Saddle Pressure Measurement
Evaluate Static or Dynamic High-Resolution Data with XSENSOR®’s Easy-To-Use, Portable Equestrian Saddle Pressure Measurement System
XSENSOR’s all-new Saddle Pressure Measurement System allows saddle fitters, coaches, and equestrians to improve saddle fitting and develop proper seating positions that reduce the risk of injury to horses. Recording, reviewing, and analyzing pressure data provides insights into saddle fitting, rider balance, and rider technique.
Generate accurate, precise, reliable, and repeatable results quickly and easily.
While in motion, such as walking, trotting, galloping, or running, horses experience higher pressure on their backs and shoulders from riders. The Saddle Pressure System measures and records the pressure distribution between saddle and horse and displays the static or dynamic data in real-time with outstanding accuracy and reliability. With compact wireless Bluetooth communication, the lightweight, durable, and flexible sensor can be quickly set-up and used with a variety of saddles, including English and Western saddles.
Saddle Pressure System is mobile and quick to setup.
The durable urethane fabric cover provides extra protection and durability required for equestrian applications and is easy to clean and maintain. The thin, conformable sensor was designed with a custom cutout to allow for easy contouring of a horse’s withers. No heavy or bulky electronics and no cables or wires allow for quick and easy set-up while the entire system is virtually undetectable to the rider and horse.
ISO 17025 certified pressure sensor manufacturer.
Your ISO 17025 registration requires your suppliers to provide verified calibrated test equipment and recalibration processes to maintain your compliance. Unlike other sensors on the market, our sensors maintain their calibration due to the capacitive technology design used and the unique materials used to make these sensors. Our ISO 17025 accreditation means that we have demonstrated competency in producing accurate test and calibration data from our sensors.