Surface pressure profile of a person sitting using the Tactilus® Body Mapping Sensor SystemRequest a Demo
The NEW Tactilus® Bodyfitter® seat sensor system delivers real-time surface pressure distribution between a person and their seating surface.
Bringing human factors engineering to a new level, Bodyfitter® is capable of characterizing pressure magnitude of the seat surface, back rest and head rest simultaneously.
Bodyfitter® then assimiliates the data collected into our powerful Windows® based software providing you with everything from pressure maps to detailed statistical analysis. In the design of seating surfaces, position, density and conformity of materials is critical.
Bodyfitter® not only significantly reduces the number of test iterations required but is a evolutionary design aid towards the quest for ergonomic fit. Tactilus® Bodyfitter® is the most economical, scientific and user-friendly system for surface pressure mapping available today, both in the lab as well as in-store.
Tactilus® is matrix based tactile surface sensor that works by the principle of piezoresistance. Tiny sensing cells cover the entire surface area of our sensor "skin" allowing for discrete spot pressure analysis at any point in the contact region. Sensor Products primary proposition is to offer our clients precisely what they require or need. To that end, every thing we design can be completely tailored to your unique situation.
Seat pad sensor elements shown on a wheelchair
Screenshot of pressure distribution across a seat pad
Tactilus® Seat Sensor and USB Cable
|Pressure Range||0 - 4 PSI (0 - 0.28 kg/cm2)|
|Grid Size||32 x 32|
|Max Sensing Area||17 x 17 in (43 x 43 cm)|
|Scan Speed||Up to 100 hertz|
|Spatial Resolution||Custom from .39 in. (10 mm)|
|Thickness||30 mils (0.76 mm)|
If you are looking for a matrix pressure sensor that enables you to carry out surface pressure mapping in your application, then you should contact us about Tactilus®.
Refer to our applications menu for additional information on any of these uses of Tactilus® for surface pressure mapping.
NOTE: You may also have read about electronic sensor elements, tactile surface pressure systems, force sensing resisters, free form sensor systems and matrix-based tactile surface sensors. These terms are synonymous with our Tactilus® seat sensor.