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Record Physiology Anywhere with new BioShirt and Upgraded TEAM Systems

BIOPAC is excited to present two new products to expand your research. These are made for wireless, wearable data reading and acquisition, allowing for physiology research where, when, and how you want it.BioShirt wireless ECG and respiration

BioNomadix BioShirtThe lightweight, comfortable Smart shirt simultaneously acquires ECG and Respiration data while subjects roam freely. BioNomadix BioShirt contains a respiration sensor and fabric electrodes within the shirt to wirelessly record both respiration and ECG while ambulatory subjects move freely and perform tasks in short or long-term studies, in the lab, or in the real world, no extra electrodes required. The subject pulls the shirt on and attaches the BioNomadix transmitter to record both ECG and respiration for heart rate variability, respiratory sinus arrhythmia, and ECG and respiration analysis. The smart electrodes and fabric sensor replace adhesive electrodes and respiration belts to significantly improve subject comfort. The shirt connects to a wireless BioNomadix BN-RSPEC Respiration & ECG Transmitter that is placed in a small pocket on the front of the BioShirt.

TEAMSystem with Zephyr BioModuel and OmniSenseUpgraded TEAM SystemThe newly upgraded TEAM System allows you to simultaneously monitor multiple subjects in real time with options up to 10, 30, or 50 subjects. Monitor multiple subjects in real time, anywhere in a stadium, field or other wide-area setting. Each subject wears a BioHarness system that telemeters heart rate, respiration rate, temperature, posture, activity, and acceleration back to a central TEAM central recording station.

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