Do it yourself heart monitor

Posted on Wednesday, July 20th, 2011 in sensors by Ian

victzh posted picture of his DIY ECG using an Xprotolab mini-scope/logic analyzer in the project log forum.

Some time ago I bought an excellent toy – Xprotolab mini-scope/logic analyzer by Gabriel Anzziani.

I touched it signal legs, and immediately saw that it picks up 60Hz through my body. I looked around and found couple of simple and inexpensive ECG projects, which definitely could use such a nice mini-scope.

Via the forum.

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One Response to “Do it yourself heart monitor”

  1. Javier says:

    Hello Friend I can send to my email the entire project interests me please I have the xprotlab thanks

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