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NEW PRODUCT – Pulse Sensor Amped

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NEW PRODUCT – Pulse Sensor Amped. Pulse Sensor Amped is a greatly improved version of the original Pulse Sensor, a plug-and-play heart-rate sensor for Arduino and Arduino compatibles. It can be used by students, artists, athletes, makers, and game & mobile developers who want to easily incorporate live heart-rate data into their projects.

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Pulse Sensor Amped adds amplification and noise cancellation circuitry to the hardware. It’s noticeably faster and easier to get reliable pulse readings. Pulse Sensor Amped works with either a 3V and 5V Arduino.

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Lastly, the Pulse Sensor creators have also streamlined and improved the Processing visualization software and Arduino code that comes with this hardware.

The kit includes:

  • A 24-inch Color-Coded Cable, with a standard male header connectors. Plug it straight into an Arduino or a Breadboard. No soldering is required.
  • An Ear Clip, perfectly sized to the sensor. It can be hot-glued or epoxied to the back of the sensor to get reading from an ear lobe.
  • Parts to make a handy Velcro finger strap. This is another great way to get heart-rate data.
  • 4 Transparent Stickers, to insulate the front of the Pulse Sensor from oily fingers and sweaty earlobes.
  • The Pulse Sensor has 3 holes around the outside edge which make it easy to sew it into almost anything.
  • Visualization software (made in Processing) to instantly see output of the sensor and for troubleshooting.

There is Arduino code and a Processing visualizer at the Pulse Sensor site!

In stock and shipping now.



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