Sessantaquattro: 64 Channels EMG

Sessantaquattro: 64 Channels EMG

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Category:Portable EMG





General description: Sessantaquatro is a 64 channel portable device for EMG signals detection. Data can be transmitted via Wi-Fi to PCs, Tablet or Smartphones or stored on SD card for long-term acquisition. Data can be visualized in real-time with OT Software. Matlab and Android Apps. User can integrate their own Apps into the system.

Technical specifications: Different adapters allow the Sessantaquattro connection of electrode matrixes, electrode arrays or bipolar electrodes. Data detected by Sessantaquattro can be accessed online through a TCP socket. A custom application can be developed for Sessantaquattro, in order to acquire or process the signals online. Alternatively, the freeware software OT BioLab can be used to display and acquire the signals collected from Sessantaquattro. Up to two channels can be devoted to auxiliary signals detection. Sessantaquattro can also act as a 64 channel datalogger storing data on a MicroSD card.

Sessantaquattro has been developed with LISiN – Politecnico di Torino (ref. prof. Marco Gazzoni) and in consultation of the School of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences – University of Birmingham (ref. prof. Deborah Falla).
Class II
Number of channels 64
Power supply Internal lithium-ion single cell
Bandwidth 10Hz – 500Hz
Selectable sampling frequency 250, 500, 1024, 2048 Hz
Input range 0 – 3,3 VPP
Noise (RTI) < 2  µVRMSS
Receiver PC, Smartphone, Tablet (Android)
Life time 8 hours in continuous transmission
A/D Resolutions 16 bits
Wireless communication WiFi
Data Storage removable microSD card
Dimensions 59 mm x 95 mm x 20 mm
Weight 110g