Finger Pulse Sensor
The Finger Pulse Sensor uses a piezo-electric element to convert force applied to the active surface of the transducer into an electrical analog signal.
The Finger Pulse Sensor uses a piezo-electric element to convert force applied to the active surface of the transducer into an electrical analog signal. They are ideal for use in the classroom to study heart rate.
- Connects directly to Lt via USB connection with a Windows-based laptop or desktop computer
- The transducer is kept in place using a hook-and-loop fastener around the finger when measuring finger pulse
- Detects expansion and contraction of the finger circumference, due to changes in blood pressure
- Typical output is 100 mV output for finger pulse (ranges from 20 mV to 500 mV depending on person)
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