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360 Software

Calibration

Starting the 360 software

Calibration            
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Software Introduction

A brief introduction to the Humac software for the 360

Introduction            
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Patient/Subject Management (Step 1)

These videos describe how to select, add, edit or delete patients/subjects

How to select an existing patient or subject   How to add a new patient or subject   How to edit an existing patient or subject   How to delete a patient or subject
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Short cuts to tests and exercises

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Select Either Test or Exercise (Step 2)

These videos describe how to select a test or exercise pattern

Please note selecting either test or exercise takes you through the stages in exactly the same way UNTIL the reports section. Simply follow the steps after this stage for either Test or Exercise as the steps are the same until the reports section.

How to a select a TEST pattern   How to select an EXERCISE pattern        
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Protocol Selection, Creation and Editing (Step 3)

These videos describe how to select, add, edit or delete protocols and sets of exercise

How to select an existing protocol   How to delete a set within a protocol   How to duplicate a set within a protocol   How to move a set within a protocol
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ADD a SET

 

 

       
               
  Isotonic set ADDING   Isotonic set EDITING        
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Add or edit a system protocol

 
 

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Patient/Subject Set Up (Step 4)

These videos describe how to set up and run a test/exercise

The main set up window explained   How to set the anatomical zero (A/Z)   How to set the range of motion)    
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Feedback Displays During the Test or Exercise

360 Feedback Displays

Report Selection Screen (Step 5)

These videos describe how to select, view, print and export reports

How to select a TEST report            
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Reports for Tests and Exercises

360 Reports

360 Dashboard

This video describe how to use the Dashboard function

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Change the Feedback Protocols

Add or Edit System Feedback Options

These videos describe how to add or edit system based feedback for the Dynamic Tests

Roadway   Interactive Line   Interactive Path   Pacing bar
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Response Time Test   Proprioception Test        
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Options from the Top Menu Bar

These videos describe the options avaliable from the top menu

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Top Tip:

Calibrating isokinetics machines is an involved task which should only be done by qualified engineers.

Remember the research has shown you are more likely to introduce errors trying it yourself!

 

  
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