The Trigno™ Wireless EMG System* is a high-performing device designed to make EMG signal detection reliable and easy. Each EMG sensor has a built-in triaxial accelerometer, a transmission range of 40m and a rechargeable battery lasting a minimum of 7 hours. The system is capable of streaming data to EMGworks® Acquisition and Analysis software, and of generating 16 EMG and 48 accelerometer analog channels for integration with motion capture and other 3rd party data acquisition systems. Full triggering features further expand the possibility for integration with additional measurement technologies.
This revolutionary hybrid EMG/ Movement sensor with motion artifact suppression (Patent Pending) provides an unprecedented combination of data in a reliable manner. Its design delivers the unchallenged high-quality performance expected from Delsys products. Now you may have freedom of movement and freedom from recording noise sources in one.
Delsys is a world leader in the design, manufacture, and marketing of a broad portfolio of high performance Electromyography instruments, range of physiological and biomechanical sensors used in virtually all types of movement measurement studies in research and education.
Patented Parallel-Bar technology guarantees high fidelity signals
Multi-function design embeds Triaxial Accelerometry in each sensor
16 EMG channels, 48 accelerometer channels
Patent Pending Motion Artifact Suppression
Selectable ±1.5g, ±4g, ±6g & ±9g quad range
64 Ch. of Real-time Analog Output for Motion Capture integration
Guaranteed performance to 40m
37mm x 26mm x 15mm
8 hours of operation in full transmission mode
2-hour recharge time
16-bit resolution, 2000 Hz sampling rate
Compatible with EMGworks® software
USB Connection to PC (laptop or desktop)
<500us inter-sensor latency
Real-time feedback of signal strength & battery status
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