- The activity of muscles is measured by the potential difference of electrons, which is medically called muscle electricity (EMG), and is traditionally used for medical research and diagnosis of neuromuscular diseases.
- However, with the shrinking of microprocessors and integrated circuits, the combination of EMG circuits and sensors can also be used in the field of artificial limbs, robots and other control systems.
Product description related software:(1) Please install Arduino first (Arduino 1.0.5)(2)Then install processing (window 32 and window64)(3) Burn the Arduino code of muscle into the Arduino development board product Features1. Small area (2.5cm*2.5cm)2. Special microprocessor design3.3.5 mm connector4. Pin pin can be used with standard breadboardTotal weight: 38g Line length: 94cmWarm reminder: if there are errors in manual measurement, please understand!(1) Connect to the battery (2 9V)a. Connect 9V of the positive pole of the first battery to +V spin on the muscle board.b. Connect the -9V of the negative electrode of the first battery to the 9V positive electrode of the second battery, and connect them together and connect to the GND of the muscle board. C. Connect the negative -9V of the second battery to -Vs on the muscle board.(2) Connect the electrode. Select the muscle group (such as biceps, forearm, calf, etC.) that you need to measure, and clean and touch the skin.b. Place the red, green and yellow electrode stickers in the positions shown in the figure above.(3) Connect to the microprocessor (Arduino)a. Connect the SIG on the muscle board to the A1 port of the Arduino.b. Connect the GND on the muscle board to the Arduino GND port.