Seeed EMG Detector via coolcomponents.co.uk

Interest in biohacking grows every day. What man/machine interface could you make with this component? Share your ideas! — Douglas

Seeed EMG Detector via coolcomponents.co.uk

The EMG detector is a bridge between your muscles and microcontrollers, the sensor gathers small muscle signals and then amplify and filters them to produce an output signal that can be recognized. You can add this signal into your control system. Note: The sensor cannot be used for medical purposes.In standby mode, the output voltage is 1.5V. When detect muscle active, the output signal rise up, the maximum voltage is 3.3V. You can use this sensor in 3.3V or 5V system.

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