Measures the pressure in the cuff wrapped on the tested person᾿s arm. Heartbeats affect the blood pressure. That is the reason for the difference between the systolic and diastolic pressure of the tested person. The sensor has three ranges:
- The average pressure in the air pillow in mm HG
- The pressure beats in arbitrary units
- The sum of the two above signals.
This increases sensibility for the required calculations. The NeuLog software extracts systolic and diastolic blood pressure, MAP (mean arterial pressure) blood pressure, and heartbeat rate from the blood pressure graph.
Plug and play technology allows for an intuitive and easy-to-use data logging platform. Just plug the appropriate logger sensor(s) into the module and begin your simulation. No calibration or setup time required. Use up to 10 sensors per simulation. Sensors convert the measured parameters into a processed value (BPM, mm HG, etc.). Each sensor stores up to five simulations in flash memory. When you are ready, send the data in digital form to your computer or smart device. Sensors accommodate simulations lasting up to 31 days. Module software includes online and offline modes, tables, graphs, data analysis, double axis setup, statistic operations, and mathematical operations. Browser-based software will work on any hardware or software of the future with free upgrades.
NOTE: The wireless or USB module is required to operate any of the sensors. The rechargeable battery module should be used with the wireless module.