The Goniometer measures the angle of a joint, such as the knee or elbow. Use it to analyze the range of motion of a limb during different types of physical activity.
The Goniometer can be used to measure the dynamic motion of a limb during different types of physical activity.
A set of elastic straps are used to secure the sensor to the subject.
The lightweight and flexible joint arms allow the limb to move naturally.
Use it with an EKG Sensor to measure muscle activity during limb motion.
The sensor can also be detached from the base plate and flexible arms so it can be used in a variety of STEM and engineering activities.
Range: 0-340° (+/-170°)
13-bit (SensorDAQ): 0.06°
12-bit (LabQuest 2, LabQuest, LabQuest Mini, Go!Link, LabPro): 0.12°
10-bit (CBL 2): 0.5°
Goniometer: joint angle sensor with base plate attached to static arm
12-inch flexible joint arm
10-inch flexible joint arm
8-inch flexible joint arm
Two 24-inch elastic, hook-and-loop straps
Two 14-inch elastic, hook-and-loop straps
The Goniometer requires a compatible interface and software to collect data. Interface and software sold separately. Getting started with probeware »
The Goniometer is compatible with these interfaces:
TI-Nspire Lab Cradle
For computers, Logger Pro 3.8.6 or newer is required. Download the free update »
For LabQuest, LabQuest App 1.7 or newer is required. Download the free update »
For LabQuest 2, LabQuest App 2.1 or newer is required. Download the free update »