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PC-based heart rate monitor using Arduino and Easy Pulse sensor

Posted on Tuesday, June 11th, 2013 in Arduino, open source, Processing, sensors by the machinegeek

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Raj writes that he’s just finished a new PC-based heart rate monitor using Arduino and Easy Pulse sensor (see previous Easy Pulse post). This project takes the sensor’s analog photo-plethysmography (PPG) output and feeds it into an Arduino ADC channel which converts it into digital counts which are then transferred to the PC through a serial interface. A PC application using the Processing programming language then displays the received PPG signal and instantaneous heart rate.

The Arduino and Processing sketches along with more project details can be found at EmbeddedLab.

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One Response to “PC-based heart rate monitor using Arduino and Easy Pulse sensor”

  1. hema says:

    nice project.if you can please send paper about this project.May be this is useful for our project.

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