Electronic Goniometers

DataLITE Wireless Electronic Goniometers for Wrist and Elbow Joint Range of Motion

Measure Joint Range of Movement in Two-Axis

Simply attach an electronic goniometer over a joint to be measured, and as the joint moves, the goniometer measures the changes in the angle between its two end points. Data is transmitted in real-time to a compatible interface.

Wireless DataLITE goniometers provide total freedom of movement, a key feature when studying natural, dynamic joint movements in real-world environments.

Wired Twin-Axis Ankle Goniometer Placement (SG110/A)

Twin-Axis Ankle ROM Measurements

Designed specifically for measurement of ankle range of 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

Wireless Single-Axis Goniometer Measuring Finger ROM

Single-Axis Finger ROM Measurements

Biometrics' Single-Axis Electronic Goniometer 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

Electronic Goniometer sensors and systems enjoy widespread usage due to their versatility in capturing precise measurements, making them indispensable in a variety of applications. These include:

  • Biomechanics: For detailed understanding and analysis of human motion.
  • Ergonomics: Enhancing workspaces and tools for optimal human use.
  • Gait Analysis: Evaluating and improving locomotion patterns.
  • Sports Science: Optimizing athletic performance and injury prevention.
  • Clinical & Medical Settings: Monitoring and improving patient joint movement and rehabilitation.
  • & Many More!

Frequently Asked Questions

An electronic goniometer is a device used to measure joint angles and movements. It provides a precise, non-invasive method to quantify joint position and range of motion in real-time.

The goniometer is placed over a joint, with its end blocks fixed at two points across the joint. As the joint moves, the goniometer measures the change in the angle between the two points.

Both versions function identically, the main difference is that the wired goniometer is connected directly to the data collection device via a cable, while the wireless goniometer transmits data remotely.

Our electronic goniometers have an accuracy of ±2º measured over a range of ±90º and repeatability of 1º measured over a range of 90º.

The goniometer sensor is compatible with DataLITE PIONEER, ADVANCE, EXPLORE wireless interfaces, as well as DataLOG, DataLINK, Amplifier, or 3rd party wired interfaces.

Yes, our goniometers are designed to be lightweight and flexible, so they can be comfortably worn under clothing without hindering movement.

The battery life of the wireless goniometer is up to 12 hours, and it uses a rechargeable Li-Ion Polymer battery.

The wireless goniometer has a transmission range of up to 30 meters.

Yes, the goniometers can be used on any joint, and the size of the sensor should be chosen based on the size of the joint and the subject.

We provide thorough customer service and a two-year warranty for our products.
DataLITE Wireless Electronic Goniometer System

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Electronic Goniometer Citations

Here are a few of our favourite studies using Biometrics Ltd Electronic Goniometer 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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