WaveTrack Inertial System

Thanks to years of experience in transmission protocols and miniaturization, we have released in 2015 the smallest wireless IMU transmitter in the world, with several outstanding features that make it absolutely unique:

  • 5.3 grams of weight, as much as a regular A4 sheet of paper (smallest in the market)
  • 70 or 140 Hz of fused data (quaternions) with 9 Dof
  • 140 or 280 Hz of fused data (quaternions) with 6 Dof (highest in the market)
  • 280 Hz of raw data (accelerometers, gyroscope, magnetometer), highest in the market
  • Same sampling frequency for any number of channels involved (from 4 to 32)
  • 6 hours battery life
  • Basic software for acquisition for research
  • Compatible with Wave Plus receiver
  • Memory on board for remote synchronous recording
  • Inductive recharge (compatible with all Wave chargers)
  • Possible to have it waterproofed for underwater acquisitions
  • Full SDK for total control of the hardware and the acquisition via USB

The WaveTrack inertial sensor comes with a solid, professional looking plastic enclosure, with laser engraved channel numbers and axis direction for the most user friendly experience. WaveTrack is available as an accessory of Wave Plus system, as well as with its own custom receiver and charger.

Features: 
  • 5.3 grams
  • Up to 280 Hz of fused data
  • 280 Hz raw data
  • 6 hours battery life
  • Memory on board for remote synchronous recording
  • Inductive recharge
  • Waterproof possibility
  • Full SDK for total control
Software: 

WaveTrack inertial sensors work with EMG and Motion Tools software, easy to use and free of charge. The software allows to:

  • Choose the acquisition modality (9 DoF fusion, 6 DoF fusion, Raw Data)
  • Setup the sensitivity of all sensors
  • Calibrate and configure starting position
  • View up to 8 channels in real time and 3D and record up to 32 channels
  • Save the data in c3d mode and export it as ASCII (.txt)
  • Replay the data together with EMG data (if available)
  • The software is in continuous development: follow our social network updates send us a message to know more about the latest developments.