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TEAM System – 1 person

Physiology Anywhere, for Groups or Individuals

RF telemetry physiology monitoring system

Simultaneously monitor multiple subjects in real time

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TEAM Physiology Monitoring Starter System
Part #: TEAMSystem - 1A

Ideal for exercise physiology, sports conditioning , human factors, public health, and psychological studies

TEAMSystem-1A is an RF telemetry physiology monitoring system for one person. The TEAM System can be expanded to simultaneously monitor multiple people in real time, anywhere in a stadium, field or other wide-area setting. Each participant wears a BioModule unit that telemeters heart rate, respiration rate, posture, activity, and acceleration back to a central TEAM recording station. A single TEAM recording station can receive data from multiple participants.

TEAMSYSTEM-1A components

1 x TEAM-BASE (includes TEAM ECHO GATE device, and TEAM OMNISENSE software, TEAM1 charger)

1 x TEAM BIOMOD participant module

1 x RXBHSTRAP-S-M (or M-XL by request)

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Ideal for wide-area monitoring

Use in stadium, gym, or athletic field.

Easily monitor multiple subjects

Intuitive, easy to read “dashboard.” Logging or live data.

Comfortable for subjects

Fabric-based dry contacts, small and lightweight, no wires.

TEAM Physiology Monitoring System for 1
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Part #: TEAMSystem - 1A
Categories: Telemetry and Data Logging - Education, TEAM Systems & BioHarness—Physiology on a Strap - Research
Subcategories: TEAM System - multiple subjects - Education, TEAM System - multiple subjects - Research

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Compatibility


BioHarness Smart Fabric Strap for TEAM System physiological monitoring

 • Key TEAM BioHarness™ sensors
– heart rate
– breathing rate (patented)
– activity
– posture

• Radio built in and memory for 24 days
• Works under extreme activity
• Fabric-based, dry contacts—no skin break down
• Comfortable over long periods, washable
• Unobtrusive, light and small
• No wires
• Logging or Radio

• Detect ventilatory (anaerobic) threshold
• Fitness and fatigue using well known methods
– Heart Rate reduction at end of activity
– Anaerobic threshold detection
• Biomechanical markers give context (at rest vs. active)

• Individually configurable thresholds and bio alarm algorithms for prioritization

Real-time physiology monitoring

TEAM status BioGauge

Displays vital signs, fatigue levels and system status
– Green: all is well
– Orange: monitor closely
– Red: person needs attention

Heart Rate (HR) zones at a glance
• HR as % of max
• HR < 65% Green
• HR 65 – 85% Orange
• HR 85 – 100% Red

Breathing Rate (BR) zones at a glance
• BR in relation to ventilatory threshold (Anaerobic threshold)
• BR < VT Green
• BR > VT < 15s Orange
• BR > VT > 15s Red
• VT is set as a default or specific to the individual

Bio Alarms for easy monitoring
• Heat stroke, hydration, over extertion
• Zone Training (HR and BR)
• deeper information on demand
• set thresholds for heart zones and anaerobic threshold

Monitor & Measure

All received data is recorded in the system database against the associated person
• Select sessions and create sub-session or areas of interest with the simple, intuitive interface
• Display time series data quickly and easily
• Monitor multiple people, multiple sessions and multiple variables
• Produce statistical data with a single click
• Summarize sessions and sub-sessions for comparison
– compare individuals or trend analysis for one person over multiple sessions

• Direct access to raw waveforms
• Exports to other analysis programs via CSV

Combine Measures for Valuable Information

HR VT plotHeart Rate alone is not the answer

  • Heart Rate is noisy when activity is high.
  • Heart Rate is shallow so accuracy moves a large amount between zones.
  • Heart is effected by anxiety and stress.
  • Heart Rate is effected by chemicals such as caffeine.
Ventilatorty Threshold - fitness over timeBreathing rate measures metabolic change

  • Accurately measure VT2 (anaerobic threshold).
  • No mask required.
  • Heart Rate at VT2 measures fitness and fatigue.
  • Breathing Rate zones for effective training.
  • Measure during interval training or other activity.

BioHarness activity level

Easily measure heart rate recovery

  • BioHarness™ activity sensor makes recovery period easy to locate
  • HRR is a well known measure of fitness and fatigue.
  • Can also be used to signal thermal stress.

This is an updated version of TEAMSYSTEM-1, which is no longer available.

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

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