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Wireless Heel/Toe Strike Transducer – BioNomadix

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Heel/Toe Strike Transducer - Wireless BioNomadix
Part #: BN-STRIKE-XDCR

This BioNomadix transducer will record heel and toe strike activity as the subject walks. It includes a Heel/Toe Strike sensor (RX111) with an adapter cable to interface with the BioNomadix Strike Transmitter, which can be comfortably strapped to the subject’s ankle for wireless data transmission.

It uses two force sensitive resistors (FSR); typically, one FSR is attached to the sole of a shoe at the heel and the other FSR is attached at the toes. The FSRs indicate the precise pressure placed on the heel and on the toe as the subject walks.

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Part #: BN-STRIKE-XDCR
Categories: BioNomadix Wireless Wearable Physiology - Research
Subcategories: Transducers - Research

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  • Heel/toe strike data is recorded on two analog input channels (one for heel strike, one for toe strike).
  • Use two BN-STRIKE-XDCR transducers (four channels) to record from both feet simultaneously.
  • Order replacement sensors as RX111.

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