Ergonomics and Biomechanics Products
Biometrics Ltd. Products
New Force Plate FP4
The new Biometrics Force Plate FP4 has a capacity of 250Kg (The FP3 is 100Kg) and provides the researcher high precision, versatility and ease of use. Direct connection to the Bluetooth DataLOG, the tethered DataLINK or the tethered General Amplifier K800 enables data capture and analysis of vertical component of reaction force in a wide variety of applications.
Each Force Plate consists of a sandwich of 2 uniform precision metal plates, with 4 load cells mounted between them.
Learn more at: www.nexgenergo.com/ergonomics/bioforceplate.html
Customers can upgrade their P3X8 DataLOG units to the new W4X8 with 2GB of memory and Bluetooth capability as well as upgrade their Analysis software to the latest versions.
Contact NexGen for upgrade pricing.
The new Compact Force Gauge CFG+ now has data output capability at a low price.
Learn more at: www.nexgenergo.com/ergonomics/MecmesinCFG.html
The all-new Series 5 digital force gauges are now available. Series 5 gauges feature an industry-leading peak sampling rate of 7,000 Hz, accuracy of ±0.1%, USB outputs, data storage of 1,000 readings with statistics and output to a PC, a large backlit LCD and much more. The gauge also features a unique reversible housing, to permit either handheld use or test stand mounting.
Additional features include an analog load bar graph, averaging mode, external trigger mode, configurable audio alarms and key tones, password protection, and more.
Learn more at: www.nexgenergo.com/ergonomics/Mark10_5_Gauges.html
The Series 5 digital force gauge is now included in the new Series EK5 Ergonomics Kits providing advanced capability at an economical price. New available kits are:
Model EK5-200 (200 lb)
Model EK5-500 (500 lb)
Learn more at: www.nexgenergo.com/ergonomics/Mark10_EK5.html
The BG gauge has been discontinued and replaced by the new Series 5.
AnyBody Modeling System
The AnyBody Modeling System version 4.2 and the associated version 1.2 of the model repository have just been released. Some of the new features are:
- New functionality to view and work with C3D files for motion analysis
- New facilities for viewing the model
- Easier editing and setting of model parameters
- Ability to add weights on soft kinematic constraints to handle occluded markers from motion capture data
- Capability of modeling pathological co-contraction of muscles by adding auxiliary constraints in the muscle recruitment
Learn more at: www.nexgenergo.com/ergonomics/anybody.html