Wired Sensors

Electrogoniometers and Torsiometers

The comprehensive range of Biometrics' Electrogoniometers and Torsiometers are ideal for quick, simple, and accurate measurement of joint movement in multiple planes.

Surface EMG Sensor

Biometrics Ltd EMG sensors and systems have been extensively researched and developed over a number of years incorporating the latest design principles and technologies.


Precision sensors providing a complete ready to go solution for measurements of acceleration in 3 axes. The ACL300 will measure both dynamic acceleration (i.e. vibration) and static acceleration (i.e. gravity).


The Biometrics Ltd range of ForcePlates are focused to the needs of the researcher providing high precision, versatility and ease of us.

Hand Held MyoMeter (MMT)

The Biometrics Hand Held MyoMeter is a load cell based device that allows the user to quantify the force applied during manual muscle testing for the evaluation of the function and strength of individual muscles and muscle groups, based on effective performance of a movement in relation to the forces of gravity and manual resistance.

Hand Grip Dynamometer

The Biometrics Hand Grip Dynamometer utilises precision load cell technology to increase the sensitivity and accuracy of measurement of even very low grip strength forces.


The unique electronic Pinchmeter has a low profile design that enables the researcher to accurately quantify pinch strength at closer to end range than any other device.

Load Cells

Biometrics' precision load cells provide a complete, ready to go solution for measurements of load or force.

Force Sensor

Biometrics' FlexiForce® sensor can be easily integrated with the DataLINK and DataLOG data acquisition systems. FlexiForce® can measure force between almost any two surfaces and is durable enough to stand up to most environments.

Contact Switches

An assembly of 4 Force Sensing Resistor Sensors (FSRs) each on 1.2 meters of cable which are readily connected to the DataLOG or DataLINK via one connector for use as switches to indicate contact e.g. heel and toe strike or palmer contact.