e-Celsius Performance

A unique solution for continuous core temperature monitoring

e-Celsius® Performance, solution based on an ingestible electronic capsule,  alllows a continuous core temperature monitoring

Main applications are:

  • Individual thermoregulation capacities characterisation
  • Hyperthermia / Heat stroke prevention
  • Hypothermia prevention
  • Warm up / recovery processes optimization

In hot conditions, the thermal stress related to a physical effort is amplified by the external temperature and the environment’s humidity. The saturation of the body’s thermoregulation mechanisms systematically leads to a performance decreasing and can quickly cause hyperthermia to levels that may cause nausea, fainting up to death.

Key figures :

e-Celsius® Performance pill:

  • Storage: Up to one year
  • Weight: 1.7g
  • Size: 17.7mm x 8.9 mm
  • Sampling: 10s, 30s, 1min, 2min, 5min
  • Accuracy: 0.2°C
  • Operational range: 25°C to 45°C
  • Store up to 2000 data
  • Wireless transmission (433 MHz)
  • Communication range: 1 m
  • Operational duration: 20 days

e-Viewer® Performance monitor:

  • 3 pills per monitor
  • Multichannel: 7 monitors in parallel
  • Autonomy in charge: 24-36h
  • Size: 120mm x 70mm x 15mm

Thanks to the memory embedded into the capsule, the e-celsius® performance solution is the only one which may collect the core temperature data in real competition conditions. Moreover, it lets the atheletes fully free from the warm up to the recovery phase. 

All sports are concerned but particularly those with a aerobic path predominance as cycling, long distance running, triathlon but we have also some use cases in rugby and with those which take place in specific thermal condition as diving.

The e-Celsius® Performance solution may be also used in many use cases:

  • Research with healthy subjects (Physiology, thermoregulation , sleep, chronobiologie, ...)
  • Ergonomy (soldiers, firfighters, workers in extrem environmental conditions).

 Références :

  • Taylor et al., Limiting the Rise in Core Temperature During a Rugby Sevens Warm-up With an Ice Vest. Int. J. Sports Physiol. Perform. 2019, 6: 1-20.
  • Racinais et al., Core temperature up to 41.5ºC during the UCI RoadCycling World Championships in the heat. Br. J. Sports Med. 2018, 0: 1-4.
  • Schmit et al., Optimizing Heat Acclimation for Endurance Athletes:High- Versus Low-Intensity Training. Int. J. Sports Physiol. Perform. 2018, 13: 816-823.
  • Weissland et al., Variations of central and skintemperatures during 24h in elite wheelchair rugby players. Annals of Physical and Rehab. Med. 2017, 60S: e9–e15.










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