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See what you’re made of

InBody Technology 8-point Tactile Electrodes Exclusive Tetra-polar 8-point tactile electrodes allow measurements 5

to repeatedly start at a fixed point 100% - regardless of where electrodes are cylinder model


placed - to increase accuracy and reproducibility.

Multiple High Frequencies The InBody uses multi-frequencies to penetrate the cell membrane and 5 accurately analyze intracellular water and extracellular water. By using multiple cylinder model


Impedance frequencies, the InBody accurately measures total body water, hence, is

useful in analyzing individuals with imbalanced body water distribution.

Direct Segmental Measurement One of the assumptions generally taken in BIA is that the measured body 5

cylinder model

is one cylinder. The InBody uses direct segmental measurement bioelectric 100%

impedance analysis (DSM-BIA), a patented technology, to precisely Impedance measure the body as 5 separate cylinders: four limbs and the trunk.

No Empirical Estimations Conventional BIA devices factor body type, age, and gender into their


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results. The InBody only uses impedance directly acquired from each subject allowing the InBody to always provide correct results regardless of gender, age, and particularly, body type.

Validation Studies Kriemler, S., Puder, J., Zahner, L., Roth, R., Braun-Fahrländer, C., & Bedogni, G. (2008). Cross-validation of bioelectrical impedance analysis for the assessment of body composition in a representative sample of 6-to 13-year-old children. European journal of clinical nutrition, 63(5), 619-626. Ling, C. H., de Craen, A. J., Slagboom, P. E., Gunn, D. A., Stokkel, M. P., Westendorp, R. G., & Maier, A. B. (2011). Accuracy of direct segmental multi-frequency bioimpedance analysis in the assessment of total body and segmental body composition in middle-aged adult population. Clinical Nutrition, 30(5), 610-615. Lim, J. S., Hwang, J. S., Lee, J. A., Kim, D. H., Park, K. D., Jeong, J. S., & Cheon, G. J. (2009). Cross-calibration of multi-frequency bioelectrical impedance analysis with eight-point tactile electrodes and dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry for assessment of body composition in healthy children aged 6–18 years. Pediatrics International, 51(2), 263-268. Utter, A. C., & Lambeth, P. G. (2010). Evaluation of multifrequency bioelectrical impedance analysis in assessing body composition of wrestlers. Med Sci Sports Exerc, 42(2), 361-7.

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InBody Results Sheet Body composition assessment and nutritional information at a glance ➊ Body Composition Analysis

➎ Body Composition History

Body weight is the sum of Body Fat Mass and Lean Body Mass,

which is composed of Dry Lean Mass and Total Body Water.

Track the history of the body compositional change. Take the InBody Test periodically to monitor your progress.

➏ Body Fat-Lean Body Mass Control

➋ Muscle-Fat Analysis

Compare the bar lengths of Skeletal Muscle Mass and Body Fat

Mass. The longer the Skeletal Muscle Mass bar is compared to

the Body Fat Mass bar, the stronger the body is.

Based on current body composition, the recommended change in Lean Body Mass and Body Fat Mass for a good balanced ratio. The '+' means to gain and the '-' means to lose.

➐ Basal Metabolic Rate

Body Mass Index (BMI) is an index used to determine obesity

Basal Metabolic Rate is the minimum number of calories needed to sustain life at a resting state. BMR is directly correlated to Lean

by using height and weight.

Body Mass.

➌ Obesity Analysis


BMI = weight /

Percent Body Fat (PBF) is the percentage of body fat compared

to body weight.

➑ Results Interpretation QR Code

Provides explanations of each result on the InBody Results Sheet.

➒ Impedance

➍ Segmental Lean Analysis

Evaluates whether the muscles are adequately developed in the

body. The top bar shows the comparison of muscle mass to ideal

weight while the bottom bar shows that to the current weight.

Impedance is the resistance value measured when electrical currents are applied throughout the body. Based on the measured data, key body composition outputs can be analyzed. Impedance is also used for many research purposes.

Muscle-Fat Analysis Graph Interpretation The shape formed by the Weight/Skeletal Muscle Mass/Fat Mass bars will assist in understanding your body type.

Normal Weight - Standard Type

Normal Weight - Weak Type

Normal Weight - Obese Type

Normal Weight - Strong Type

Under Weight - Strong Type

Over Weight - Weak Type

Over Weight - Strong Type

Under Weight - Weak Type

Over Weight - Obese Type

Additional Features Adjustable Touchscreen Head

Voice Guidance

800 × 480 Touch Color LCD 45 degree adjustable.

The InBody guides the examinee with audible instructions

Searchable Database

Enhanced Security

100,000 searchable and downloadable entries allows clients to retrieve past results

Create an Access Code for designated operators, secure your database from unauthorized access, and enable auto-lock if preferred.


Lookin’ Body Data Management Software

Check your progress right after testing on the touchscreen monitor through graphs that track results over time.

Consolidate and manage member results, create faster profiles, email results sheets and expedite the testing process.

Specifications Key Specifications Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis (BIA) Measurement Items

Bioelectrical Impedance (Z)

Electrode Method

Tetrapolar 8-Point Tactile Electrodes

Measurement Method

Direct Segmental Multi-frequency Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis Method, DSM-BIA

Body Composition Calculation Method

No Empirical Estimation


15 Impedance Measurements by Using 3 Different Frequencies (5kHz, 50kHz, 250kHz) at Each of 5 Segments (Right Arm, Left Arm, Trunk, Right Leg and Left Leg)

Total Body Water, Dry Lean Mass, Lean Body Mass, Body Fat Mass, Weight, Skeletal Muscle Mass, Body Mass Index, Percent Body Fat, Segmental Lean Analysis (Right Arm, Left Arm, Trunk, Right Leg, Left Leg), Body Composition History (Weight, Skeletal Muscle Mass, Percent Body Fat), Body Fat-Lean Body Mass Control, Basal Metabolic Rate, Impedance at each segment/frequency

Feature Specifications Optional Equipment

Stadiometers from BIOSPACE

Custom Logo

Name, Address, and Contact Information can be shown on the InBody Results Sheet.

Digital Results

LCD Monitor, Data management software Lookin’Body120

Results Sheet

InBody Results Sheet

Voice Guidance

Provides audible indication for test in progress, test complete, and successfully saved settings changes.


Test results can be saved if the member ID is utilized. The InBody can save up to 100,000 results.


Configure settings and manage data

USB Thumb Drive

Copy, backup, or restore the InBody370 data (can be viewed on the Computer software Program Lookin’Body120)

Other Specifications Applied Rating Current



Power Input

AC 100 ~ 240V, 50/60Hz, 1.2A

Power Output

DC 12V, 3.4A

800 × 480 7inch Color TFT LCD

Internal Interface

Touch screen

External Interface


Compatible Printer

Laser/Inkjet Printers * A list of printers compatible with the InBody370 can be found at


18.1(W) × 26.7(L) × 40.2(H): inch 460(W) × 677(L) × 1020(H): mm

Equipment Weight

44lbs (20kg)

Test Time

About 45 seconds

Operation Environment

50 ~ 104℉ (10 ~ 40℃), 30 ~ 75%RH, 70 ~ 106kPa

Storage Environment

14 ~ 158℉ (-10 ~ 70℃), 10 ~ 80%RH, 50 ~ 106kPa (No condensation)

Testing Weight Range

22 ~ 551lbs (10 ~ 250kg)

Testing Age Range

3 ~ 99 years

Testing Height Range

37.4 ~ 86.6in. (95 ~ 220cm)


Display Type

* Specifications can be changed without a prior notice.


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