What is Electrocardiography (ECG/EKG)?
Electrocardiography (ECG or EKG) studies the heart's electrical activity produced during myocardial contraction and relaxation, usually recorded by electrodes on the skin. ECG signals are recorded to examine heart rate, heart rate variability, analysis of the waveform morphology, arrhythmia and other similar functions.
We offer a range of Bio Amps for recording ECG signals that are tested and certified for use in human subjects.
Products and Solutions
For ECG recording, our single, dual and octal Bio Amps are tested to meet the standards for certified patient isolation.
Record and analyze your ECG data within a single, streamlined system. Bio Amps interface seamlessly with PowerLab for high quality signal acquisition, with data flowing directly into LabChart for analysis, with specialized features and modules including the ECG Analysis Add-On and Heart Rate Variability Add-On designed for the analysis of signals from humans.
All of our hardware recommended for human use is backed by the appropriate safety certification standards. More information on safety standards.
Flexible Data Acquisition
ADInstruments systems provide an integrated solution to advance life science research. With the combination of LabChart or LabChart Lightning analysis software and a PowerLab data acquisition unit, you have the flexibility to collect and synchronize a wide range of signals for analysis. We also offer a range of LabChart compatible solutions able to stream directly in LabChart.
All your analysis in one place
LabChart software is designed specifically for life science data and provides up to 32 channels for data display and analysis options that are powerful and easy to use. With auto-recognition of ADI and LabChart Compatible hardware, multi-window views, one touch recording, simultaneous recording from multiple devices, specialized preconfigured settings, easy sharing options and an interface that can be customized to show only the features you want to use.
Features and Add-Ons
Additional acquisition and analysis options to support your Electrocardiography (ECG/EKG) analysis: