Pulse Sensor is a well-designed plug-and-play heart-rate sensor for Arduino. It can be used by students, artists, athletes, makers, and game & mobile developers who want to easily incorporate live heartrate data into their projects. The sensor clips onto a fingertip or earlobe and plugs right into Arduino with some jumper cables. It also includes an open-source monitoring app that graphs your pulse in real-time.
The Pulse Sensor can be connected to Arduino, or plugged into a breadboard. Before we get it up and running, we need to protect the exposed circuitry so you can get a reliable heartbeat signal.
- A 24-inch Color-Coded Cable, with (male) header connectors. You'll find this makes it easy to embed the sensor into your project, and connect to an Arduino. No soldering is required.
- An Ear Clip, perfectly sized to the sensor. We searched many places to find just the right clip. It can be hot glued to the back of the sensor and easily worn on the earlobe.
- 2 Velcro Dots. These are 'hook' side and are also perfectly sized to the sensor. You'll find these velcro dots very useful if you want to make a velcro (or fabric) strap to wrap around a fingertip.
- Velcro strap to wrap the Pulse Sensor around your finger.
- 3 Transparent Stickers. These are used on the front of the Pulse Sensor to protect it from oily fingers and sweaty earlobes.
- The Pulse Sensor has 3 holes around the outside edge which makes it easy to sew it into almost anything.
|Product Name||Heart Beat Sensor|