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Human factors Lab

Human Factors Lab

The lab presents a manual concerning measurements of pulse (Anthropometry) , EMG, EKG, skin resistance, and reaction time. All experiments are run by each individual student.

  1. MOXUS Metabolic System
  2. Light-Meter
  3. Anthropometric Measurement
  4. Noise Dose Meter
  5. programmable temperature and testing machine
  6. Reaction Time
  7. SENSOR-CASSY (ECG)  test
  8. EMG test

The following are photos of some equipment and instruments included  in the Human Factors lab.

 

MOXUS Metabolic System

 

The MOXUS uses the

legendary CD-3A & S-3A analyzers

The MOXUS is Ideal for Research,

Teaching and Clinical metabolic

measurements with the fastest

response time available,

unsurpassed accuracy and

unwavering stability guarantees data.

 

 

Light-Meter-LT300

The LT300 measures light level (illuminance)

to 400,000 Lux (40,000 Fc). The LT300 offers

a backlit display,

MAX/MIN, Data Hold, Relative,

Peak, and Reset features.

 

Anthropometric Measurement

The objective of this experiment is to

Highlighting the importance of body size

variation through self-measurement.

 

 

EMG model 6000,
8 channel (WLAN INTERFERENCE)

 

Reaction Time

Reaction test module: Three LEDs 1, different in color

are operated by chance (random generator).

Upon lamination of one of the LEDs

the push button 2 has to push.

The delay time between lamination of the

LED and pushing the button is displayed by

the reaction time module as 1/100 sec.

Reaction time module: Red, 26-mm,

3-digit LED display 3 (1/100) that can be read

from a distance of 10 m.

 

 

Programmable Temperature Humidity Testing Machine

is designed for testing the capability of

heat-endurance, cold-endurance,

dryness-endurance, and humidity-endurance,

suitable for quality control of the industries

of electron, electrical equipment, vehicle,

metal, foodstuffs, chemistry,

building materials, luggage,

adhesion tape, printing, packaging, etc.

 

 

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