The forZe™ instrumented treadmills are unique in that they are the only capacitive pressure treadmills in the world. With thousands of pre-calibrated capacitive sensors built into the treadmill’s deck, the PhysTread is extremely accurate and userfriendly.
The analysis of force and pressure distribution during standing, walking, and running can be completed in less than 30 seconds. All pressure, spatial, and temporal parameters are compared in an easy-to-read report that also provides side-by-side comparisons. Additionally, with the optional “safety arch,” the PhysTread is the perfect solution for rehabilitation, especially in a hospital setting.
The myoPRESSURE™ software module automatically calculates the average pressure print, COP gait line and butterfly diagram, COP Parameters, zone segmentation and zone separated force curves, peak force and duration statistics and averaged total force curve display. Timing and velocity statistics are all standard in the all-in-one analysis & reports, enabling detailed human movement insight for performance enhancement, injury recovery or research metrics.
Remain confident with evidence-based objectification of every step parameter, analysis of any area on the plantar surface and facilitation of the identification of gait abnormalities. History reporting and progress tracking are automated for even the most functional or dynamic movements without the need for cables that restrict the freedom of movement.veraged total force curve display. Timing and velocity statistics are all standard in the all-in-one analysis & reports, enabling detailed human movement insight for performance enhancement, injury recovery or research metrics.
Speed – 0.1 – 18km/h
Elvation – 0 – 20% incline
Measuring Range – 1 – 120 N
User Weight Capacity – 440 lbs
Number of sensors – 5376
- Instrumented deck with Capacitive Sensors
- 150 x 50cm Running Surface
- 5,376 Sensors
- 94.8 x 40.6cm Sensor Area
- Backlit LCD Display
- USB connection
- 220V Power supply
- Integrate pressure insoles, plates and treadmills
- Gait and stance analysis
- Cop gait line and parameters
- Zone segmentation and force curves
- Timing and velocity statistics
- Estimated vertical force curve