The sensor is placed into the cradle and connected via a USB to the PC with the SensorManager software installed or a wall socket to charge.
The red light that flashes approximately every second shows that a measurement is ongoing.
The LightMove4 is worn on the wrist.
The EDAMove4 measures electro-dermal activity from the inside of the hand or foot and is worn around the wrist or ankle using the EDA wriststrap.
The ECGMove4 is worn on the chest using either the chest strap or adhesive electrodes. The electrodes are recommended if the measurement lasts 1-2 days. If the measurement is longer than 2 days, the chest strap is recommended.
To best calculate the metabolic rate of the activity, the Move4 should be worn on the right hip using the hip strap. Move4 can also be worn on the chest using the chest strap. It is important that the correct position is selected in the DataAnalyzer to ensure the calculations are correct.
The measurement data from the sensor and all secondary parameters is recorded in the Unisens Data format. Unisens is a free and open source data format designed to capture the data from multiple sensors. For more information about unisens please visit http://www.unisens.org. A unisens data set consists of a meta file (unisens.xml) and different data files […]
The sensor is placed onto the cradle. The cradle is connected to a PC with the Sensor- manager software installed via USB. The data is transferred to the PC via this software.
The sensor is placed onto the cradle. The cradle is connected to a PC via USB.