This is the Windows app named ECG Logger whose latest release can be downloaded as ECGLoggerv1.6.0.hex. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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The ECG Logger project is a Wearable Cardio Monitor for Long-Term (up to 24h) ECG Data Acquisition and Analysis (aka Holter) with an ECG live (real-time) mode.
The ECG Logger project is aimed for providing a very low-cost open-source "Hardware and Software" for a Cardiac Rhythmic Holter. The hardware has been made very simple and is based on an Arduino Nano micro-controller with two companion boards for the SD card mass-storage and the instrumentation differential amplifier. It can help monitoring arrhythmia syndromes such as bradycardia, tachycardia, extra-systoles or pause.
In no case it can be use to replace a professional medical examination.
Device MUST NOT BE CONNECTED to appliance powered by mains - risk of electrical shocks
ECG Logger Viewer : https://sourceforge.net/projects/ecg-logger-viewer/
- NEW: Version 1.6 with drastically improved performances
- Stable, reliable and durable recorder, based on "Arduino Nano".
- Very low cost (less than 30 €/35 $) and easy to built device.
- ECG waveform recording and Event marking.
- Record up to 24-hour of ECG signal.
- Built-in SD card for storage (removable).
- Record waveform details based on high precision and sampling frequency.
- Record the state of heart rate using higher sampling frequency (250Hz).
- Accurate start time record and sampled data (8/10-bit).
- Automatic R-R peaks detection using Pan-Tompkins.
- Small in size (L100 x W60 x H25 mm).
- International standard of 3 leads (single channel).
- No need to compress or delete original data, thanks to the large storage capability.
- Very simple and user friendly interface (1 LED + 1 Button).
- ECG data format has been optimized and details are available from the documentation.
- BUILDING INSTRUCTIONS:
- Device assembly instructions and list of components are available from the PDF documentation.
- Firmware source code is available from the Files section.
- ECG File format is proprietary (details are available in documentation).
- EDF/BDF format exportation requires the companion software application (ECG Logger Viewer).
- DISCLAIMER: *** RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCKS AND DEATH ***
- Persons unskilled, not familiar or unaware of electrical risks are discouraged to get involved.
- This project is ONLY for educational purposes and not aimed for medical diagnostics.
- Use of this project information is under the SOLE RESPONSIBILITY of the USERS.
- This device has not been approved for any kind of use.
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