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step counter

[′step ‚kau̇nt·ər]
(computer science)
In computers, a counter in the arithmetic unit used to count the steps in multiplication, division, and shift operations.
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b) Step Counter Module: ADXL345, a 3-axis acceleration sensor, is selected for monitoring the activity.
Pedometers, or step counters, are typically worn on the belt or waistband and detect vertical acceleration of the hip during gait cycles.
"Don't exhaust yourself before a big night," says celeb exercise guru, Joanna Hall, author of the new Step Counter Diet.
One of the simplest ideas you might consider suggesting is the use of a step counter or pedometer.
One simple idea you might consider suggesting is the use of a step counter or pedometer.
A little device called a step counter does the trick.
For example, you can purchase a step counter (see Jan/Feb 2004 for more information) and try to clock more steps this week than you did last week.
FTC warns firm not to pass off Taiwan step counter as Japanese
Tapping on the step counter on the app lets you access more details such as distance covered as well as the calories burned.
It also includes an automatic step counter display, which provides an achievement indicator percentage, an activity graph of the last five hours, and a non-active alert so users can easily assess their progress throughout the day.
I look to the step counter on my wrist for salvation but the reality is I've been cheating on that too.