Use the Blumio sensor development kit to capture arterial pressure waveforms and extract cardiovascular parameters from anywhere a pulse can be felt.

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Blumio Sensor Development Kit

Our team assembled this kit for consumer and medical device makers, like yourself, to evaluate our sensor and enable you to build your own health monitoring solutions. We encourage you to explore new technologies with our kit and we look forward to seeing new applications of our sensor.

The development kit includes all the components to get you started with our sensor and streaming your own data. For your ease of use, the sensor module is housed within a wearable enclosure with a strap to wear around the wrist. Also included is a signal processing dongle that will convert the raw sensor data into a readable arterial pulse wave. This user manual will detail some software tools we have built to operate the sensor and acquire signals.

We have a limited number of the sensor development kits for development partners. Please fill out the request form below to explore whether Blumio’s sensor is suitable for your health monitoring application.

 

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Do you have a design guide available?

    Yes, we have reference design for wearable devices that look to incorporate Blumio’s health sensor. The design features Infineon’s XENSIV radar chip for capturing arterial pressure waveform from the radial artery at the wrist.

  • Does the development kit output discreet blood pressure values?

    No. The development kit outputs an arterial pressure waveform. Using waveform analysis,  you will be able to develop custom algorithms to extract health metrics including heart rate, respiration rate, blood pressure, and arterial stiffness.

  • What is an arterial pressure waveform?

    Arterial pressure waveform represents the pressure contained within the arterial tree. The following video from OPENPediatrics provides an excellent overview on interpreting arterial waveform.

 

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