MyoWare MyoWare Muscle Sensor

Posted on Nov 10 2016 - 10:07am by gadgeta

MyoWare MyoWare Muscle Sensor

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$37.99



Harness the power of your muscle signals! The MyoWare measures muscle activity through the electric potential of the muscle, commonly referred to as electromyography (or EMG for short). When your brain tells your muscle to flex, it sends an electrical signal to your muscle to start recruiting motor units (the bundles of muscle fibers that generate the force behind your muscles). The harder you flex, the more motor units are recruited to generate greater muscle force. The greater the number of motor units, the more the electrical activity of your muscle increases. The MyoWare will analyze this electrical activity and output an analog signal that represents how hard the muscle is being flexed. The harder you flex, the higher the MyoWare output voltage will go. Specifications: Arduino Compatible! Dimensions: 2.1″ x 0.81″ (52.3 mm x 20.7mm). Operating Voltage: +3.3V or +5V (typical), +2.9V (min), +5.7V (max). Supply Current: 9 mA (typical). Input Impedance: 110 GOhm. Common Mode Rejection Ratio (CMRR): 110. Input Bias: 1 PA. Note: This product requires electrodes; these are not included, but they are available separately.Single supply – MyoWare won’t need +/- voltage power supplies unlike our previous sensor
Embedded electrode connector – electrodes now snap directly to MyoWare, getting rid of those pesky cables and making the MyoWare wearable
Raw EMG output – a popular request from grad students, the MyoWare now has a secondary output of the raw EMG waveform
Polarity protected power pins – our 1 customer request was to add some protection
LEd indicators – we’ve added two on-board LEDs one to let you know when the MyoWare’s power is on



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