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Sound card ECG with AD8232

Posted on Monday, March 18th, 2019 in DIY by DP

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Scott Harden built a DIY ECG project with AD8232, that is available on Github:

Every few years I revisit the idea of building an ECG machine. This time I was very impressed with how easy it is to achieve using the AD8232, a single-lead ECG front-end on a chip. The AD8232 is small (LFCSP package) but breakout boards are easy to obtain online.

Project info at SWHarden.com.

Check out the video after the break.

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