Biosignal Acquisition System

Biosignal Acquisition System - Explorer
2700-EXPLORER
The Biosignal Acquisition System has been designed specifically to enable top researchers to accelerate their research. It is a wireless system which acquires physiological data from miniaturized sensors placed on the body, showing and processing them. The Biosignal Acquisition System integrates up to 20 miniaturized sensors for visualization offline or at real time (EMG, ECG, EDA, Force, Accel..
4 Channel Hub
2701-4CH
The Four-Channel Hub is a high-performance wireless data acquisition unit. HUB SPECIFICATIONS Analog Ports: 4 generic inputs Auxiliary Ports: 1 digital I/O + 1 ground Resolution: up to 16-bit (per channel) Sampling Rate: up to 1000Hz (per channel) Communication: Bluetooth Class II Range: up to ~10m (extendable) Internal Memory: (optional ex..
Electrocardiography (ECG) Sensor
2702-ECG
Electrocardiography (ECG) records electrical activity of the heart over time. Variations in the duration, amplitude, and morphology of the ECG waves are used for diagnosing abnormal cardiac rhythms and conduction patterns. Our low-noise ECG local differential triode configuration enables fast application and unobtrusive data acquisition (although custom electrode cable configurations are av..
Electrodermal Activity (EDA) Sensor
2703-EDA
Electrodermal Activity (EDA) can be defined as a transient change in certain electrical properties of the skin, resulting from sweat secretion and sweat gland activity. These changes can result from elicited or natural stimuli that trigger a regulatory response by the sympathetic nervous system.   The Electrodermal Activity (EDA) is capable of accurately measuring the skin ..
Blood Volume Pressure (BVP) Sensor
2704-BVP
The Blood Volume Pressure (BVP) Sensor is an optical and non-invasive sensor that measures changes in blood volume in an arterial extremity, based on photoplethismography (PPG technique).   The Blood Volume Pressure (BVP) Sensor has a probe for placement on the finger that contains a red light source and a photodetector. These two components are in transmission detection mode and d..
Electromyography (EMG) Sensor
2705-EMG
Muscle activation is triggered by bioelectrical signals of very low amplitude sent from motor control neurons on our brain to the muscle fibers. Electromyography (EMG) enables the translation of these electrical signals into numerical values, enabling them to be used in a wide array of applications. Our sensor is especially designed for high performance surface EMG data acquisition even in the ..
Accelerometer (ACC) Sensor
2706-ACC
The triaxial accelerometer is based on MEMS (Micro Electro-Mechanical Systems) technology and has been developed for biomedical applications where cinematic and motion measurements are required. This sensor can measure accelerations relative to free fall and the model available is capable of detecting magnitude and direction of this same acceleration, as a vector quantity. This resulting v..
Electroencephalography (EEG) Sensor
2707-EEG
Our Electroencephalography (EEG) Sensor, model 2707-EEG, has been especially designed for both classic and localized EEG measurement. When a cap is too intrusive, only a limited number of channels are needed, or you’d like to synchronously record EEG and non-EEG biosignals, this is the perfect solution. The bipolar configuration, with two measurement electrodes detects the electrical potentials..
Temperature (TMP) Sensor
2708-TMP
We offer a line of temperature sensors that consists of three models. These NTC sensors have been developed for biomedical applications and are meant to be used on a range of temperatures between 0 ºC to 50 ºC. The family of our temperature sensors presents robust, stable, accurate, low cost and with low tolerance values. Its geometry and rapid response also provide an increase in the confidenc..
Piezoelectric Respiration (PZT) Sensor
2709-PZT
Our piezoelectric respiration sensor is an entry-level affordable option for respiratory analysis in a wide range of applications. It has a localized sensing element that measures displacement variations induced by inhaling or exhaling. The elastic strap is provided with the sensor to secure it in place, and can be adjusted in length, enabling the sensor to be applied in different anatomies (e...
Force (FSR) Sensor
2710-FSR
The Force Sensor is a very thin sensor that is capable of measuring the force applied to it. The sensing area of the sensor can be round or square and the sensor can be calibrated to respond with more or less sensibility to the loads that are applied. The range of the Force Sensor can go from 0 to 450 kg, depending on the model. We offer four different pressure sensors.   From reac..
Light (LUX) Sensor
2711-LUX
Light (LUX) sensors are typically used for ambient light detection. A common need when working with biosignals is the synchronization of the recorded data with external sources (e.g. a computer screen for visual evoked potentials). If applied to the computer screen, our LUX sensor can be used to detect chromatic changes in the stimuli, hence providing a synchronization source. The LUX sensor ca..
Synchronization (SYNC) Kit
2712-SYNC
Our synchronization (SYNC) accessory bundles a handful of tools to meet your multidevice and third-party device synchronization needs. All the parts connect to the digital port (marked with the left/right arrow on the casing). The Digital Sync Cable (DSC), LED, and switch can all be interchangeably connected to the digital port individually (e.g. imagine that you just need to use the switch, th..
Pushbutton (BTN)
2713-BTN
A common need when recording biosignals is the annotation of meaningful events that occur during the recording session, synchronously with the biosignal data. This ergonomic handheld manual button was specifically designed for that purpose.   Typical raw switch data (acquired with biosignals)   FEATURES Ergonomic design Easy-to-use..
Foot Switch (FSW)
2714-FSW
A common need when recording biosignals is the annotation of meaningful events that occur during the recording session, synchronously with the biosignal data. This practical foot triggered button was specifically designed for that purpose. ..
Inductive Respiration (RIP) Sensor
2715-RIP
This high-performance inductive respiration sensor has been specifically designed having dynamic conditions in mind (e.g. effort trials, ambulatory sensing, etc.). The sensing element is embedded in the chest strap fabric, and spans its full length. Unlike our affordable piezoelectric (PZT) sensor (which only measures the displacement in a localized manner), the RIP option measures the overall ..
Goniometer (GON)
2716-GON
This twin-axis goniometer provides accurate data related with flexion/extension and ulnear/radial deviation. With two attachment points to the body and a flexible beam it enables high-performance uncompromised operation even in dynamic scenarios, without limiting the motion of the monitored subjects. Multiple size options are available, enabling placement in segments ranging from a finger (e.g...
Load Cell
2717-LC
This single-axis load cell is particularly suitable for handgrip, traction/compression, and similar applications. Its sturdy design and accessories enable force measurement in many different settings. The plug and play design provides maximum flexibility for use with our biosignal acquisition kits. ..
Force Platform
2718-FP
This multipurpose force platform is intended to be used together with our biosignalsplux kits. Its versatile design enables a wide range of applications such as jump analysis, center of mass distribution, weight assessment, force production capacity, and others. Multiple configurations and measurement range options are available. ..
Vaginal Probe
2719-VAG
Our sensor is especially designed for high performance pelvic floor EMG data acquisition. The bipolar configuration is ideal for uncompromised low-noise data acquisition, and the raw data output provides medical-grade data enabling it to be used for advanced and highly accurate electrophysiology research. ..
LED Actuator
2720-LED
The LED is typically used to provide visual feedback to the user. A common need when working with biosignals is the synchronization of the recorded data with external recording devices (e.g. a video camera). If applied to a camera lens, the LED sensor can be used to introduce common markers in the recording, hence providing a synchronization source. The LED sensor can also be useful for optical..