easily switch between live or logging modes to suit your research protocol. After recording, use the full suite of AcqKnowledge automated routines for data processing, analysis, and reporting. Ideal for 32 channel EEG recordings, medium density EMG recordings, and any biopotential application that demands subject mobility and data logging.

Mobita ConfiCap connection

The system includes the Mobita® hardware unit and choice of one ConfiCapTM from:

    • 32-Channel EEG (MB-20EEG-CAP-A) – includes medium EEG cap with water electrodes – no gel required; other cap sizes available
    • International 10/20 Montage EEG (MB-20EEG-CAP-B) – includes medium EEG cap; other cap sizes available
    • 12 snap fit electrode leads and 20 Touchproof sockets (MB-12+20-CAP) – provides up to 32-channels of your choice

BioHarness

BioHarness™ with AcqKnowledge® software is a lightweight portable biological data logger and telemetry system. Monitor, analyze and record a variety of physiological parameters. BioHarness operates in Bluetooth transmitting mode for live viewing of data or data logging mode. Ideal for exercise physiology, sports conditioning, human factors, public health, and psychological studies.

Data Channels: Breathing. RR Interval, Heart Rate, Respiration Rate, Skin Temperature, Posture, Vector Magnitude, Peak Acceleration, Breathing Wave Amplitude, X/Y/Z-axis acceleration min and peak, and, in live data streaming mode (transmits via RF), raw ECG.

Physiology monitoring system

Data Channels
  • Breathing
  • RR Interval
  • Heart Rate
  • Respiration Rate
  • Skin Temperature
  • Posture
  • Vector Magnitude
  • Peak Acceleration
  • Breathing Wave Amplitude
  • X-axis acceleration min and peak
  • Y-axis acceleration min and peak
  • Z-axis acceleration min and peak

BioHarness™ with AcqKnowledge® also has a live data streaming mode (transmits via RF); the live mode can display raw ECG in addition to the channels listed above.

BioHarness with AcqKnowledge;

Advanced Features Spotlight

wireless physiology logger

Subject Mobility

BIOPAC® has several options that allow for the collection of physiological data from mobile subjects, including wireless BioNomadix® Transmitters/Receivers and Loggers, Mobita® Systems, BioHarness® physiological More...

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Data Logger

BIOPAC offers a variety of logger options with AcqKnowledge® for biopotential data recordings... More...

EMG and Goniometer data

Gait Analysis

Simultaneously acquire up to 16 channels of gait-specific data, including heel-toe, goniometry, accelerometry and more. One setup might incorporate two channels for heel/toe strike timing, ten More...

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