Toumaz SPIDER

By Toumaz Technology

The typical image of patients in hospitals with wires running from them to monitoring equipment may be a thing of the past now that wireless is gaining acceptance in health care. Toumaz Technologyís Sensium Platform Integrated Development Environment Resource (SPIDER) allows customers to rapidly create and test end-to-end Sensium-based solutions. The development kit contains two Sensium hardware development boards (one for the sensor transmitter and one for the receiver base station) and a Keil 8051 compiler and JTAG debugger. The Sensium sensor interface and transceiver platform enables intelligent, ultra-low-power wireless monitoring of multiple vital signs ñ for example, ECG, heart rate, body temperature, respiration, and physical activity ñ in real time via standard handheld devices. Each SPIDER board contains one Sensium TZ1030 and a patchwork area for user-supplied sensor transducers. The TZ1030 includes reconfigurable sensor interfaces, a digital block with an 8051 processor and hardware MAC/network controller, and an RF transceiver. Powered by a battery or from USB/SD supplies, the board includes all the necessary RF circuitry to simplify system development.

Toumaz SPIDER

FEATURES

  • Sensium Platform Integrated Development Environment Resource (SPIDER)
  • Allows customers to rapidly create and test end-to-end Sensium-based solutions
  • Development kit contains two Sensium hardware development boards (one for the sensor transmitter and one for the receiver base station) and a Keil 8051 compiler and JTAG debugger
  • Sensium sensor interface and transceiver platform enables intelligent, ultra-low-power wireless monitoring of multiple vital signs – for example, ECG, heart rate, body temperature, respiration, and physical activity – in real time via standard handheld devices
  • Each SPIDER board contains one Sensium TZ1030 and a patchwork area for user-supplied sensor transducers
  • The TZ1030 includes reconfigurable sensor interfaces, a digital block with an 8051 processor and hardware MAC/network controller, and an RF transceiver
  • Powered by a battery or from USB/SD supplies, the board includes all the necessary RF circuitry to simplify system development

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