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BIOPAC Telemetry on National Geographic

BIOPAC's TEL100C remote monitoring system was used for the “Super Strength” episode on the National Geographic Channel.

The episode features Mark Phillipe—an America's Strongest Man winner—pulling a truck that is 85 times his weight while BIOPAC equipment measures his muscle activity, breath-by-breath ventilation rate, heart rate, and load cell signal.

TEL100C on National Geographic Channel

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