DataLITE Wireless Sensors and System

Biometrics Ltd, UK

Use the latest generation of biofeedback wireless sensors and equipment to record joint movement analysis, EMG and force data real-time. Quick and easy to set-up, the DataLITE Wireless sensors provide superb quality of signal and gives the test subject total freedom of movement.

For more than 20 years, Biometrics Ltd sensors are used around the world in various settings that include biomechanics, ergonomics, sports and exercise science, medicine, physiotherapy, neurology, veterinary science, aerospace and industrial design.

DataLITE Wireless sensors require the DataLITE Dongle (receiver) as the interface to the computer.


DataLITE Wireless Sensors


DataLITE Wireless Goniometers

Using the exact technology as our world standard wired electrogoniometers for dynamic joint movement measurement – the new Biometrics Ltd wireless twin axis goniometers incorporate a wireless transmitter to send data directly to the computer for display, analysis, and saving or transferring to custom applications in real-time.


DataLITE Wireless EMG

The DataLITE Wireless EMG sensor gives superb quality of signal and ease of use. With a bandwidth of 5-495 Hz and a built in 1000 gain amplifier and wireless transmitter, surface EMG signals are collected and sent to the Biometrics software for analysis. EMG data can be synchronized real-time with other sensors as part of a complete DataLITE system.


DataLITE Wireless Adaptor

The DataLITE Wireless Adaptor is required to connect into the following devices:

  • Dynamometer for measurement of hand grip strength
  • Pinchmeter for measurement of hand pinch strength
  • MyoMeter for quantification of force during manual muscle testing
  • ForcePlates for weight distribution and balance measurements

DataLITE Wireless Contact Switches

Digital inputs for gait analysis or other projects requiring collection on contact on/off data. The FS2 Contact Switches simply plug into a DataLITE Wireless goniometer. For example, mounting the goniometer on the ankle, and attaching the contact switches on the foot, it allows the researcher coordinate the gait parameters (heel strike, full foot, heel off, toe off) with the dynamic movement of the ankle joint and perhaps EMG data.