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Leonardo Mechanograph® GRFP LT

Leonardo Mechanograph® GRFP LT

The compact model for clinical practice

Portable version with simplified user interface for everyday use in clinical practice.

The portable platform for dynamic measurement of ground reaction forces with spatial resolution. Easy to use and to instruct, fast application and at the same time high reproducibility due to the utilised everyday motions. Applicable in any age group (reference data from 3 to 99 years included). Typical measurement duration about 1 minute per test (about 5 minutes for standard functional assessment). The test procedures include different jumps for the analysis of individual anaerobic peak power and maximum voluntary muscular force. Measurement of maximum voluntary muscular forces refines bone measurement results in order to quantify the functional muscle-bone unit. Leonardo Mechanograph GRFP LT is optimised for simple and efficient use in clinical practice as well as for monitoring rehabilitation success. Included in delivery are the measurement platform Leonardo Mechanograph GRFP LT and the analysis software Leonardo Mechanography BAS. Optionally available is a measurement PC or laptop with software preinstalled.

Manufacturer: Novotec Medical GmbH

Certified according to: CE

Price: On request. Please contact us for your personal quote.

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Technical data

Type numbers8N600550
Training area dimensions (l/w/h)740 x 740 x 55 mm
Overall dimensions (l/w/h)820 x 820 x 55 mm
Weight of device23 kg
Total weight23 kg
Force sensors4
Sampling rate per sensor500 Hz
ADC resolution16 bit
Max. force per sensorca. 2 kN
PC InterfaceUSB 2.0, USB 3.0
Analysis softwareLeonardo Mechanography BAS v4.4
Seperated platform for left/right leg (side-differences)No
Supported Test Types and Assessmentss2LJ, m1LH, CRT, RT, BT, BAss, GrF/GrW (with optional GF Sensor)
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