biosignalsplux Force

Portable wireless force platform with streaming and local storage capabilities for biomechanics in- & out-of-the-lab.

Included Hardware
  • 1x wireless 4-channel hub
  • 16GB internal memory
  • 1x force platform (aluminum; 45x45cm)
  • 4x load cells (pre-mounted on the platform)
  • 1x Bluetooth dongle
  • 1x Medical-grade charger
  • 1x carrying bag
Included Software (Digital Content)
  • OpenSignals for real-time data acquisition & visualization
  • OpenSignals add-ons:
  • Open Signals Mobile app (Android)
  • Cross-platform APIs for software development in Python, C++, Visual C#, Java, Android & MATLAB

This multipurpose force platform is intended to be used together with our biosignalsplux kits. Its versatile design enables a wide range of applications such as jump analysis, center of mass distribution, weight assessment, force production capacity, and others. Multiple configurations and measurement range options are available.

Analog ports 4 generic inputs
Auxiliary ports 1 ground
Resolution Up to 16-bit (per channel)
Sampling rate Up to 3kHz (per channel)
Communication Bluetooth Class II
Range Up to ~10m (extendable)
Internal memory 16GB
Battery life ~10h streaming; ~24h logging
Size 85x54x10mm
Weight 45g (without sensors)
Color White
Force Platform
Material: Sturdy aluminum
Size: 45cm x 45cm
Height: Adjustable to level out the platform (up to 10 cm)
Weight: 13kg
# of Load Cells: 4 (one in each corner)
Maximum load: 200kg per Load Cell
Size 85x54x10mm
OpenSignals Signal Processing Add-Ons

The biosignalsplux Force kit includes the Force Platform add-on for our OpenSignals (r)evolution software.

Force Platform

The Force Platform add-on for the OpenSignals (r)evolution software is designed to extract the most important force parameters from acquisitions conducted with the biosignalsplux Force Platform including the real-time visualization of the Center of Gravity, applied force and mass on the platform. Additionally, in post-acquisition mode, this add-on computes the maximum occurred force within a defined signal interval, the Force Production Rate (FPR in N/s), and jump analysis-specific parameters such as the jump height (in cm) and the flight time (time spend in the air during a jump).

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