EWH Kits provide hands-on training, understanding of important biomedical engineering concepts, and practical electronic fabrication skills needed by both engineers and technicians. Kits are used in developed country university settings to teach fundamentals of electronics and to provide service opportunities for our university Chapters. A kit build is an excellent activity for an EWH Chapter to do on its own or to take to local high school or after-school programs to excite younger students about engineering. Kits are shipped with all parts and directions for assembly.

Products Overview

Who builds kits?

Anyone can build EWH Kits! Many different groups have found EWH kit builds to be fun and educational:

  • EWH University Chapters build kits to engage students in activities that support EWH's mission.
  • Engineering classes build kits to introduce students to technical skills and bioinstrumentation.
  • High school classes build kits to teach technology principles and hands-on skills.
  • Creative teachers build kits to promote discussion of technology and global health inequities.
  • Boy Scouts & Girl Scouts build kits to learn soldering and contribute to an important cause.
  • Anyone who wants to learn engineering skills and support engineering education in the developing world!

 

EWH Chapters are eligible for Kit Financial Aid to support and expand their Kit Activities. Click here to learn more.

More kit projects are at various stages of development, and we welcome input from groups interested in helping with their further development.

 

These kits are currently available:

 

ECG Simulator

 

The ECG (electrocardiogram) Simulator is an electronic tool that provides cardiac monitors with an electrical wave similar to the human heart’s signal. It can be used to teach healthcare personnel how to set up the input parameters for ECG machines. EWH’s ECG Simulator Kit can generate three important ECG signals: left arm (LA), right arm (RA) and left leg (LL).  This kit is also suitable for classroom electronics teaching in biosignals. 

 

Engineering World Health’s ECG Simulator Kit is an educational tool only and is not to be used for any other purpose, including any medical, diagnostic or other laboratory applications.

 

If you would like more information, send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , or order from our website using the Order Form.

 

Click here to download the ECG Simulator Assembly Instructions.

Click here to download the ECG Simulator Laboratory Activities Handbook. 

Click here to download the ECG Simulator Laboratory Activities Handbook - Instructors' Guide.

Click here to download the ECG Simulator LabView 2011 script (requires MYDAQ). 

Click here to download the MultiSim 13 files for the ECG Simulator analog circuit.

 

ECG Simulator Kit Pricing:

 

Quantity

Unit Price

EWH Chapters and 

K-12 Educators 

Unit Price

Additional Kit Information

1-10

$65.00

$45.00

• Kit Packaging Dimensions:  8-5/8 x 5-3/8 x 1-5/8 inches (flat rate box) 


• Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces (including the box)

• Kit does not include batteries

• Domestic Shipping (U. S. only)

• Delivery time: 2 weeks

11-20

$60.00

$43.50

21-30

$54.00

$42.00

31-40

$45.00

$40.00

41 or more

$39.00

 

Order any of our kits using the ONLINE ORDER FORM

Kits Return Disclaimer: Customers are welcome to keep their EWH kits; however, if you would like to help improve healthcare infrastructure in the developing world, return assembled kits to the EWH address below. We will share them with our Biomedical Engineering Technician (BMET) training programs at institutions overseas. 

 

Optical Heart Rate Monitor (Solder Kit)

 

OHRM 3D ModelWe are excited to announce that EWH's new Optical Heart Rate Monitor (OHRM) Kit is available for online orders. The circuit measures the heart rate through the subject’s fingertip and shows the cardiac frequency through a blinking light. The product teaches students principles of electronics and biomedical engineering through hands-on learning and is ideal for middle/high school and college students, or for students training for careers in electronics, BMET, and healthcare occupations. The kit includes a bare board and electronics components, which can be reused for multiple assemblies.

Engineering World Health’s Optical Heart Rate Monitor Kit is an educational tool only and is not to be used for any other purpose, including any medical, diagnostic or other laboratory applications.

For more information, send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , or order from our website using the Order Form.

Click here to download the Optical Heart Rate Monitor Assembly Instructions.

Click here to download the Optical Heart Rate Monitor Laboratory Activities Handbook.

Click here to download the Optical Heart Rate Monitor Laboratory Activities Handbook - Answer Key.

Optical Heart Rate Monitor Kit Pricing:

Quantity

Unit Price

EWH Chapters and 

K-12 Educators 

Unit Price

Additional Kit Information

1-10

$65.00

$45.00

• Kit Packaging Dimensions:  8-5/8 x 5-3/8 x 1-5/8 inches (flat rate box) 


• Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces (including the box)

• Kit does not include batteries

• Domestic Shipping (U. S. only)

• Delivery time: 2 weeks

11-20

$60.00

$43.50

21-30

$54.00

$42.00

31-40

$45.00

$40.00

41 or more

$39.00

Click here to see prices for replacement parts (components) only.

 

Ordering:

Order any of our kits using the ONLINE ORDER FORM

Kits Return Disclaimer: Customers are welcome to keep their EWH kits; however, if you would like to help improve healthcare infrastructure in the developing world, return assembled kits to the EWH address below. We will share them with our Biomedical Engineering Technician (BMET) training programs at institutions overseas. 

Engineering World Health
Attn: Kits
The Prizery, Suite 200
302 East Pettigrew Street
Durham, NC 27701

 

 

 

 

 

 

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