The charge duration is controlled by the devices and is exactly the same in either scenario.
Data from individuals can be stored and a database built up to create individual profiles so that danger points can be individually mapped.
The 50 mm wide fabric strap is much broader and more comfortable than plastic sports-type heart monitor straps. The wearer is conscious of the tension in the garment, but it is not irritating.
Less than 1 minute. The garment must be worn next to the skin.
The width of the strap makes it very difficult to twist. If slippage is an issue, the additional shoulder straps should be used.
Yes. The tension required to keep the strap in place is adequate for most activities. An optional shoulder strap can also be fitted to keep the garment in place during very strenuous activities.
The garment should be given a delicate warm machine (or hand) wash once per month of use. It can be rinsed in water after each session to disperse perspiration buildup. It should be hung to dry out of direct sunlight.
For remote monitoring (rather than downloading data after an exercise) a USB receiver can be used. The BioModule contains two radio modules – Bluetooth for short-range indoor tests, and ECHO for field use up to 600 yards line of sight with an optional field repeater. Bluetooth can also be used to communicate to Motorola XTS or tactical digital radios for First Responder or Defense applications.
A lithium polymer rechargeable cell. Charging is by USB or other power source. Charge for 3 hours to 100% or 1 hour to 90% of capacity. Battery life in logging mode is currently up to 35 hours.
Yes – the best place for both men and women is on the chest at the lower sternum. The BioHarness fits comfortably under bras and athletic tops.