ULPSEK is a development kit for ultra-low-power biomedical wearable sensors. ULPSEK has been designed for research purposes within the PhD thesis by Andreas Tobola at Fraunhofer IIS in Erlangen, Germany. ULPSEK is modular and extensible. The software and the hardware is optimized for low-power applications. This page provides additional information related to this research work.
The sensor belt is a software compatible equivalent of a specific configuration of ULPSEK. Moreover, ULPSEK and the miniaturized sensor belt are equivalent in power consumption. Thus, applications can be comfortable developed at the evaluation kit (ULPSEK) and then deployed to the miniaturized sensor belt for real usage.
|Total average power consumption|
|Power supply properties|
|Digital power supply|
|Analog power supply|
|ECG sampling and QRS detector|
|Average Heart Rate|
|Episodic sampling mode|
|Max. reaction delay|