OnBeat let’s your athletes use whatever heart rate monitor they want. The app doesn’t require a proprietary heart rate monitor.
Please contact us about purchasing discounted heart rate monitors for your facility.
The two monitors we recommend are the Wahoo TICKR (chest) and Scosche Rhythm+ (armband). Both send out a Bluetooth and ANT+ signal and work with most third party
Below is a list of heart rate monitors that broadcast Bluetooth and are compatible with most 3rd party mobile apps including OnBeat. No additional hardware is required to use these with OnBeat however the iPhone hardware is capped at 8 connections and the iPad hardware is capped at 12 connections.
- Wahoo TICKR, TICKRX and Run – DC Rainmaker review
- Wahoo Blue HR
- Scosche Rhythm+ – DC Rainmaker review
- Mio Fuse
- Mio Link
- Mio Alph
- Mio Alpha 2
- Mio Velo
- Mio Slice
- 4iiii Innovations Viiiiva
- MyZone MZ3
- Polar H7
- Polar H10
- TomTom HRM (SZ999)
- Powertap Powercel
- Jarv Run BT
- Soleus BlueFitHR
- Cateye BTLE
- Zephyr HxM
- Sigma R1
- Coospo H8 and H6
- Cardiosport TP3
- Suunto Smart Belt
Please visit this ANT+ directory to see the 75+ heart rate monitors that are compatible with OnBeat. IMPORTANT: Additional hardware is required to use ANT+ heart rate monitors. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive this additional hardware.
Most of the Garmin smartwatches such as the Fenix, Vivosmart and Vivoactive broadcast an ANT+ signal which is compatible with OnBeat. In the watch, go to Settings > Sensors or Heart Rate > Broadcasting and select OK.
The Garmin heart rate straps also broadcast an ANT+ signal which is compatible with OnBeat.
IMPORTANT: Additional hardware is required to ANT+ heart rate monitors. Please email email@example.com to receive this additional hardware.
FitBit and Apple Watch
OnBeat does not currently work with FitBit or Apple Watch because they do not allow third party apps to import real-time heart rate data. If this changes, we will be sure to integrate with them.