Biometrics E-LINK


E-LINK Evaluation and Exercise Modules

E-LINK Evaluation and Exercise Modules combine clinical measurements with computerized activities for physical and neurological rehabilitation


E-LINK Evaluation and Exercise Components:

E-LINK Evaluation and Exercise Components

H500 Hand Kit

Consists of the Dynamometer for hand grip strength measurement and the Pinchmeter for hand pinch strength measurements
Force ranges for exercise can be set to meeting the patient’s functional goals. The movement of objects in the E-LINK Activity Modules can be controlled by the set parameters.



Special feature

  • Digital measurement: fast & accurate pinch & grip measurements (0.1 increments)
  • Specific tests are included for evaluation
  • Progress reporting over multiple sessions
  • Unique isometric grip & pinch exercise
  • Interactive games are included to motivate training


Specific test for evaluation: Tools are linked to the E-LINK software for easy and accurate measurement of grip and pinch strengthRapid exchange grip test


For Biometrics’ Dynamometer

  • Resistance Control Unit
  • Standard Peak Force Grip test
  • Sustained grip test
  • Rapid exchange grip test


For Biometrics’ Pinchmeter
  • Key (Lateral), Three Jaw (Tri-pod), Tip to Top, Thumb to Digit Opposition
  • Sustained pinch test


The H500 includes:

  • G200 Dynamometer
  • P200 Pinchmeter
  • 2 Connecting Leads for attaching to the X4 InterX Unit
  • Grip Strength and Pinch Strength evaluation and exercise software

FP3 Forceplates

Designed for maximum versatility in a wide variety of clinical settings. Combining multiple FP3 increases the evaluation and exercise options. Test results can be used to set the parameters for Exercise.


E4000 Upper Limb Exerciser
Sustained Test Results

Special feature:

  • Simultaneously evaluate both anterior-posterior and medial-lateral weight bearing
  • Assess an monitor changes in weight distribution
  • Broad detection range: responds to as little as a touch of finger to full standing weight
  • The interactive games in Activity Modules are designed to be fun, encouraging the patient to control their balance and achieve the therapeutic objectives.
  • Flexibility and Versatility of application: One, Two, or Four FP3 ForcePlates can be used for a variety of clinical applications


One ForcePlates
Single FP3 ForcePlate in use

Unilateral measurement of weight bearing and weight bearing exercise in both the upper and lower extremity.


Two ForcePlates
Two FP3 ForcePlates
Two FP3 ForcePlates

Bilateral, single axis measurement of weight bearing and distribution. Measurement of either right/left OR front/back over specified time intervals produces clinical reports and progress reports over multiple sessions. Single axis exercises in the upper and lower extremities in standing or seated positions.


Four ForcePlate
Four FP3 ForcePlates and the BaseFrame BF8

Simultaneous dual axis evaluation of right/left AND front/back weight bearing and distribution. Clinical reports of the measurements are displayed and printed as both graphs and tables. Progress reports of multiple sessions over time. Both single axis and multi-axis exercises for upper and lower extremities in standing or seated positions.


Optional accessory
Supporting frame
Supporting frame

Supporting frame- Increase the safety and provide extra support for weak patients



X4 InterX Unit

X4 InterX Unit

All modules require the X4 InterX Unit as the Intelligent Interface to connect the E-LINK evaluation and exercise components to the computer. Up to four E-LINK tools may be connected simultaneously allowing the user to easily and quickly switch between the components during an evaluation or exercise session. InterX connects to an IBM compatible computer via the USB port.

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Free demonstration is available (Hong Kong and Macau)

Please feel free to contact us at +852 2416 8321 or via email for further information and quotation.