LMTV70EVM , TIVA C SERIES TM4C123G LaunchPad EK-TM4C123GXL

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Good morning,

I am currently an undergraduate student at the Democritus University of Thrace in Greece performing my dissertation thesis in the field of biomedicine. For this purpose, my colleagues and I, would like to develop a system of wearable sensors that will enable the continuous monitoring of vital biomedical parameters such as the body temperature, the blood pressure, the saturation of oxygen in blood, the hearth rhythm, as well as the electrocardiogram.

Based on past projects, I have in my disposal the products, but I do not know for sure if this is the appropriate  for the conduction of the system as described above. To a greater level of detail, I have already the following products:

  • TIVATM C SERIES TM4C123G LaunchPad Evaluation Kit EK-TM4C123GXL
  • LMT70EVM (Temperature Sensor)

Because I do not have any experience in designing wearable systems for monitoring basic biomedical parameters and because I want to control all the sensors and measurements in a single program through a single program, I would like to ask you if you could see it for me. source code for the LMT70EVM.

In addition, I would like to ask which of the two programs do you suggest I use in order to display the results on the computer from the measurements of the wearables sensors:
1) LabView
2) Code Composer Studio

Sotiris Katsimentes

 

  • Hi,

    Because I do not have any experience in designing wearable systems for monitoring basic biomedical parameters and because I want to control all the sensors and measurements in a single program through a single program, I would like to ask you if you could see it for me. source code for the LMT70EVM.

    We do not have any specific example for interfacing with LMT70EVM. However, I will suggest you look at the ADC examples in C:\ti\TivaWare_C_Series-2.2.0.295\examples\peripherals\adc. It is just matter of reading the temp sensor signal from LMT70EVM and convert it to digital value using the TM4C123's built-in ADC module.