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Heart rate Sensor&Ear Clip - DT155
The Heart Rate Sensor monitors the light level transmitted through the vascular tissue of the fingertip and the corresponding variations in light intensities that occur as the blood volume change in the tissue. It is so easy to use that even in large classes, every student will have an opportunity to use this sensor. This sensor includes Fourier’s sensor case (DT155) and an ear clip (DT159).
Typical experiments using the Heart Rate Sensor include comparing the heart rate of athletes and sedentary people, checking a person’s heart rate before and after brief vigorous aerobic activity and checking a person’s heart rate before and after caffeine consumption.