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RF CONTROLLED HOME APPLICATION
cool project i never see thax for sharing
I am one of the developers of this project. This is only a copy of our tutorial.Here you can see the original tutorial:https://www.cooking-hacks.com/projects/arduino-realtime-gps-gprs-vehicle-tracking/
Here you can find the original tutorial.It is only a copy of the content.https://www.cooking-hacks.com/documentation/tutorials/ehealth-biometric-sensor-platform-arduino-raspberry-pi-medical/
On the cooking-hacks site there is no indication that SpO2 is sending raw PPG wave form. Can you tell which port you use to read raw PPG?
connecting these sensors directly to raspberry pi possible? or not.
plz cheak the cooking hacks e-health web site you get the information and codesthankyou
first of all you must config wifly there are many youtube videos to confing wifly
i am using python to get the wave forms , or you can use kst software
Your circuit is spectacular , it hurts that I do not work for me , and I did my best either.does not work the part of the flip flop , the transmitter and receiver work well , and I see the pin 17 of HT12D test , the flip flop does not capture the signal.Well , thanks for sharing the project.greetings from Argentina
The demo files are corrupted. I cannot download them.
smart patient monitoring system using Arduino or raspberry pi
Hello what code to use to get waveform of SpO2?
smart geo-location tracker
Thanks for sharing all information clearly and full appreciation for a great job well done. I am in the process developing an eHealth product. I have purchased last month CH's eHealth kit that comes with 10 sensors, but without BP monitor as they ran out of stock. It is still not available. Please advise any other BP sensor with some serial output that can be purchased locally that will still work with sensor board (and your code). You have mentioned the price is $180 for the entire kit which includes Arduino and shield. But I had to pay Euros 377 excluding 88 for shipping. It costed me $410 which is more than double of your price. Where from you bought the sensors ? Please let me know as I have to buy a couple of kits now. Appreciate immediate response.
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