Designed to meet your needs

Our noninvasive, objective, and ambulatory clinical monitoring devices have been used by a variety of clinicians and researchers in a variety of applications. Find the device that best meets your clinical and research needs.


Actigraphy technology can help you assess the sleep/wake patterns of a variety of patients with various sleep complaints. Actigraphy serves as a complement or adjunct to a polysomnogram or subjective paper diary. Data collected by actigraphy devices has a variety of applications in sleep medicine and sleep disorder, circadian rhythm disorder, and daytime activity research.

Actigraphy advantages:

  • Noninvasive - no wires or uncomfortable sensor attachments
  • Objective - provides an accurate representation of sleep/wake history
  • Ambulatory - real-world sleep/wake data collected during everyday living
  • Multiple-night monitoring - continuous monitoring for weeks/months
  • “Wear it and forget it” technology - improved patient compliance
  • Low daily cost - reusable devices
  • Rugged dependability - monitor with confidence
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Telemetry is a convenient method used to wirelessly record and track a subject’s physiology over time, including core body temperature, dermal temperature, and heart and respiration rate. Data collected by telemetric devices has a variety of applications in clinical trials, military medicine and training, preoperative or postoperative outpatient monitoring, healthcare telemedicine, sports medicine, and hazardous occupations.

Telemetry advantages

  • unobtrusive - wireless sensors eliminate need for probes
  • ambulatory - monitor patients in their natural environment
  • 24/7, real-world subject monitoring
  • store data in nonvolatile memory

Telemetry software

Easily configure, retrieve, and export recorded telemetric data with our flexible and powerful Actiware software, designed to work with our Actiwatch devices. Learn more about Actiware.

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