Chips Enable Market’s Smallest Wearable Heart Monitor

Chips Enable Market’s Smallest Wearable Heart Monitor

Tiny motion-sensing and data-processing chips from STMicroelectronics enable the market’s smallest and most accurate wearable heart-rate monitor from PulseOn. The wrist-worn device is very simple and intuitive to use. It provides accurate continuous heart-rate measurement without the need for a chest strap, and its sophisticated algorithms transform the heart-rate data into meaningful personalized feedback. ST’s MEMS accelerometer maintains the PulseOn heart-rate measurement accuracy and reliability at the level delivered by an electrocardiogram. The STM32L microcontroller makes sure everything functions on minimal energy use. For more details on the PulseOn heart-rate monitor, visit

Burlington, MA

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Company: STMicroelectronics
Country: Switzerland

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