BITalino Plugged Kit

BITalino Plugged Kit

232,23 incl. VAT, excl. shipping

Free shipping within the EU for orders of €50 or more – otherwise €14,29 per delivery.

Thanks to the special plugs, you can swap and change the sensors on the Plugged Kit to your needs and attach your own developments.

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BITalino Plugged Kit

Hardware platform for biosignals acquisition and wireless transmission

The BITalino Plugged Kit is an easy-to-use, versatile and scalable hardware platform for biosignals acquisition and wireless transmission in real-time.

The BITalino DIY biosignal kit is also suited to university- and research equipment.

This kit includes:

  • 1x BITalino hardware (MCU, Bluetooth, Power, ECG, EMG, EDA, Accelerometer, Light, LED) with already snapped sensors
  • 1x 3-lead accessory (for EMG / ECG)
  • 1x 2-lead accessory (for EDA)
  • 5x Pre-gelled electrodes
  • 1x Li-Po Battery 320mAh
  • 1x RJ22 to Molex Sherlock sensor connection cable (1m length)

The BITalino Plugged Kit is shipped with the sensors (ECG, EMG, EDA, Accelerometer, Light, LED) snapped off for you, and we add RJ22 plugs to your BITalino Board so you can use the sensors interchangeably or connect your own designs.

Out-of-the-box your BITalino has all the components you'll need to start working with physiological data. Over the following sections we will describe the different modules and sensors with connection tips and examples.

  • Sampling Rate: Configurable to 1, 10, 100 or 1000Hz
  • Analog Ports: 4 input (10-bit) + 2 input (6-bit)
  • Digital Ports: 4 input (1-bit) + 4 output (1-bit)
  • Data Link: Class II Bluetooth v2.0 (range up to 10m)
  • Sensors: EMG; ECG; EDA; Accelerometer; Light
  • Actuators: LED
  • Weight: 30g
  • Size: 100x60mm

Micro-Controller

The micro-controller unit (MCU) block converts the analogic signals from the sensors to a digital format, and samples all of the channels. The MCU provides access to the BITalino analog and digital channels, as well as to the peripherals. Figure 1 shows the pinout.

Power

The power management block provides energy to all the other BITalino blocks. This module also has a built-in charger that controls the battery charging. Charging is made when the device is turned off by connecting a power supply to the Micro-USB port. This block also provides access to control signals, the pinout can be seen on Figure 2.