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The HEART-G is a unique instrument which can be used by active pilots to monitor physical and mental states. The HEART-G measures the heart pulse and 3D accelerations. Collected data is processed and sent via RF interface to the Flymaster instrument range.
When connected to an HEART-G the following data fields are enabled on your Flymaster instrument:
- Pulse - to monitor your physical condition during a flight, or any other related physical activity. Heart Rate from 40-240 bpm (beats per minute).
- G-Force - to monitor the accelerations acting on the pilot for example during a deep spiral dive. As it is well known these accelerations can be a cause of physical and mental stress. Sum of the vectors of accelerations exerted on the pilot from 0 to 16g.
- Steps - counts the number of steps when the plot is walking, or running, and can be used to estimate the traveled distance. Number of steps detected by the HEART-G since the last reset, from 0 to 32767 steps.
- Steps/Min - can be used as a measure of the physical activity and help establish a pace rhythm. This value reports the step cadence from 0 to 1500 steps/min.
- Heart Rate: 30 bis 240 bpm (beats per minute)
- G-Force: 0...16 g (1 g = 9,8 m/s2)
- Weight: approx 48 g (inkl. Batterie)
- Power: 3 VDC (1 lithium battery CR2032)
- Transmission Range: 1 meter - may decrease with low battery
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