[T] - ECG-EKG/EMG shield for Arduino
Shield electrocardiography, electromyography for Arduino
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This EKG/EMG ECG shield allows Arduino (or Arduino-compatible) boards to capture the electrocardiographic and electromyographic signals (muscle activity, Wikipedia). This shield opens up new possibilities for experimenting with biological feedback called "bio feedback". You can monitor your heartbeat and record your pulses, recognize movements by monitoring and analyzing muscle activity as is the case in this project.
See the excellent article "Electrocardiography" (wikipedia, English) for more information, electrode placement and signals obtained.
We also had the opportunity to meet this other very interesting YouTube video presenting a practical application of the EKG/EMG shield with these electrodes. To see... absolutely.
- Stacking header. It's possible to stack up to 6 channels connected to analog inputs A0 to A6.
- Generation of a calibration signal via digital outputs D4 / D9.
- Precise Trimmer potentiometer for calibration.
- Input connectors for normal or active electrodes.
- Works with Arduino 3.3V and 5V boards.
Please note: All boards are delivered fully assembled, tested and calibrated. You'll therefore not need to carry out the calibration by yourself unless you want to know how it works.
- Shield EKG/EMG User Manual (Olimex, English)
- Board diagram (pdf, Olimex, Creative Common Share Alike v3)
- Board diagram (eagle, Olimex, Creative Common Share Alike v3)
- "Electric guru monitoring software", created by Rob Sacks
- Arduino example for EKG capture and interface with Electric Guru for OLIMEXINO-328/Arduino boards
- Maple example for EKG capture and interface with Electric Guru for OLIMEXINO-STM32
- Pinguino example for EKG capture and interface to Electric Guru for PIC32-PINGUINO/OTG/MX220 (refer to the readme file and the comments in the code for more information)