Main Specifications

Main Specifications (Main measuring unit: 8-channel, compact wireless motion recorder)
Item
Model number
Detection axis
Acceleration
Acceleration detection range
sensor
Response frequency
Built-in
sensor
Detection axis
Angular velocity
Acceleration detection range
sensor
Response frequency
Number of channels
External input
Output voltage
Input voltage range
Max. number of main units for simultaneous measurement
Setting threshold level
A/D resolution
Sampling period
Wireless communication standard
Wireless communication range (reference value)
Power source
Operating time (approx.)
Operating temperature range
Unit dimensions
Weight
Specifications
MVP-RF8-GC-2000
MVP-RF8-HC-500
MVP-RF8-HC-2000
3(Ax・Ay・Az)
±20/±60 (Switching)
0∼100 ※1
3(ωx・ωy・ωz)
±500
±2000
±500
±2000
0∼50 ※1
Maximum 8 ※2
3.0
0∼3
4
Capable
1024(10bit)
1∼100 (Using tablet built-in Bluetooth)※3
Bluetooth class1
Approx. 30 (Using tablet built-in Bluetooth)
Lithium ion rechargeable battery
1
10
0 to 40
W45×D45×H12
W45×D45×H18
Approx. 25
Approx. 60
Unit
MVP-RF8-GC-500
axis
m/sec2
Hz
axis
deg/sec
Hz
ch
VDC
V
units
LSB
msec
m
hrs.
℃
mm
g
※1 Standard at -3dB.
※2 Maximum 2 channels when using the built-in sensor.
※3 When using the standard MVP-RF8-S software bundled with the MVP-RF8-GC. Multiple units: for 4 units, 2 to 100msec. For 3 or fewer units, 1 to 100msec.
※ This product is certified in accordance with the Radio Act of Japan. Please do not use this product outside of Japan.
※ The specifications of this product may be modified without prior notice.
Product Configuration
Product type
Software
Name of component
Model number
Trunk 2-point gait oscillometer software
MVP-WS2-S
8-channel compact
wireless motion recorder mini
MVP-RF8-GC
system
Contains) Main unit MVP-RF8-GC-500 or MVP-RF8-GC-2000
Software MVP-RF8-S ※1
Battery charger AC adapter / USB cable
Startup guide, record sheet
8-channel compact
wireless motion recorder
MVP-RF8-HC
system
Contains) Main unit MVP-RF8-HC-500 or MVP-RF8-HC-2000
Software MVP-RF8-S ※1
Battery charger AC adapter / USB cable
Startup guide, record sheet
Main measuring
unit system
Receiver for PC
Fitting
attachment
Main features etc.
Compatible OS: Windows 8, 7
※Vista is not recommended. iOS is not compatible.
One license is good for one PC.
Bluetooth-USB adapter
Parani-UD100
External antenna increases maximum communication range to 30m.
MVP-RF8 Belt attachment
MVP-RF8-CBL
Enables the unit to be fixed to a belt. The belt is not included. The belt can be up to 28mm wide, 3mm thick.
MVP-RF8 Wide belt
MVP-RF8-WBL
A wide, elastic belt for attaching the main unit to. A choice of 90cm/120cm. Most suitable for attaching to the waist.
※1 The software is for use only with PCs running Windows.
※ This product is certified in accordance with the Radio Act of Japan. Please do not use this product outside of Japan.
※ [For research/educational use] This product is for research/educational use. Please bear in mind when using the product that it is not a registered medical device.
※ The specifications of this product may be modified without prior notice.
Optional
Extras
Bluetooth-USB adapter Parani-UD100
A Bluetooth antenna (recommended by MicroStone) inserted into the PC extends the
communication range to a maximum of approx. 30m
MVP-RF8 Harness MVP-RF8-CBL
An elastic harness for attaching the main
unit.
For attaching the unit to the upper body.
MVP-RF8 Wide Belt MVP-RF8-WBL
An elastic belt for attaching the main unit.
Mainly for attaching the unit above the
pelvis.
MicroStone Corporation
1934 Arakoda, Saku City, Nagano Prefecture 385-0007 Japan
TEL: +81-267-66-0388 FAX: +81-267-66-0355
E-mail: [email protected]
http://www.microstone.co.jp/
Rev:20141017
New Motion Capture to the next generation
THE WALKING
2-point gait oscillometer M VP - WS2 - S
MVP-WS2-S
A visual representation of the movement of the body when walking!
2-point gait oscillometer
MVP-WS2-S
① Uses 2 motion sensors to measure the motion traces in the area of the dorsal
vertebrae and the sacral region while walking.
Explanation of main features/display screen
Fields of Application
Physiotherapy
Sports
Walking Gear
②The use of compact, wireless sensors allows measurement to take place anywhere.
Attaching the sensors is also easy!
③Allows the display of an animated image synchronizing the motion of the 2 points!
The relationship between the two points is clear at a glance, making the motion easy to visualize!
Step1 Fitting the sensors
Measuring device
MVP-RF8 series
Trace display
(Lissajous figure)
Displays the multiplestep cycle average
motion trace at the
point at which the
sensor is attached.
●Red:
dorsal vertebrae region
●Blue:
sacral region
Step timing display
The sensors are
attached to①the area of the dorsal vertebrae
②the sacral region
using the special
belt and harness
●The green line links
the same-time positions
of the dorsal vertebrae
and the sacrum.
8-channel compact wireless
motion recorder
Step2 Measuring the data
Wireless data
communication
Up to approx. 30m
Walking phase display
Animated display
Motion magnitude display
Schematic display of the walking phase
during one cycle including the timing at
which the right and left feet hit the ground.
Displayed animated playback
of movement
(about step phase and timing)
The magnitude of the motion in each
direction in one cycle is calculated and displayed.
[Left/Right] [Front/Back]
[Up/Down] [Horizontal plane trace length]
[Frontal plane trace length]
●Red:dorsal vertebrae region
●Blue:sacral region
Data samples
Walk
Straight
mally while the data
da ta is measur
ed .
The
walks
normally
measured.
T he subject
subjec t w
alks nor
Recommended
R ec ommended : 10m or more,
mor e , walking
w alk ing in a straight
str aigh t line
Step3 Data analysis, display of results
Once the measurement is completed,
the data is automatically analyzed
and the results displayed.
The data can be saved in .csv format.
Gait with good overall balance
Gait making little use of the muscular strength of
the legs/area around the center of gravity
Gait of a person with back pain
The dorsal vertebrae/sacrum have similar motion traces. The body moves to
the right and left as the foot hits the
ground, spreading the impact.
There is pronounced left-right motion in the upper part
of the body.The movement of the arms compensates
for the lack of muscular strength in the legs/area
around the center of gravity and provides motive force.
There is little left/right motion at the dorsal vertebrae/sacrum.
There is a strong up-down impact when
the foot hits the ground.
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