AD8232 heart rate monitor arduino

Connection diagram, description and application of AD8232 Arduino sensor.

AD8232 heart rate monitor arduino
Connection diagram, description and application of AD8232 Arduino sensor.

Connection diagram, description and application of AD8232 Arduino sensor.

Heart Rate Monitor Sensor ECG Module AD8232 for Arduino can be used for educational or demonstration purposes to measure heart rate, build an electrocardiogram and analyze the results of an ECG procedure.
To use the AD8232 heart rate monitor, you need to connect it to an Arduino controller or other microprocessor control device.
Wiring diagram for AD8232 to Arduino:

Heart Monitor AD8232 has a single row group of six contacts:

GND - common contact;
3.3V - supply voltage;
OUTPUT - output analog signal;
LO- - negative pole of the contact presence sensor;
LO + - positive pole of the contact presence sensor;
SDN - for on / off button.

After connecting the sensor, you need to create a program (or use a ready-made one) for working with the Heart Monitor AD8232 and load it into the controller.
Next, you need to connect the included sensors to the 3.5 mm jack of the AD8232. The length of the sensor cable is 75 cm. After that, the electrodes that are included in the delivery set must be connected to the sensors. The electrodes are covered with a conductive gel that adheres well to the body, but must be changed after each use.

The sensors must be attached to the body in accordance with their purpose: yellow - right leg (RL), red - right hand (RA), green - left hand (LA).
Sensors with electrodes must be connected to the body in accordance with the diagram:

The Heart Monitor AD8232 has three terminals labeled RA, LA, RL. They are used to connect your own sensors to the heart rate monitor.
The Cardiac Monitor AD8232 can be powered either from an Arduino controller (another microprocessor control device) or an external power source (power supply, battery). The sensor supply voltage is 2 to 3.5 V DC.
The AD8232 heart rate monitor sensor for Arduino is not a medical device, therefore it cannot replace a full-fledged electrocardiogram. The sensor can be used for educational or demonstration purposes.

Specifications:

model: Heart Monitor AD8232 (Cardiac Monitor AD8232);
chip: AD8232;
supply voltage: 2 - 3.5 V DC;
consumed current: 170 μA;
output: analog;
sensor contact detector: yes;
sensor cable length: 75 cm;
dimensions: 35 x 27 x 10 mm;
set weight: 43 g.

Contents of delivery:

Heart Rate Monitor Sensor ECG Module AD8232 for Arduino;
Sensors with wire;
Electrodes - 3 pcs.

 

Arduino sketch

                        void setup(){
 // Serial communication initialization:
  Serial.begin(9600);
  pinMode(10, INPUT); // Configuration for LO + detection
  pinMode(11, INPUT); // Configuration for LO detection -
}
void loop() {
if((digitalRead(10) == 1)||(digitalRead(11) == 1)){
Serial.println('!');
}
else{
// read port A0
Serial.println(analogRead(A0));
}
// Wait a bit to prevent serial data overload
delay(1);
}					



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