The MAXREFDES117# reference design is a low power, optical heart-rate module complete with integrated red and IR LEDs, and a power supply. It is designed by Maxim Integrated and manufactured by Seeed Studio.
This tiny board, perfect for wearable projects, may be placed on a finger or earlobe to accurately detect heart rate. This versatile module works with both Arduino and mbed platforms for quick testing, development and system integration. A basic, open-source heart-rate and SpO2 algorithm is included in the example firmware.
The board features 8 sewing tap pads for attachment and quick electrical connection to a development platform.
As with all Maxim reference designs, the BOM, schematics, layout files, and Gerber files are all available from the Design Resources tab.
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Optical Heart-Rate Monitor and Pulse Oximetry Solution
Tiny 12.7mm x 12.7mm (0.5in x 0.5in) Board Size
Example C Source Code For Arduino And mbed Platforms
Highly-integrated, small-size sensor
Non-chest based heart-rate/SpO2 detection
Ultra-low power consumption
The MAXREFDES117# design utilizes the heart-rate/SpO2 sensor (MAX30102), an efficient, low-power step-down converter (MAX1921), and an accurate level translator (MAX14595). The entire design typically operates at less than 5.5mW when using with the example firmware.
Windows PC with a USB port
5 cables that can be used to connect the MAXREFDES117# with the controller board
One of the supported mbed or Arduino controller boards listed above
One USB cable that is compatible with the selected controller board
Download, read, and carefully follow each step in the appropriate MAXREFDES117# quick Start Guide:
MAXREFDES117# HEART-RATE AND PULSE-OXIMETRY MONITOR *1
|Dimensions||60mm x100mm x7.7mm|
Question by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:23:36
HI there, it shall support, it is i2c device, we can connect the sda/scl/3.3v/gnd to esp8266. but we do not test it yet. you can refer to MAXREFDES117# Arduino Quick Start Guide from **https://www.maximintegrated.com/en/design/reference-design-center/system-board/6300.html/tb_tab2** for more info. thanks.Answer by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:23:36