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Russian Lapka sensors of the second generation were Wearables

Russian company Lapka Electronics has introduced an updated set of sensors for the iPhone, which will allow smartphone owners to maintain their health. Models series Lapka PEM is now working wirelessly.

Before Lapka PEM must be connected to iPhone through the audio Jack. Therefore, simultaneously with the device, you can use only one gadget. Also a wired connection limited the work with devices on Android and Windows Phone.

The second generation Lapka PEM connects to your iPhone via Bluetooth module. That is, the device can be connected both via Bluetooth and via wire. Wireless operation will change the principle of interaction with the device, according to the company. For example, now Lapka PEM can be worn on clothes or leave in one place for data collection.

“It’s like a GoPro, only for monitoring the environment”, — said in the announcement of the manufacturer. Now you can guess what actually made dinner, and is it safe the bedroom of the child in terms of harmful radiation. So, if you bought a chicken has a higher than expected level of nitrates, you can take steps to make your lunch healthy, is to get rid of innocent birds and reported the incident to where it should.

Readings from sensors that connect to the iPhone via the headphone Jack is displayed on the screen of the device using the mobile application, which is downloaded for free from the App Store.

The kit Lapka PEM includes devices for measuring electromagnetic background radiation level, the level of nitrates in vegetables and fruits and humidity (they also sold separately), and also carry a test for blood alcohol Lapka BAM. In the future the company plans to release a number of additional sensors: the sensor of the concentration of allergens, blood glucose meter, fitness tracker, blood pressure monitor and home station for all devices Lapka PEM.

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