kandi X-RAY | OXIMETER Summary
kandi X-RAY | OXIMETER Summary
A continuación se muestran las indicaciones para poder iniciar el proyecto del Pulsioxímetro de Mexbalia, las indicaciones están descritas para ejecutarse en un ambiente de Linux, debido a que los comandos están desarrollados y probados para este, el proyecto se puede ejecutar en otros ambientes, pero la forma de implementarlo varia en algunos puntos. Este proyecto cuenta con tres grandes partes, las cuales se irán comentando una por una.
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Im trying to decode data from pulse oximeter device using the nrf Connect App.
From the Pulse Oximeter(0X1822). PLX Spot-Check Measurement service I got the below response:
CONTINOUS MEASUREMENT: (0x) 0c-62-00-4E-00-20-00-00-00-00
PROFILE SAYS its SFLOAT value, But I'm stuck to converting this to readable value.
Expected value: Spo2 and heart rate from the above response
I also looked in the pulse oximeter profile in the Bluetooth page but it seems confusing
NRF CONNECT APP SCREENSHOT:
pulse oximeter details:http://www.choicemmed.eu/product_center/253
Please help me to get readable data...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-28 at 10:48
This page helps me lot: https://thejeshgn.com/2020/08/05/reverse-engineering-a-bluetooth-low-energy-oximeter/
From this Spot check value :17-61-00-60-00-E1-07-01-01-01-22-13-20-00-20-00-00
Byte refers to spo2 rate
Byte refers to pulse rate
I am trying to perform some operations on my database. The table 'orders' get fetched in create function. But why is it not working in the showtable() function? It seems a logical error. I want to use aggregate functions also. How can I return the result of query1()?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-22 at 13:31
I'm developing an app for Uni which needs to show on screen a persons heart rate preferably in real time (but its not necessary) as well as the pulse oximeter results.
The app is being developed in Kotlin and the hardware used to catch this measurements is a Huawei SmartBand 4 Pro.
I already know for a fact that in order to connect to the watch to the phone i need to use the Huawei Health App otherwise it will not be recognized by the Bluetooth adapter.
But i have no idea how to start retrieving or streaming the heart rate data from the the watch to the phone.
Will the GoogleFit API suffise for this? or would i need to use the Huawei health SDK for this.
I have no guidance for this or experience developing apps that use external sensors, and will need to deliver this app starting october so any help would be appreciated...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-31 at 01:33
Im developing an app for Uni which needs to show on screen a persons heart rate preferably in real time (but its not necessary) as well as the pulse oximeter results.
Huawei Health Kit SDK can meet your needs. You could refer to this Docs.
After integrating the Health Kit SDK, your phone app can read and write the user's fitness and health data upon the data-type-specific user authorization.
You can use the health data sharing API provided by Health Kit to provide end users with a surplus of services related to running, heart rate, and sleep. For example, fitness apps can analyze users' fitness data based on user authorization, in order to provide customized fitness services and suggestions for users.
I can open, read and update, using the sqlite3 command line tool, a database in a file that has been placed by an installer , like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Mar-24 at 14:25
The installer was creating the file with write permission for some users and readonly for others. A typical snag for unix, but not something I am used to having to deal with on windows.
I am trying to calculate heart rate and peripheral capillary oxygen saturation (SPO2) from a MAX30101 High-Sensitivity Pulse Oximeter and Heart-Rate Sensor. I understand when I am in HR mode my sample has 3 bytes, and when I am in SPO2 mode, sample has 6 bytes. I don't understand what to do after getting the raw data.
I know that for SpO2 I need to use a ratio R=(ACred/DCred)/(ACir/DCir),and after that SpO2=104-17R ( as shown in this datasheet: https://pdfserv.maximintegrated.com/en/an/AN6409.pdf), but I don't know how to get AC i DC components, or how to get HR. There is not any specific info about it in the datasheet. Can someone explain it to me, or provide an example? I am only able to return raw data.
Here is part of code I've created for reading one sample using the stm32ide:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Feb-27 at 17:54
You have to use DC Filtering because the electrical nature of the response leaves it full of noise. You need to find a way to smooth the jagged curve that's produced so you can get a more stable and useable response (less noise). The article you mention describes one way to do it, but there are others, including just taking average values. The gist: you need to treat the range of signal values as a specific signal value at a specific time in order to get meaningful results. You have to find a way to turn the analog continuous value into a digital discrete value.
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