KL-730 Biomedical Measurement Training system
1. There are test points for adjustment of frequency bandwidth and amplifier gain, allowing students to learn the relationship between a circuit and a corresponding signal on each processing stage.
2. The system consists of several bio-electronics sensors and transducers, including pressure transducers, infrared photocouplers, strain gauges, temperature sensors, surface electrodes, dual element transducers, and pneumotach transducers.
3. Display and storage of signals
The main unit of the system (KL-76001) has a 128 x 64 LCD graphic display to show the real-time physiological parameters.
Physiological signals can be displayed on a digital storage oscilloscope (DSO).
4. With embedded 10-bit A/D converters (2.4 Kbits/s), physiological signals can be converted to digital forms and transmitted to computers in real-time via a USB port.
5. Graphic user interface software
(1) Communication port : USB
(2) Physiological signal can be analyzed after connection
(3) Easy operation
(4) X-axis : TIME/DIV ; Y-axis : VOLT/DIV
(5) Data can be stored, replayed, or printed
(6) Storage formats : *.BMP, *.JPEG,*.XLS
(7) Measurements of ECG, EMG, EOG, EEG, blood pressure, respiration flow/vital capacities are available for analysis.
The Biomedical Measurement Training System (KL-730) provides a platform for students to learn how to extract various body signals using bio-electronics sensors. There are a total of 12 modules covering a variety of topics, including: Electrocardiogram (ECG), Electromyogram (EMG), Electrooculogram (EOG), Electroencephalogram (EEG), Blood pressure (BP), Photoplethysmogram (PPG), Respiratory ventilation detection, Pulse meter measurement, Body impedance detection, Doppler ultrasound blood velocity measurement, and Respiration flow/vital capacity meter measurement.
Through the system, students can construct a circuit to process and convert signals into readable forms for further observation and analysis. Also, hands-on practices and experiments allow students to understand the characteristics of various bio-electronics sensors and transducers.