Heartbeat Sensor Using Arduino
Heartbeat Sensor electrical equipment is applied to determine the heart rate, which is the number of pulses in a minute.
As we know that monitor body temperature, heart rate, and blood pressure are the primary things that we do to prevent ourselves healthy and fit.
A healthy and comfortable heart rate for adults ranges from 60 to almost 100 times per minute.
Usually, a lower heart rate at rest refers to more effective heart function and more reliable health.
For more information, a well-skilled athlete maybe has a standard relaxing heart rate closer to 40 beats per minute. Tachycardia attaches to a quick relaxing heart rate, habitually above 100 beats per minute.
Tachycardia can be critical, depending on its underlying principles and on how to severe the heart for work; however, tachycardia significantly raises the chance of stroke, unexpected cardiac arrest, and death. The working figure for this project is shown below.
working of the heartbeat sensor
To regulate body temperature, often, thermometers are used and a sphygmomanometer to observe the Pressure of Arteries or Blood Pressure.
Components Required For This Project
- Arduino Uno——————>You can buy it from here.
- LCD Screen——————->Buy online Click here.
- Heartbeat Sensor————>Buy from here.
- Jumper Wires——————>Buy online from here.
- Breadboard ——————>mini breadboard can be found online.
- 10k ohm Potentiometer——>you can find it from university or from the market nearby.
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