Nicholas Manual Muscle Tester
Compact wireless muscle tester. Battery operated. Provides objective standards against a fixed standard. Determines how much force is exerted by pushing through the manual muscle tester against an immovable object. Load cell design eliminates errors due to non- perpendicular loading within the normal angles of force application. LCD readout, 0-199.9 kilograms. 6 1/4 by 2 1/8 by 3 inches. Weight 21 ounces. Sensitivity: 0.1 kilograms. Automatic shut-off to save battery.
Jackson Strength Evaluation System
Measures isometric strength. User stands on a platform and pulls a T- bar attached to a chain on the platform. Monitor has an LCD readout that displays and holds Peak and Average Force in pounds. Includes a 1000 pound strain gauge load cell and a hand dynamometer fixture. Measures strength of grip, arm and back. Use with battery powered voltmeter for millivolt accurate calibration.
Computerized, digital goniometer. Accurate joint measurements. Large easy to read digital displays. Stores data and subject numbers to recall later or download to computer.
Jamar Hydraulic Hand Dynamometer (Model J00105)
Instrument for measuring grip strength. Adjustable handle with 5 grip positions from 1.35 to 3.35 inches. Registers force from 0 to 200 pounds or 0 to 90 kilograms on a dual scale. Dial readout.
Minnesota Manual Dexterity Test & Complete Minnesota Manual Dexterity Test
The Minnesota Manual Dexterity Test is an assessment evaluation test designed for use with individuals with fine motor or neurological disabilities. This standardized test measures eye-hand coordination and manual dexterity of the arm and hand for manipulative work. The testing procedure requires unilateral and bilateral movements while utilizing a broad range of shoulder motion. The Minnesota Manual Dexterity Test incorporates two test batteries—Placing and turning—while the Complete Minnesota