MAX86150 puts ECG and SPO2 on a single chip, opening new opportunities for calculation of pulse transit time and indirect blood pressure.
by Team Protocentral
Shows you how you can connect ProtoCentral's MAX30100 breakout board to an Arduino for PulseOx and heart rate measurement and visualization.
Project tutorial by Protocentral
This project throws light on how the the pulse oximeter functions with the Arduino
Check out this project for monitoring the ECG using an Arduino.
We used a TI FDC1004 breakout with an Arduino to measure liquid level in a bottle using the capacitance between two adhesive copper strips.
by Team ProtoCentral
We connect a VL53L0X Laser time-of-flight sensor to an Arduino to measure the liquid level in a tank using ToF ranging.
Project tutorial by Team ProtoCentral
The ECG shield is best compatible with the Arduino.Inorder to connect to the Raspberry Pi you can use a connecting jumper wire.However separate programming is needed.There is another device that is highly compatible which is the Healthy Pi.The link is https://www.hackster.io/protocentral/build-your-own-patient-monitor-with-a-raspberry-pi-dab936
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