The CORE sensor allows the live and recorded data to be accessed in a few ways. Please refer to the CORE connectivity for an overview of the compatible hardware.
The CORE sensor captures core body temperature (CORE temp) and skin temperature (Skin temp) data. Depending on the sports device, the skin temperature data may not always be available for on-screen display or recorded in the file. Some devices may provide additional capabilities such as logging maximum, minimum and average values.
There are two ways that that data from the CORE sensor is recorded and is available for further analysis.
1 - CORE sensor activity data - FIT file
Most sports devices that can be paired with the CORE sensor allow the real-time data to be displayed on-screen and record this to the FIT file - a standard format which is common for sports hardware to log training metrics.
This data is typically available after an activity in the sport device and companion apps/software. FIT files are a universal format that can also be opened in sports applications. In the left-menu there are guides for accessing the CORE sensor data in popular training applications.
2 - CORE sensor (onboard) recorded data
The CORE sensor records temperature data on-board and independently to FIT file recording. This is a second source for the data which is synchronized via the CORE App to the CORE Cloud web app and permanently stored.
The CORE sensor records core body temperature (CORE temp), skin temperature (Skin temp) and, when available, heart rate (bpm). When synchronized via the CORE App, the data is then available inside the CORE App and CORE Cloud web app along with advanced metrics.
This CORE sensor data can be exported / downloaded in CSV format.