This may not be the right place to ask this question. If this is the case, please suggest an alternative and I will gladly move this question to a suitable forum. I am trying to wirelessly capture an ECG signal using the EPIC sensor from Plessey Semiconductors. As marketed on their website, it seems that their sensors can pick up the signal at a distance.
I have read all the datasheets on their websites but they are more confusing than helpful. On the website, some the sensors (especially the PS25203) are said to allow capturing an ECG signal at a distance. However, there is no specification of the distance between the sensor and the person. If anyone on this forum has ever used the sensor, would you please elaborate on:
- Practical distance between the person and sensor to capture an ECG signal
- Analog circuit interface to the sensor
- Which EPIC sensor (PS25201, PS25251,PS25203, etc), is appropriate for this? It seems PS25102 used in their EPIC demo kit is expensive ($504.00) and, according to the datasheet, does not differ much with other sensors.
Again, if there is a better forum to post this type of questions to please let me know and I will move the question.