HeartyPatch

by ProtoCentral

An ECG patch with HRV monitoring that's open source, affordable, and Wi-Fi/Bluetooth connected.

View all updates Sep 23, 2019

The HealthyPi v4 Campaign is Live!

by Ashwin K Whitchurch

After a long wait since we shipped HealthyPi v3, we are happy to announce that HealthyPi v4 is here! We have been busy the past few weeks preparing for launch, and we're happy to announce that the HealthyPi v4 campaign is now live!

What does this mean for HeartyPatch users and developers?

HealthyPi v4 combines the best of the HealthyPi v3 and HeartyPatch projects to create a more powerful, full-featured vital signs monitor that includes not just ECG and heart rate, but also PPG, SpO₂, respiration and temperature measurements. HealthyPi v4 runs on an ESP32 module, making it closer to the HeartyPatch concept, particularly with regard to wearability

The HealthyPi v4 campaign includes early bird discounts for the first 50 boards, so if you haven't already registered for updates, please do so here!

About the Author

Ashwin K Whitchurch


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Product Choices

$110

HeartyPatch Deluxe Kit

Includes the HeartyPatch PCB with ECG button connectors, sheet of 10 disposable electrode pads, a 450 mAH LiPo battery and a Micro-USB cable for programming and charging. And a clear 3D printed PLA enclosure/case that can be used with the HeartyPatch Basic Kit for longer-term wearable application.


$95

HeartyPatch Basic Kit

Includes the HeartyPatch PCB with ECG button connectors, sheet of 10 disposable electrode pads, a 450 mAH LiPo battery and a Micro-USB cable for programming and charging.

Credits

ProtoCentral


Ashwin K Whitchurch

CEO / Project Manager

Manikandan S

Lead Hardware Engineer

Venkatesh Bhat

Lead Software Engineer

Joice TM

Software Engineer

Biswajit Ojha

Lead Operations Manager

Manigandan B

Assistant - Assembly & Testing

Yasaswini Ravuri

Software Engineering Intern

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