Productafbeelding Corival rehab

Corival rehab

Featuring a low 7 Watt start-up load, eddy current electro-magnetic braking for precision, and a customizable workload ranging from 7 to 1000 watts.

Part number: 960901

Corival Rehab

Introducing the Corival Rehab, an exceptional medical device built upon the worldwide popularity of the Corival ergometer. With a low start-up load of 7 Watt and an eddy current electro-magnetic braking mechanism, this cutting-edge cycle ergometer ensures unparalleled accuracy, a fundamental Lode principle. Customizing the workload within a wide range of 7 to 1000 watts. Its ultralow step-through design guarantees easy access and optimal ergonomic positioning for patients.

Furthermore, the Corival Rehab boasts reduced noise levels, providing a serene environment for recovery. Equipped with a 7″ touch screen control unit and a convenient bottle holder, this ergometer offers seamless operation. The built-in module allows effortless connectivity to the Lode Cardiac Rehab Manager Software, Lode Rehab Manager, or the Lode Ergometry Manager, maximizing data management efficiency.

Why the Corival Rehab

Reliable and reproducible stress tests

The experience of professionals who calibrate many ergometers showed that the Lode ergometers are the most reliable across the complete workload and rpm range and still within specifications even after many years of intensive use.

Various test modes

Besides the hyperbolic (rpm-independent) mode that is used most of the time, the standard control unit offers several other test modes, like the fixed torque mode and the linear mode.These modes can be used in both manual and terminal mode.

High standards

Lode is a socially and environmentally responsible company. All Lode products are RoHS/WEE compliant and Lode is ISO 9001:2015, and ISO 13485:2016 certified. All medical products comply to MDD 93/42/EEC, incl. IEC 60601-1.

Q-factor equal to road-bike

The Q-factor of the ergometer is equal to the Q-factor of road bikes, creating perfect training circumstances.

Rotatable handlebar with new lever

The new designed lever makes it even easier to adjust the handlebar. The handlebar can be rotated 360 degrees and is constructed in such a way that the test subject can be installed comfortably at every seating height.

What people say about the Corival

Lode products are used worldwide. Here is what people have to say about Lode and Lode products.

“I highly recommend the Lode Corival Ergometer to anyone in need of a reliable and efficient tool for their research or fitness ”

Caspar Frederik Mylius MSc

Lecturer and researcher Hanze University of applied sciences in Groningen
Hanze University of applied sciences in Groningen
Hanze University of applied sciences in Groningen

Caspar Frederik Mylius MSc

Product Features

7 inch display

This ergometer is standard supplied with a large 7 inch touch screen display.

Extreme low start up load

The extreme low start-up load of 7 watts and the adjustability in small steps of 1 watt make this ergometer perfectly suitable for many different applications. The standard control unit shows multiple ergometry parameters and you can determine your specific default setting and start-up menu.

Low noise

Due to accurate manufacturing and the careful choice of materials the product has an extremely low noise level.

Accurate over a long period of time

The Lode ergometers are supplied with an electro-magnetic braking mechanism of Lanooy (eddy current). The biggest advantage of this braking system compared to a friction braking system is the absolute accuracy and the accuracy over time. Moreover, friction braking systems have more wearing parts.

Readout of saddle height

The height of the saddle is stepless adjustable and can be read-out on the saddle shaft.

Perfect ergonomic position

Improved ergonomic position according to the latest requirements.

Ultra-low step-through

The lowest possible step-through guarantees easy access to the ergometer for all test subjects: a must for people who are not so mobile!

Hidden connectors

The cables are connected to the ergometer under the ergometer, which means that the test subject or operator cannot bump onto the connector.

LEM compatible

This product can be used with Lode Ergometry Manager (LEM) software to manage data and to apply specific protocols when a Communication card is present

LCRM compatible

This product can be used with Lode Cardiac Rehabilitation Manager software (LCRM)

Related products


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Valiant2 rehab

Valiant 2 Rehab


Lode Cardiac Rehab Manager

Corival Rehab options

LEM and LCRM compatible

The Corival Rehab is designed to seamlessly integrate with LEM (Lode Ergometry Manager) and LCRM (Lode Cardiac Rehab Manager) software solutions. This compatibility means that the ergometer can easily connect and communicate with these specialized software platforms.

When the Corival Rehab is connected to LEM or LCRM, it allows for efficient data transfer and management. This integration enables you as a healthcare professional to collect and store various performance data from patients during their rehabilitation sessions. Parameters such as workload, heart rate, duration, and other essential metrics are captured in real-time by the ergometer and sent to the software for analysis and tracking.

With LEM and LCRM, you can access comprehensive data-driven insights about each patient’s progress. You can monitor trends, evaluate improvements, and make data-backed decisions on the most effective treatment protocols for individual patients. This compatibility streamlines the rehabilitation process, enhances patient care, and facilitates precise, evidence-based adjustments to treatment plans, ultimately leading to better outcomes and rehabilitation experiences.

  • Specifications
  • Science
  • Support
  • Marketing
  • Workload
  • Accuracy
  • Comfort
  • User Interface
  • Connectivity
  • Dimensions
  • Power requirements
  • Standards & Safety
  • Certification
  • Environmental conditions


workload range fixed torque 0,1 - 70 Nm Workload range in fixed torque mode
minimum load 7 W the minimum load the ergometer can provide
maximum peak load 1000 W the maximum load the ergometer can provide for a short period of time
minimum load increments 1 W the smallest steps with which the load can be added
maximum continuous load 750 W the maximum power the ergometer can deliver continuous
hyperbolic workload control control of workload in hyperbolic way
linear workload control control ergometer in a linear way
fixed torque workload control control ergometer in a fixed torque way
maximum rpm independent constant load 150 rpm rpm as to which constant load can be applied
minimum rpm independent constant load 30 rpm rpm as from which constant load can be applied
optional heart rate controlled workload control the device optionally through a set heartrate
electromagnetic "eddy current" braking system system that very accurately applies a brake to the ergometer
dynamic calibration continuous calibration during application of workload
power range at maximum rpm (maximum) 1000 W operational power range


workload accuracy below 100 W 3 W accuracy of the ergometer below 100 Watt load
workload accuracy from 100 to 500 W 3 % accuracy of the ergometer between 100 and 500 Watt
workload accuracy from 500 to 1000 W 5 % accuracy of the ergometer between 500 and 1000 Watt


Q-factor 180 mm Q-factor
minimum leg length user 645 mm (25.4 inch) leg length to fit to pedals
minimum leg length user (incl. adjustable pedals) 602 mm (23.7 inch) leg length to fit to pedals when adjustable cranks are used (measured inseam)
allowed user weight 180 kg (396.8 lbs) maximum patient weight
handlebar adjustment angle 360 ° angle over which the handlebar can rotate
adjustability range seat 300 mm (11.8 inch) seat adjustment range

User Interface

English user interface User interface available in English language
Chinese user interface User interface available in Chinese language
Croatian user interface User interface available in croatian language
Czech user interface User interface available in Czech language
Danish user interface User interface available in Danishlanguage
Dutch user interface User interface available in Dutch language
Finnish user interface User interface available in Finnish language
French user interface User interface available in French language
German user interface User interface available in German language
Greek user interface User interface available in Greek language
Hungarian user interface User interface available in Hungarian language
Italian user interface User interface available in Italian language
Japanese user interface User interface available in language
Korean user interface User interface available in Korean language
Latvian user interface User interface available in Latvian language
Lithuanian user interface User interface available in Lithuanian language
Norwegian user interface User interface available in Norwegian language
Polish user interface User interface available in Polish language
Portugese user interface User interface available in Portugese language
Romanian user interface User interface available in romanian language
Russian user interface User interface available in Russian language
Spanish user interface User interface available in Spanish language
Swedish user interface User interface available in Swedish language
Turkish user interface User interface available in Turkish language
Ukrainian user interface User interface available in Ukrainian language
Readout RPM Readout the actual rpm on control unit
Readout Time Readout time on control unit
Readout Power Readout the actual power on control unit
Set Resistance Possibility to define a specific resistance for each test subject
Set P-Slope Possibility to set the load regulation resistance
Set Mode Possibility to define parameters to be adjusted during the stress test
screen size (diagonal) 17.78 cm (7 inch) diagonal size of the display
touchscreen operation by touch screen


Lode Ergometry Manager Can be controlled using the Lode Ergometry Manager Software
Lode Ergometry Manager Can be controlled using the Lode Cardiac Rehab Manager Software
LRM Can be controlled using the Lode Rehab Manager Software
USB connector connection via USB possible


Screen resolution 800 x 480 pixels Screen resolution
product length (cm) 105 cm (41.3 inch) length of product in cm
product width (cm) 58 cm (22.8 inch) width of the product in cm
product height 114 cm (44.9 inch) height of product
product weight 65 kg (143.3 lbs) the weight of the product
Flywheel weight 2730 gr Weight of the flywheel

Power requirements

V AC 100 - 240 V voltage in Volt
Phases 1 phases
Frequency 50/60 Hz frequency in Herz
Power consumption 160 W power consumption in Watt
Power cord length 250 cm (98.4 inch) length of powercord including plugs
Power cord IEC 60320 C13 with CEE 7/7 plug European power cord and connector standard supplied with product
Power cord NEMA NEMA power cord and connector

Standards & Safety

IEC 60601-1:2012 the product is IEC 60601-1 edition 3.1 compliant
ISO 13485:2016 compliant Lode fulfils ISO 13485:2016 requirements
ISO 9001:2015 compliant Lode fulfills ISO 9001: 2015 requirements


CE class Im according to MDD93/42/EEC CE certified
CB according to IECEE CB CB certified

Environmental conditions

minimum operational temperature 14 °C minimum temperature at which the device will work within specification
maximum operational temperature 35 °C maximum temperature at which the device will work within specification
minimum operational air pressure 80 kPa minimum airpressure as from which the product will be operating within specification
maximum operational air pressure 106 kPa maximum air pressure as from which the product will be operating within specification
minimum operational non-condensing humidity 30 % minimum non-condensing humidity at which the product will operate within specification
maximum operational non-condensing humidity 90 % maximum non-condensing humidity at which the product will operate within specification
minimum storage & transport temperature -20 °C minimum temperature the product may be stored and transported at
maximum storage & transport temperature 60 °C maximum temperature the product may be stored or transported at
minimum air pressure storage & transport 50 kPa minimum air pressure the product may be stored or transported at
maximum storage & transport air pressure 106 kPa maximum air pressure the product may be stored and transported at
min. humidity storage & transport 10 % minimum non-condensing humidity that the product can be stored or transport at
max. humidity storage & transport 95 % max. non-condensing humidity that the product can be stored or transported at
Towards an individualized protocol for workload increments in cardiopulmonary exercise testing in children and adolescents with cystic fibrosis.
Exercise capacity in children with isolated congenital complete atrioventricularblock: does pacing make a difference?
Validity of the oxygen uptake efficiency slope in children with cystic fibrosis and mild-to-moderate airflow obstruction.
Effects of Exercise Therapy on Cardiorespiratory Fitness in Schizophrenia Patients.
Near-infrared spectroscopy during exercise and recovery in children with juvenile Dermatomyositis.
Habitual physical activity in Dutch children and adolescents with haemophilia.
Supramaximal Verification of Peak Oxygen Uptake in Adolescents With Cystic Fibrosis
Respiratory Gas Exchange During Exercise in Children with Congenital Heart Disease: Methodology and Clinical Concepts.
The steep ramp test in healthy children and adolescents: reliability and validity.
Human critical power-oxygen uptake relationship at different pedaling frequencies
Speeding of V̇O2 kinetics with endurance training in old and young men is associated with improved matching of local O2 delivery to muscle O2 utilization
Effects of exercise intensity on lymphocyte apoptosis induced by oxidative stress in men
The Effect of Acute Exercise on Serum Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor Levels and Cognitive Function
Development of exercise-induces arm-leg blood pressure gradient and abnormal arterial compliance in patients with repaired coarctation of the aorta.
Time course and mechanisms of adaptations in cardiorespiratory fitness with endurance training in older and young men
Role of exercise intensities in oxidized low-density lipoprotein-mediated redox status of monocyte in men
Muscle deoxygenation to VO2 relationship differs in young subjects with varying τVO2
Influence of carvedilol on the benefits of physical training in patients with moderate chronic heart failure
The Steep Ramp Test in Dutch Caucasian Children and Adolescents: Age- and Sex- Related Normative Values
Estimating peak oxygen uptake in adolescents with cystic fibrosis
Evaluation of vital parameter response to load changes using an ergometer system in a group of healthy subjects
Relationship between salivary and serum testosterone levels in response to different exercise intensities
Vitamin C and E supplementation prevents some of the cellular adaptations to endurance-training in humans.
Effects of cardiac rehabilitation and exercise training programs on depression in patients after major coronary events
Reproducibility of Inert Gas Rebreathing Method to Estimate Cardiac Output at Rest and During Cardiopulmonary Exercise Stress Testing.
Predictability of exercise capacity following pediatric burns: a preliminary investigation.

LCRM Demo Software

Installation Instruction LCRM Demosoftware

950902 LCRM 3.4.3 demo software


Simulator of 7 inch display, V1.0.39


M960901 - Manual Corival Rehab in English

M945834 - Manual Control Unit Ergometers ENG

M960901 - Manual Corival Rehab in Croatian

M960901 - Manual Corival Rehab in Danish

M960901 - Manual Corival rehab Dutch

M960901 - Manual Corival rehab Finnish

M960901 - Manual Corival rehab French

M960901 - Manual Corival Rehab in German

M960901 - Manual Corival cpet in Greek

M960901 - Manual Corival Rehab in Italian

M960901 - Manual Corival Rehab in Lithuanian

M960901 - Manual Corival Rehab in Norwegian

M960901 - Manual Corival rehab Polish

M960901 - Manual Corival Rehab in Portugese

M960901 - Manual Corival rehab Spanish

M960901 - Manual Corival Rehab in Swedish

M960901 - Manual Corival rehab Turkish


CE Certificate Stress Test and Force Measurement Devices

ISO 9001:2015 Certificate

Manufacturers Declaration of Conformity 27 Lode

FDA Registration certificate

CB certificate Corival IV

ISO 13485: 2016 Certificate

CB certificate LCRM with Corival range

Dimension pictures

960900 Corival dimensions

Frequently asked questions

In what range are the handlebars of the Corival and Excalibur adjustable?

The Corival handlebar is adjustable within 0-360 degrees.
The Excalibur Sport’s handlebar is adjustable in both vertical (465- 855 mm) and horizontal (229- 600 mm) direction.

Is it possibe to estimate the travelled distance?

This is possible for all ergometers from 2004 on. Since 2009 it is possible to create yourn own calculation by using the adjustable resistance. Note: both pedalling speed and workload are taken into account by estimating the travelled distance.

Is it possible to put another saddle on the ergometer?

Yes, you can use most commercial available saddles. For the Excalibur an easy saddle exchange option is available. Please contact your service coordinator

What is Eccentric ergometry

During Eccentric or negative ergometry you have to resist against a workload produced by a motor instead of an electromagnet, see article prof. Folgering: Effects of positive and negative exercise on ventilatory CO2 sensitivity.

Is it possible to control the Lode ergometers and treadmills with external CPET equipment?

Yes, you can find interface sheets for most common devices on the website at the “interfacing” tab of the product. If your CPET device is not present you can ask us to support you. In most cases we can quickly provide you with a solution.

What is heart rate controlled cycling / protocol?

During heartrate controlled cycling or running, you can determine a maximum heartrate limit. When this limit is reached, the ergometer/treadmill will adjust the workload/speed so the heartrate will stay more or less stable. You can perform a HR controlled test with the standard controller. You can program HR controlled protocols with the controller of the Valiant, Corival, Angio and Excalibur (more heartrate limits in one protocol (per step)), and the LEM (multi control) software module.

Is it possible to turn the display around so it is facing the physician?

Yes, before purchasing, you can order or it can be changed by a service engineer.

Is the SpO2 option compatible with LCRM?

Yes the SpO2 results are visible during the rehab session.

What is the Q factor of the Lode ergometers?

The Q factor of a bicycle ergometer is the distance from crank to crank. For the Excalibur the Q factor is simular to a racing bike meaning 147mm (+/- 3 mm).
The Q factor of the other ergometers is a little bit bigger (like a city bike), for the Corival this is 180 mm.

Can I loop Lode rehab products easily?

Yes! It is very easy to create a comfortable rehab setting with Lode rehab products by looping the ergometers:

The first Lode rehab ergometer can be connected to the PC with LCRM with a Lode proprietary network to PC cable (#930930).
The second product up till the last product can be connected to the previous one, a bus network configuration.

The last product always needs a termination plug to avoid interference and loss of data. All Lode rehab products come standard with such a termination plug.

– Flawless data connection
– High bandwidth
– No interference of COM ports
– Looping
– Full access of all data in the product to LCRM

Is Lode recommending special disinfection procedures for the Lode products due to COVID-19?

Yes, Due to the fact that the scientific research on the spread of Covid-19 is not yet conclusive Lode recommends to disinfect and clean all Lode products and their accessories (cuffs, heart rate belts, SpO2 sensors, handgrips/rails, touchscreens etc) that are in contact with the patient and or the medical personnel with a standard disinfectant as used in the hospital before and after every patient, with attention and care!

Since these agents are sometimes aggressive it might be advisable to check the effect on sensitive surfaces, like cushioning on non-visible areas. Lode will not take responsibility for discoloration due to these agents.

Will my existing Lode streamers and ergometers still be compatible when I upgrade the LCRM software to a newer version?

Yes you can upgrade to a newer LCRM version without any influence on the total LCRM installation, The Lode Streamers, ergometers and treadmills will work as usual.

Is it possible to lower the workload in case of a sudden SpO2 drop?

SpO2 can be used to control the load of the ergometer. In the tab “SpO2 ” you can choose to use SpO2 for automatic load adjustment and you can edit the settings (see manual LCRM 950902)

Is LCRM compatible with automatic BP measurement devices?

When the automatic Blood Pressure option is available on the Lode ergometer, this module is compatible with LCRM. You can program the blood pressure interval in the exercise protocols.

Is it possible to use the PWC protocol with LCRM?

A Physical Work Capacity (PWC) Protocol can be programmed for the bicycle ergometers. During a PWC protocol the workload will increase every 2 seconds with 1 watt untill the set heart rate is reached. The Workload belonging to the target heart rate is the PWC result which is dependent on the physical condition of the patient.

Is it possible to use a Karvonen protocol and adjust the percentages with LCRM?

A Karvonen protocol can be selected. In the Karvonen protocol the formula based on maximum heart rate and resting heart rate is implemented: HR (Karvonen) = HRrest + (HRmax – HRrest) * x%. The percentage is defined by the physician depending on the physical improvement of the participant. The resting heart rate and maximum heart rate should be defined in the participant characteristics.