EEG-Z is a pre-amplified electroencephalograph sensor with built in impedance checking. Get the ultimate hook up every time with this sensor as it monitors skin impedance (both the reactive and resistive elements) and sensor connection.
Skin Conductance Sensor
Skin Conductance sensor measures the conductance across the skin, and is normally connected to the fingers or toes. Supplied with two finger bands.
Temperature sensor measures skin surface temperature between 10°C – 45°C (50°F - 115°F ). It is supplied with a self adhering band for easy finger placement.
Respiration Sensor includes a sensitive and repeatable girth sensor using an easy fitting high durability latex rubber band fixed with self-adhering belt for monitoring respiration rate, waveform and amplitude. Can be worn either thoracically or abdominally, over clothing.
Model: T9306M or T9307M
EKG sensor is a pre-amplified electrocardiograph sensor, for directly measuring heart electrical activity. Connects via extender cables for a single channel hook up.
EKG Receiver for PolarTM Belt
Pending CE approval for Europe
The EKG Receiver detects the heart rate of a user from the Polar™ transmitter belt that the user wears around the chest.
Polar™ transmitter belt is not provided by Thought Technology and must be purchased separately.
EMG MyoScan-ProTM Sensor
Model: T9401M-60 or T9401M-50
EMG MyoScan Pro is a pre-amplified surface electromyography sensor used with the ProComp Infiniti channels C – H for RMS sEMG. Features a range switch in the sensor head to change filter settings between 0 – 400 µV Narrow filter, 0 – 400 µV Wide filter, 0 – 1600 µV Wide filter with 0.1 µV sensitivity. Compatible with Triode electrodes or extender cables for wider placement of electrodes.
EMG MyoScanTM Sensor
EMG MyoScan is a pre-amplified surface electromyography sensor used with the ProComp Infiniti/ProComp5 Infiniti channels A – B or all FlexComp-Infiniti channels for RAW sEMG. Compatible with Triode electrodes or extender cables for wider placement of electrodes. Range of 0 – 2000 µV.