Tendo Power Analyzer and Tendo Power Analyzer WL are portable training tools. They are an easy way to determine power output and bar speed in training and testing.
What is measured and calculated?
|Tendo Unit||Tendo Power Analyzer||Tendo Power Analyzer WL|
|2||Partial Average Power(Watts)||YES||YES|
|'Average Power of Limited (pre-set) range of motion from 0-100% of range of motion'|
|6||Eccentric Average Velocity(m/s)||YES||YES|
|'Average Velocity in downward movement'|
|Maximum Force for Limited (pre-set) range of motion from 0-100% of range of motion|
|10||Memory -||500 reps||500 reps|
|11||Battery Operated(Built in battery charger)||YES||YES|
|12||Audio signals on upper & lower limits||YES||YES|
|14||Number of repetitions||YES||YES|
|15||Audio signals on upper & lower limits||YES||YES|
|16||Shows Power,Force,Velocity measurements||YES||YES|
|17||Shows % Of Power,Force,Velocity measurements||YES||YES|
|18||Shows % limit of Partial Average Power & Peak Force.||YES||YES|
|19||Carrying bag and manual.||YES||YES|
|20||Microcumputer, Sensor cable and data cable||YES||YES|
|22||Computer Software||YES(Optional )||YES(Optional )|
|23||Wireless Bluetooth connection||YES(Optional )||YES(Optional )|
The Tendo Unit easily hooks to the barbell, plate stack or athlete and measures velocity in meters per second up to a 2.6 meter range of motion. If the proper mass of the barbell or the athlete has been entered into the microcomputer, the unit gives power out put as well as velocity measurements.
|All units together
||Squat with mat
||Full Extension with WL
This is the unit that is changing training
Tendo Power Analyzer WL and Tendo Power Analyzer can also be interfaced with a laptop computer to run up to 8 stations simultaneously. This is fast becoming the choice of the professional trainers, colleges and pro teams. Computer Software and Bluetooth interface is an additional option in these models.
Single Station Bluetooth Interface
Multistation Station Bluetooth Interface
A special thank to Prof. Dusan Hamar MD, PhD, Head of Institute of Sports Sciences, University of Bratislava, for his scientific expertise making the Tendo project a reality.