The XeThru X4M200 is Novelda’s upgraded respiration sensor powered by the X4 system on chip. The standard sleep and respiration monitoring abilities are integrated in the sensor and provide advanced respiration and movement tracking both during the day and throughout the night. An increased programmable detection range up to 5 meters is a key upgraded feature for the sensor.
The X4M200 is ready to be integrated into commercial products targeting areas such as sleep monitoring, baby monitoring, elderly care, and other vital signs monitoring applications.
Available Q2 2017
Up to 5 meters adjustable
Built-in TX and RX
SYSTEM ON CHIP (SOC)
Novelda UWB X4
SINGLE SUPPLY VOLTAGE
Distributed sensor sub-system
RAW BASEBAND DATA OUTPUT
17 baseband frames pr.second
I/Q + AMPLITUDE AND PHASE
Offers 2 raw data formats
The X2M200 is our previous generation respiration sensor based on the X2 SOC, offering most of the advanced monitoring functionality provided by the X4M200.
|TYP. MODULE SIZE||TEMP. RANGE||FOV|
|USB, UART |
|600mW||FCC, CE/ETSI, KCC and |
|58.2mm x 37.4 mm||-40 +85||60°|
The X4M200 sleep monitoring provides advanced respiration and movement tracking throughout the night. The sensor allows users to sleep comfortably without any connected devices and delivers the data needed to understand one’s sleep health and patterns regardless of sleeping position.
With an effective detection measurement range up to 5m, the sensor can be placed on a nightstand or in the ceiling above the bed, and can see through obstacles such as duvets and clothes. Multiple sensors can also operate in the same space allowing people to use their individual sensor simultaneously and in the same room as others.
The X4M200 respiration monitoring detects body movement, presence, distance, respiration frequency, and provides breathing pattern tracking with mm. accuracy - all with the same sensor.
The respiration module is convenient and comfortable to use as it is non-invasive and doesn’t need to be worn - a perfect choice for any assisted living application. It is able to sense through clothing with an effective sensing range up to 5m, and delivers sound respiration data of a person at rest.
The gold standard in today’s sleep monitoring industry is the Polysomnography sleep study (PSG), a multi-parametric test used in the study of sleep and as a diagnostic tool in sleep medicine. It monitors many body functions including brain waves (EEG), eye movements, body movement through muscle activity or skeletal muscle activation, heart rhytm (ECG) and breathing pattern during sleep.
After conducting many live tests, the XeThru sensor provided virtually identical RPM readings, improved movement readings, and improved sleep stage identification, compared to the PSG study. These significant findings prove that the XeThru sensor delivers advanced hospital-grade data and meets PSG standards.