Electronic Goniometers

Twin-Axis Electrogoniometers

Twin-Axis Electrogoniometers simultaneously measure angles in up to two planes of movement. To measure wrist movements, the endblocks of the goniometer are attached on the dorsal surface, one end over the third metacarpal, the other over the midline of the forearm, with the wrist in a neutral position.

Available as wireless (W-Series) or wired (SG-Series) options, the goniometers all function the same way, the only difference is their physical size.

Wired Twin-Axis Ankle Goniometer (SG110/A)

Twin-Axis Ankle Electrogoniometer

Designed specifically for measurement of ankle motion in two planes. The ankle goniometer (SG110A) is attached to the lateral aspect of the ankle and simultaneously measures ankle dorsiflexion/plantarflexion and inversion/eversion. The standard W/SG110 goniometer is also available for customers desiring posterior placement on the ankle.

Compatible Interfaces: DataLOG, DataLINK, Amplifier or 3rd party

Single-Axis Finger Electrogoniometer

Biometrics' Single-Axis Electrogoniometer measures angles in one plane only. This smallest goniometer is designed to measure flexion/extension of finger joints and is available as a wireless (F35W) or wired (F35) sensor.

Compatible Interfaces: DataLITE, DataLOG, DataLINK, Amplifier or 3rd party

Electrogoniometer sensors and systems are used extensively where measurements are commonly taken for a wide range of applications such as:

  • Biomechanics
  • Ergonomics
  • Gait Analysis
  • Sports Science
  • Clinical & Medical Settings
  • & Many More!
DataLITE Wireless Electronic Goniometer System

Electrogoniometer Systems

Technologically advanced, yet cost-effective range of goniometer data capture systems offering full portability and real-time display and analysis options

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Electrogoniometer Citations

Here are a few of our favourite studies using Biometrics Ltd Electrogoniometer sensors

The Effect of Shin-Torso Alignment on Muscle Activity and Joint Angles of the Lower Extremity in Collegiate Ice Hockey Players

Pring, Noah A. et al.

International Journal of Exercise Science: Vol. 14: Iss. 1, Pages 552 - 562

Effects of Functional Electrical Stimulation Cycling of Different Duration on Viscoelastic and Electromyographic Properties of the Knee in Patients with Spinal Cord Injury.

Casabona A, Valle MS, Dominante C, Laudani L, Onesta MP, Cioni M.

Brain Sci. 2020 Dec 23;11(1):7.

Effect of structural turnout suit fit on female versus male firefighter range of motion.

McQuerry M.

Appl Ergon. 2020

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