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TI fitness sensor guide

Posted on Tuesday, April 30th, 2013 in components, sensors by the machinegeek

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The new TI HealthTech fitness sensor guide provides info and application ideas on heart rate monitors, body worn fitness trackers, pulse oximeters and more.

You can download your copy of the 49 page PDF from TI.

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2 Responses to “TI fitness sensor guide”

  1. Carl says:

    Post image seems broken to me

  2. albani says:

    how to calculate percentage oxi level?

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