Sensor to measure pulse rate from fingertipDesigned by Embedded Lab in United States of America
What is Easy Pulse? Easy Pulse is a DIY pulse sensor that is designed for hobbyist and educational applications to illustrate the principle of photoplethysmography (PPG) as a non-invasive technique...Read More…
What is Easy Pulse?
Easy Pulse is a DIY pulse sensor that is designed for hobbyist and educational applications to illustrate the principle of photoplethysmography (PPG) as a non-invasive technique for detecting the cardio-vascular pulse wave from a fingertip. The current version (V1.1) of Easy Pulse uses a transmission mode PPG probe (HRM-2511E) sensor, which uses an infrared light source to illuminate the finger on one side, and a photodetector on the other side to measure small variations in the transmitted light intensity due to changes in blood volume inside the tissue. The on board instrumentation provides a clean and filtered analog PPG waveform as well as a digital pulse output, which are both synchronous with the heart beat.
Also find details on making a PC-based pulse rate monitor using Arduino and Easy Pulse at the following link:
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