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LED watch "radar": even know breathe

  • Author:Eunice
  • Source:net
  • Release on :2015-12-23
           Shenzhen Risen OPTO Co.,Ltd,LED Flood Light Manufacturers,led wall washer light suppliers,led smd 5730 flood light.Japan's cutting tool maker Tool Union will begin selling the LED's care system, "radar," in September 2015, and a radar element in the LED. The system uses radar to measure the distance between the lamp and the object of the care, can detect the abnormal of the object of care, and can also monitor the respiratory and sleep state of the nursing object. Features can eliminate the "being watched", "put the instrument on the body" and other discomfort and tension, compared with the use of camera and human sensor system more easily acceptable to people.
Excellent tool for the idea of the pension institutions and nursing institutions such as sales of the system, the first annual sales target is 300 million yen. The company held a press conference in Tokyo in November 10, 2014.
          The development of Japan's Net CQ-S, which is developed by the use of information communication technology, and the related technology has been patented. LED (24GHz) radar components and wireless LAN chip. Through the distance between the analysis of radar reflection waves to measure the ceiling lamps and lanterns and the old people's head, and measurement of the result can be sent to the server through wireless LAN. When the old man squat or fall, the distance between the ceiling and the head suddenly changed, so can quickly detect abnormal physical condition, and to inform the distant nursing institutions and their families.
          Equipped with millimeter wave radar components are developed by the Panasonic system LSI business unit, the use of CMOS technology to integrate transmitter and receiver on a chip, the FMCW (frequency modulation continuous wave) mode can be used to measure the distance between the LED lamps and the detection object. The size of the element is smaller than the original millimeter wave radar components, easy to built into the LED lamps.
          Detection range, the maximum detection range is 8 meters, the maximum detection distance of 160 degrees is 4m. CQ-S net on behalf of the company directors Saito Hikaruzhen introduction, the LED lamps installed in the ceiling of about 3M high, "can cover about 13m2 indoor, also can be detected out of the range of more than one person".
Can also monitor the breathing and sleep
          The radar lamp can not only detect the abnormal, but also use the micro displacement measurement function of the millimeter wave radar, and can also detect the important data such as breathing and sleep depth. "The amplitude of the breathing caused by the upper and lower chest is around 3mm, which can be measured with a wavelength 24GHz 12mm band radar". In addition, the system can measure the pulse of the technology.
          The price is 30 thousand yen for the radar itself, and the communication server and other supporting sales system in the price of about 200 thousand yen. Excellent tool for managing director and chief operating omnibus minister Shimatani Katsuhiko said "will and a number of partners, according to the demand consider make what look like".
Radar lamp has been the Japanese economic industry province, the province of 2014 robot care equipment development and introduction to promote the cause of the selection, the implementation of the project for 2 years. In addition, to participate in the development of the radar can be a tool, Net CQ-S and Panasonic LSI Division also participated in the Nara Women's University, led by the health care alliance". These three companies will be in November 12 ~ 14 in Tokyo, the International Convention and Exhibition Center held a medical equipment and rehabilitation equipment exhibition, Japan HOSPEX 2014 on the work of the radar.
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