Pocket Ergometer enables patients and employees to "hear" when they are stressing their muscles to help them learn to adopt better work postures. With sensors placed on appropriate muscles, tones sound in proportion to stress. Useful for ergonomic training and evaluation, including monitoring back stress levels during lifting tasks; monitoring wrist stress during repetitive assembly or keying operations, and evaluating proposed workstation layouts (hand position and reach requirements).
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Can be hooked up to speakers for group presentations. Four levels of sensitivity allow users to compare tension levels in small and large muscles during active work and static work postures such as holding tools. The ergometer comes with a manual, a packet of 100 sensors, and three cables. Requires one 9V battery, included.
For replacement EMG electrodes, see our Ergometer Replacement Electrodes (100/pk) Product Page.
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It really helps
December 31, 2013
It helps me to show all my customers how the finger tendon muscles respond to mouse finger clicking. It makes the relationship between the finger clicking and carpal Tunnel Syndrome so obvious.
Perfect for my class
June 18, 2009
This product helps me demonstrate force concepts to my class. The students really understand it when they can hear changes. I'm going to be using this to quickly show the effects of various lifting postures to my ergonomic assessment clients. Great product.