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Published: 17 April 2014

The Reebok CheckLight is a sports/activity impact indicator that logs the total number of impacts received by an athlete during a game or practice and measures the force of each impact. The device is inserted in a skullcap (provided) and worn on the head, with or without a helmet, during activity sessions. When an athlete receives an impact above a programmed threshold, either a yellow or a red LED will begin to blink. This alerts the athlete, coach, or trainer to assess the status of the athlete before continuing to play. The CheckLight features a 3-axis MEMS accelerometer and a 3-axis gyroscope that allow it gauge acceleration and force of impact. It is powered by a 3.7 V, 81 mAh Li-Polymer rechargeable battery that provides up to 6 hours of use time, or about 2 to 3 games or practices.

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