Energympro EP-SH09 Bluetooth LE Fitness Tracker Features AMS AS7000 Biosensor

I wrote about AMS AS7000 biosensor designed for heart rate monitors last fall, and one of my regular reader noticed the sensor, made his company evaluate it, and since the results were pretty good, designed a product with it. And here I am with a sample of Energympro EP-SH09 fitness tracker with an OLED display, HRM based on AS7000 sensor, and IP67 ingress protection rating.

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Some of Energympro EP-SH09 technical specifications:

  • MCU – Texas Instruments CC2640 ARM Cortex-M3 48 MHz
  • Display – 0.86″ OLED display, 96×32 resolution
  • Connectivity – Bluetooth 4.0 LE
  • Input – Touch area at the bottom of the display
  • Sensors – AMS AS7000 biosensor for HRM, motion sensors
  • Battery – 45 mAh LiPo battery which looks good for 4 to 5 days.
  • Dimensions – 40 x 18 x 12.9 mm
  • Weight – 6 grams
  • Ingress Protection Rating – IP67

The device can pair with smartphone using Smart Movement app for iOS or Android, and support features like time and data display, step count,burnt  calories, estimated distance, heart rate monitor, sleep monitor, lost phone or bracelet, remote camera control, etc…

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The tracker ships with a wristband, a USB charger, and a user’s manual in Chinese and English.

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That’s a close up on the optical sensor which light a green LED when active.

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The tracker needs to be place inside the opening in the wristband. It looks a little thin and fragile from my perspective, especially you’ll need to take it off every 3 to 4 days at a minimum to recharge the battery.

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But once you’ve inserted the fitness tracker it’s firmly in place with no risk of dropping.Narrow_wristbandThe wristand itself is quite narrow, but it’s not really an issue.

Energympro_SH-EP09_chargingThe charger is quite nice with two pins using for charging and a short USB cable. It took around 2 hours to fully charge the device, which seems a little slow for that type of device. I have tested it a little, and the HRM seems much more accurate and reliable than the previous fitness trackers/smartwatches I’ve tested before, but I’ll test it about one more week before posting a review.

There’s very little information about this device on the Internet, except a few pictures on Facebook which also links to a non-working link to a shop in Taiwan. The product should probably eventually be listed on Energympro website. Beside selling direct to customers, the company (Sportcom HK) is also looking for partners reselling the device under their own brand.

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