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sensors: need sensor to monitor heart beats, any ideas where I can find one?

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hello Experts,

Need a sensor to monitor heart beat, any ideas where I can find one?

yes, I found a few manufactures via google... however, I wanted to see if you had any recommendations....

thanks,
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How do you want to do this?

- Listening (least reliable)
- Electrically - i.e. ECG - best but most invasive for the person attached
- Optically - pulse oximetry - reliable & easily attached but most expensive hardware option.
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You can purchase them in most sports shops.

A belt is fitted around the chest and a signal is transmitted to a device (e.g. a special watch or an iphone interface and APPlication)
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nice... thank you experts...
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