The Goniometer measures the angle of a joint, such as the knee or elbow. Use it to measure the range of motion of a limb during different types of physical activity.
- Lightweight and flexible joint arms allow the limb to move naturally
- Requires a compatible interface and software to collect data
A set of elastic straps can be used to secure the sensor to the subject for dynamic measurements of joint angle during different types of physical activity. You can also use it with a Vernier EKG Sensor to measure muscle activity during different phases of limb motion. In addition, the sensor head can be detached from both arms of the sensor for use in STEM and engineering activities.
Range: 0 - 340° (or ±170°)
Accuracy: ±3° / ±1° (with calibration)
12-bit resolution: 0.12°
Stored Calibration Values: 90°/V (slope); –45° (intercept)
Ordering information: Interface and software sold separately.
Delivery information: Goniometer includes joint angle sensor with base plate attached to static arm; 12-inch flexible joint arm; 10-inch flexible joint arm; 8-inch flexible joint arm; Two 24-inch elastic, hook-and-loop straps; Two 14-inch elastic, hook-and-loop straps; User manual.