Multi Axis Force Plate
- Wide measurement range.
- Anti overload, no fatigue, long-term stability.
- Compact structural design, corrosion resistant design, preventing splashing water.
- High sensitivity, high stiffness, accurate measurement of high dynamic processes.
- Accurately tracking the movement of the pressure center of the human body.
- Provide a one-stop testing system suitable for sports venues.
- The dynamometer has a variety of dimensions and associated loads to meet different application requirements.
- The F6040 and F8040 force measuring platforms are suitable for gait analysis in rehabilitation medicine and research,
F9060, F1206, and other dimensional force measuring platforms are suitable for sports and other dynamic biomechanical, ergonomic, and industrial research.
In sports testing, the use of force plates is essential as they provide an accurate measure of an athlete’s performance. Force plates measure the ground reaction forces generated by an athlete during movement, allowing coaches, trainers and athletes themselves to identify areas of strength and weakness in the body.
The use of force plates allows for the evaluation of an athlete’s biomechanics during various movements, including jumping, running, and change of direction. The data can identify imbalances in an athlete’s body, such as unilateral weakness or a lack of stability, which may increase the likelihood of injury.
Force plates also provide information on an athlete’s power output, which is an essential component of many sports such as sprinting, jumping and weightlifting. By measuring the force generated by athletes, their power can be assessed, and training programs can be developed to increase power output.
In summary, the use of force plates in sports testing provides valuable data regarding an athlete’s movement patterns, biomechanics, strength and power output. This information enables coaches and athletes to develop tailored training programs that help them to perform at their best and reduce the risk of injury.
Force plates are still usually reserved for use in scientific research. As they become cheaper and more widely available, more tests are being developed (reactive and Dynamic Strength Index), and also they can be used to provide more information on current tests (e.g. vertical jump).
A common use of a force plate is for measuring vertical jump height. Instead of just placing a mark on the wall, jump height can be more accurately measured using lasers or timing mats, and extra information about the force/velocity curve can be gained by jumping from a force plate.
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Model of KWYB-F8040-10K