Wireless training with ECG radio transmitters means enhanced safety and convenience – for patients and therapists alike.
The ers.2 telemetry transmitter with chest strap replaces the suction electrode system or disposable electrodes, offering the patient greater freedom of movement and more flexible usage options.
Whether used for endurance training on exercise bikes, ellipticals, treadmills, or other cardio equipment, the ergoline ers.2 rehab system and the ergoline telemetry system guarantee seamless ECG recording.
Wireless training with ECG radio transmitters
- ECG telemetry (1 or 2 channels)
- Integration and software control of various endurance training equipment
- Software-driven training equipment with central regulation of the load
- No additional device displays required
- ergoline ergopad app for mobile remote ECG monitoring
Chest strap transmitter for 1-channel ECG
Faster patient preparation: Simply snap in to connect the ECG transmitter to the flexible, adjustable ergoline chest strap. ECG data are transmitted wirelessly to the ers.2 system – up to a distance of 100 m. The use of commercially available AAA batteries or rechargeable batteries ensures safe, stable power supply for the transmitter.
Adapter for disposable electrodes
As an alternative to the chest strap, the 1-channel ECG transmitter can be plugged into a special adapter with highly flexible ECG leadwires – the ECG is then acquired via commercially available disposable electrodes.
Digital heart rate transmission chest strap (wireless)
ECG recording and monitoring can be waived for certain patients.
In those cases, the heart rate required for training control is reliably determined by the ergoline chest strap and transmitted to the ers.2 software, using wireless technology.
The powerful ers.2 software relies on an intuitive operation concept and enables versatile group training in compliance with the applicable guidelines in medical training therapy for up to 24 patients.
ers.2 training in the classical sense
Ergometer training with ECG recording based on a suction electrode system or disposable electrodes has been an established working method in cardiac rehabilitation for many years.