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BioHarness Telemetry & Logging Systems

Lightweight, Portable Data Logger and Telemetry System

Ideal logging/live view solution for wide variety of environments

Wirelessly log or live view high-quality data

Data Logger and Telemetry Physiology Monitoring System
Part #: BioHarness, BioHarness-5

BioHarness™ with AcqKnowledge® software is a state-of-the-art lightweight portable biological data logger and telemetry system. It monitors, analyzes and records a variety of physiological parameters including ECG, respiration, posture, and acceleration. BioHarness applications include physiology, psychology, psychophysiology, exercise physiology, ergonomics, human factors, and more.

Intuitive, Elegant AcqKnowledge Software

Powerful automated analysis for ECG, HRV, EEG, EMG, EGG, and many more. Instantly & easily view, measure, analyze, and transform data.

Ideal for experiments with multiple subjects, high activity

Wireless functionality, small form factor. Color-coded displays, monitoring of up to 50 subjects.

Easy Setup, Comfortable for Subjects

Unobtrusive; fabric-based, dry contacts—no skin breakdown. Washable.

BioHarness Data Logger and Wireless Physiology
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The BioHarness operates in Bluetooth transmitting mode for live viewing of data or data logging mode. In the data logging mode, the BioHarness logs the data for later download to the AcqKnowledgeTM software using the USB docking and charging cradle that comes with the system. A specially-licensed version of AcqKnowledge is included and required when used with BioHarness.

BioHarness Data Channels

  • ECG – Raw
  • Breathing
  • RR Interval
  • Heart Rate
  • Respiration Rate
  • Posture
  • Vector Magnitude
  • Peak Acceleration
  • Breathing Wave Amplitude
  • X axis acceleration min
  • X axis acceleration peak
  • Y axis acceleration min
  • Y axis acceleration peak
  • Z axis acceleration peak
  • Z axis acceleration min
 Live data viewing features include a variety of selectable waveforms and trend data including
  • ECG
  • Heart Rate
  • RR values
  • Respiration
  • Tri-axial accelermeter (X, Y & Z)
  • Activity level
  • Posture (attitude of device in degrees from vertical)
BioHarness with AcqKnowledge

See Support tab above for white papers on detecting ventilatory threshold, comparison to a spirometer, and validation against a 3-lead ECG.

Note: BioHarness requires a computer with integrated Bluetooth or an external USB Bluetooth dongle (not included with system purchase).

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