The classic ergometer for exercise ECG tests.
Free programming of exercise protocols, intuitive operation and universal interfaces (digital, analog, remote start) for connecting to all commercially available PC-based ECG systems and ECG recorders set this ergometer apart. Multiple options and a comprehensive range of accessories are available.
Control terminal P
The control terminal P, in addition to control via PC-based ECG systems or ECG recorders, enables the performance of exercise tests in stand-alone mode (10 freely programmable protocols) as well as the manual operation of the ergometer. All relevant parameters are shown on the easily readable, illuminated LC display during the exercise test.
Control terminal K
In addition to control by external devices, stand-alone exercise tests, or manual operation, the control terminal K also allows for performing freely programmable training sessions and performance tests. For example, during a heart rate-controlled training, the chest strap records the pulse signals and automatically regulates the ergometer output to ensure a constant heart rate. The clearly structured graphic display shows the current parameters and the course of the heart rate and performance in curves.
Integrated blood pressure measurement
The optionally integrated, automatic blood pressure measurement supplies precise measuring values, even at high stress levels. The cuff with its specially developed microphone is directly plugged into the operating unit.
Integrated SpO2 measurement
The use of a SoftTip sensor instead of a clip reliably prevents the sensor from slipping off the finger during an exercise test or training session.
This ensures continuous control of the current oxygen saturation (SpO2).
Digital heart rate acquisition
Uninterrupted, reliable acquisition of the heart rate is indispensable for conducting heart rate-controlled training. The digital ergoline chest strap allows for the unique allocation of the strap to a patient—the “inadvertent” transmission of another person's strap signals is completely ruled out.
By default, the ergoselect 100 features a serial interface (RS-232) and a USB port for connecting the ergometer to an ECG recorder. Both interfaces are galvanically isolated by way of optocouplers and are located in a protected space below the ergometer. A Bluetooth interface is available as an option.