Vernier Go Wireless Exercise Heart Rate - Data LoggerOrder code: GW-EHR
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VERNIER GO WIRELESS EXERCISE HEART RATE
This is an excellent hands-free option for continuously monitoring heart rate before, during and after exercise or while a person is stationary. Using the chest strap, data are wirelessly transmitted to iPad, LabQuest 2 or other mobile devices that are Bluetooth® Smart Ready.
The Go Wireless Exercise Heart rate is simple, easy to use and displays live heart rate readouts before data collection. The chest strap is ideal for running, cycling and other physical activities.
For an option to monitor heart rate with hands see GW-HR Vernier Go Wireless Heart Rate
• HR-STRAP Vernier Exercise Heart Rate Strap
• HR-TRANS Vernier Polar Transmitter Module
• User Manual
• Battery Type: CR2025
• Battery Lifetime: 200hrs
• Operating Temperature: -10 to 50°C
• Wireless range: 10m or more unobstructed
• Radios: Bluetooth® and 5kHz RF transmission
Vernier's Go Wireless® Exercise Heart Rate is recommended for devices that are Bluetooth Smart Ready and have the appropriate software.
• Graphical Analysis app
• LabQuest App (version 2.5 or newer)
• iPad® (3rd generation or newer), iPad mini™ and iPad Air®
• iPhone® (4S or newer)
• iPod touch® (5th generation)
• LabQuest 2 with Bluetooth Smart
• Android tablets and phones running Android™ 4.3 or newer
NOTE:To use with Vernier interfaces that are not Bluetooth Smart Ready, you will need a HR-REC Heart Rate Receiver to collect data.
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Educational use only:
Vernier and Kidwind products are designed for educational use. They are not appropriate for industrial, medical or commercial applications. Details
WarrantyThis product is used in teaching these Australian Curriculum codes:
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