The Wireless Pressure Sensor & Breathing Rate Belt Pack combines a ±25kPa Differential Gas Pressure Sensor and a Breathing Rate belt to measure the expansion and contraction of a person’s chest while they breathe.
When used as part of a data logging experiment students can begin to explore breathing patterns.
Fitted inside the Belt is an inflatable air bladder, which is moulded to two rubber tubes. One of these tubes has a hand pump bulb that is used to inflate the air bladder, the other tube is used attached to the Differential Gas Pressure Sensor to monitor the change in pressure as the test subjects chest expands and contracts during breathing.
The Breathing belt is placed around the lower chest.
The bladder in the belt is connected to a Pressure sensor and lightly pressurised.
Changes in chest size due to breathing will create a change in pressure in the bladder, which in turn will be recorded by the sensor.
Our latest cross-platform software makes capturing your science experiments a breeze, designed for teacher's and students alike, the new EasySense2 software bring class collaboration to life.
All our sensors come with 5 years warranty and lifetime support, we ensure your investment gives you complete peace of mind.
The Breathing Rate belt has a 1 year limited warranty.
The Differential Gas Pressure Sensor is pre-calibrated at manufacture making it ready to plug-in and start using with minimal setup time.
|Comparing breathing patterns of different student groups
e.g. athletes and non-athletes, wind-instrument players, female and males, different ages, etc.
|Changes of the body during exercise
|Recovery time after exercise
|Simple breathing rates
For customers outside of the UK, please contact Data Harvest or an overseas distributor within your country.
Wireless Breathing Rate Belt Pack
Order No. 1152
Breathing Belt Specification
|780 - 1100mm
Differential Gas Pressure Sensor Specification
|780 - 1100mm
|±25 kPa (Resolution 0.01 kPa)
|±1.5 psi (Resolution 0.001 psi)
|Mini-Din to Data Logger
What's in the box
|The Breathing Rate Belt
|±25kPa Differential Gas Pressure Sensor
|1.5m Mini-Din Sensor Lead
|EasySense Software (Digital download)
|Sensor Manual (Digital download)