E.C.G Sensor (Electrocardiogram)

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Product Description


Three lead student ECG (Electrocardiogram) sensor to measure the electrical activity of the heart. Can also be used to record surface EMG (muscle contractions).  


Teaching applications:
  • Compare pulse data to heart activity
  • Compare heart activity of resting and active heart
  • PQRST waves and heart activity

Extension and advanced ideas:
  • Measure intervals and durations of PQRST components
  • Combine with pulse waveform and stethoscope sensor data
  • Measure electrical activity of muscle contractions



Download ECG Sensor Manual   Doc No.: DS057 | Issue: 6 



200 to 4,000 µV

  • All ECG and EMG devices are prone to electrical noise, remote battery powered recording is recommended
  • Comes complete with pack of 100 silver chloride gel adhesive patches



ECG/EKG recording (Biology (14-18) eBook)
The ECG sensor produces a simple one channel ECG trace. Use to study the shape and components of the classic ECG trace.

ECG/EKG (continuous measurement) (Biology (14-18) eBook)
Uses the scope function of the software to create rolling ECG pattern as would be seen on medical monitor. Very useful method when setting up to record some ideal traces for analysis.

Heart Monitoring, sound, ECG, pulse (Biology (14-18) eBook)
This is a more complex investigation, but well worth the effort. It offers many teaching possibilities. Record heart sound, ECG and uncalibrated pressure profile in one data set. Good for analysis and understanding the linked data of a heart beat.




Looking at ECGs (Science in Sport (11-18) eBook)
Increasingly you hear of medical tests being used to work out the potential for an individual. In these cases, the tests are tailored to the sport and hopefully indicate the likelihood of future success. Here is simple one point demonstration of measuring an ecg

Looking at ECGs (using scope function) (Science in Sport (11-18) eBook)
An alternative method to show the ecg being recorded.

HK$ 1,386.00