April 26th, 2017 | Product News

New Health Band Takes ECG Tracking to Heart

Meet the new Amazfit Health Band, the first wrist-worn ECG tracker that just launched overseas. Equipped with an electrocardiogram (ECG) chip inside, it has a photoelectric PPG sensor that tracks sleep patterns, heart rate, and heart rate variations (HRV). With HRV detection, the Health Band can help those suffering from heart conditions track and stay on top of their cardiovascular health.

                 The Health Band is available in three color schemes: Rose Gold, Sapphire Blue, and Deep Black.

Like it's predecessors - the Moonbeam, Equator, Arc, and Pace - it was designed with everyday wear in mind. Lightweight and comfortable, the entire device weighs only 10 grams - approximately 3.5 pennies.

With an IP67-certified rating, the Health Band is fully dust-proof and can be submerged in 1 meter of static water for up to 30 minutes. It holds a 95mAh pack battery, which lasts up to 7 days and takes only 2.5 hours to fully charge through a custom magnetic cradle. All ECG data can be viewed on your smartphone, or the tracker's 0.42-inch OLED touch screen.

According to Huami's CEO, Wayne Huang, "We use deep learning AI technology for BioID and diagnosing angiocardiopathy in the future."

If HRV drifts too high or low, the Health Band will notify the wearer immediately. From irregular heart beat (arrhythmias) to weakness in the heart (cardiomyopathy), any risk or danger can be instantly detected with the Health Band. With these real time tracking capabilities, the Health Band is a breakthrough for monitoring heart health.

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Linda Cheng, Social Media and Content Manager

Linda graduated from the University of California, Irvine with three majors in Psychology, Urban Studies, and Social Ecology, as well as a minor in Global Sustainability. Her goal is to promote sustainable healthy living by providing the resources needed for success. Using smart data services and motivational psychology, she aims to move users towards long-term lifestyle changes for better health and fitness.