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Smart Health® LifeTrak® C200 Selected as Featured Product for International Housewares Show

Salutron, Inc., a global leader in heart rate and activity monitoring solutions, announced that the Smart Health LifeTrak C200 has been selected as a featured product for the International Home + Housewares Show, highlighting the world of personal care innovation. Demonstrations of the C200 and C400 will be conducted in the McCormick Place News Center, Room N228, Level 2 of the North Building, and 6 Ideas Booth N6004 March 2-5, 2013.

New SmartHealth C200 physiological monitor in black and orange. (Photo: Business Wire)

New SmartHealth C200 physiological monitor in black and orange. (Photo: Business Wire)

“We are very pleased that the LifeTrak C200 was selected to participate in this year’s showcase of the leading products related to personal care and wellness,” said Robert McClain, CEO of Salutron, Inc. “The ability to provide continuous physiological monitoring in a format as simple as telling time, benefits not only fitness enthusiasts, but those with conditions like diabetes, or heart disease, who can now focus on wellness in a whole new way. Advances in technology are helping to turn the desire for living a healthier lifestyle into a reality for many and we are pleased to be a part of this important revolution.”

The Smart Health LifeTrak C-series consumer physiological monitoring products debuted at the recent 2013 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas and were well received for their ‘fashion meets science’ wristwatch design. The C200 and C400 physiological monitoring products are the industry’s first all day monitoring solutions that integrate accurate heart rate measurements for enhanced calorie and activity monitoring - unique among today’s wearable devices. With the Smart Health LifeTrak C400 consumers can capture, hold and also wirelessly transmit data to any Bluetooth Smart-enabled device, including smart phones and laptop computers allowing for true FreeLiving™ monitoring - with no charging required and submersible to 90 feet.

Since 1994, Salutron has developed on-demand ECG accurate heart rate monitoring solutions for commercial cardio equipment and consumer chest straps and watches. The company designs, develops and manufactures heart rate monitoring solutions for both the fitness and wellness markets, under a multitude of brands and is recognized as the leader in body monitoring solutions.

In January 2012, Salutron merged with Linea Research Corporation, a provider of sensor integration and signal processing solutions for the medical device industry. Linea’s core competence is in the design and application of electrophysiology and near infrared spectroscopy for medical applications. The company has successfully completed research programs in cardiology and neurology for NASA, DARPA, DOD and DHS.

Salutron will be showcasing the LifeTrak C-Series products at the International Home + Housewares Show in Chicago, March 2-5, 2013. Demonstrations of the product will be provided at the McCormick Place News Center, Room N228, Level 2 of the North Building, and 6 Ideas Booth N6004. The 2013 International Home + Housewares Show will feature 2,100 exhibitors and attract more than 60,000 attendees. For more information, please visit www.housewares.org.

About Salutron Technologies:

Salutron, Inc. develops physiological monitoring solutions for wearable devices and exercise equipment. The wearable devices, in band and watch form factors can be found in major retailers under private label brands or under Salutron's SmartHealth brand. Salutron also provide customized heart rate electronics to leading fitness equipment manufacturers. Salutron is privately held and based in Fremont, CA. More information on Salutron can be found at www.salutron.com.

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