• Galvanic Skin Response (GSR/SCR) Logger Sensor - Edu-Logger

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  • £130.38 including VAT

    £108.65excluding VAT

  • The Galvanic Skin Response (GSR/SCR) or skin conductance response logger sensor measures the conductivity of our skin, especially between our hand fingers. The conductivity of our skin changes according to unconscious emotion effects such as sudden noise, smell, touch, pain or view.

     

    This sensor has two ranges: conductivity in micro Siemens and arbitrary numbers.

     

    GSR sensors measure electrodermal response

     

    As with all Edu-Logger Sensors this must be used with the Edulogger USB module or the Wi-Fi module

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    • Bullet Point Converts the measured parameter into a processed value (°C, °F, Lux, dB, mA, V, etc.)
    • Bullet Point Sends the data in digital form to a viewer unit, any kind of computer or tablet
    • Bullet Point Saves up to 5 experiments in its flash memory
    • Bullet Point Calibration is done by pressing a push-button
    • Bullet Point Changing ranges and gains is done through software
    • Bullet Point Experiments run with or without a computer
    • Bullet Point Saved experiments in the Logger Sensor can be uploaded to a computer at any time
    • Bullet Point The modular plug and play system allows the connection of sensors in a chain, in any order
    • Bullet Point Each sensor is in itself a full data acquisition system
    • Bullet Point Unbeatable value for money
    • Bullet Point Robust hardware and attractive design
    • Bullet Point Very simple operation
    • Bullet Point No cable clutter and therefore a very simple construction of experiments
    • Bullet Point System allows wireless connection
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Technical Specification

Specifications:-

Experiment Duration: 1 second to 31 days.

 

Range and operation modes:-         

0 to 65279 Arbitrary units

0 to 10 S

 

ADC resolution

16 t

 

Resolution:-

10 nS

 

Max Sample Rate (S/sec):-   

100 (subject to experiment duration)

 

Note: The skin response time from the sudden effect is between 0.1 to 0.8 seconds. The level of the response changes dramatically from one person to another. The user must put his hand on a table, chair or on his lap and be still.

 

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