Finger Sensor FS-03M

HealthLab Finger Sensor FS-03M

Finger Sensor with Marker Button

The finger sensor FS-03M is used for the acquisition of physiological parameters in the context of medical scientific experiments. Using the FS-03M, the electrical skin resistance, the peripheral body temperature and the pulse wave of a proband are captured. Eventrelated marks can be set within the recorded data and / or the response capacity of the proband can be determined by means of the marker button.

During the experiment, the finger sensor is worn on the outside of the little finger of the left hand. At this, it is fixed by an adjustable elastic band. The Velcro, on which the mark button is applied, is fixed to the forearm of the proband. Thereby at the same time the sensor finger is relieved from the strain of the connecting cable.

Links on further documents:
Hardware: Master HFM-01
Software: Heally Control


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Measuring Values Body Temperature ( peripheral )
measuring range: 20 … 50 °C

Electrical Skin Resistance
measuring range: 1 k􀂟 … 10.000 k􀂟

Pulse Wave
measuring method: using IR radiation
of wavelength 950 nm
Climatic Conditions acc. to DIN EN 60204-1 ( 10-2014 )
Ambient Temperature operation: -20 … +55 °C
transport / storage: -25 … +60 °C
Humidity / Altitude 20 … 90 % RH ( without condensation )
up to 8.000 m
Dimensions cable length: approx. 1.250 mm
weight : approx. 15 g
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Ordering Information

FS-03M Finger Sensor
with Marker Button: E1282