Cable assembly used to connect the sensors and actuators to the BITalino (r)evolution Plugged main board.
Cable assembly used to break out the pins on the 4-pin Molex Sherlock sensor plug, facilitating the connection of BITalino (r)evolution sensors and accessories to third-party systems.
By default only the Z axis is connected on the BITalino (r)evolution accelerometer sensor board; this cable assembly enables you to access the X & Y axis as well.
Cable assembly used to connect the EMG, ECG & EEG sensors to the electrodes.
Cable assembly used to connect the EDA sensors to the electrodes. This cable is also applicable when multiple EMG, ECG or EEG sensors are used (only one of the sensors needs to use the 3-lead sensor cable to provide the reference).
Individual cable to connect the sensor pins (IN+, IN-, and REF) to the electrodes.
Cable assembly used to synchronise multiple BITalino (r)evolution Plugged main boards when performing simultaneous recording.
Cable assembly used to connect the SnapBIT Duo, Trio or Delta breakout boards via a 3-pin Molex Sherlock connector on the sensor (IN+, IN- & REF).
Extension cable with an UC-E6 socket on one end and an UC-E6 plug on the other, that can be used as an extension for the Sensor Cable UC-E6, 1-Lead, 2-Lead & 3-Lead Electrodes Cables UC-E6, and any other cables from our catalogue with an UC-E6 connector.
Cable assembly used to connect the BITalino sensors to the Arduino main board.
Important Notice: Please make sure that your target device is battery-powered or isolated from the mains; non-isolated setups are usually safe but rare situations could create a current loop to the electrical grid.
Galvanically isolated cable assembly used to synchronise multiple BITalino (r)evolution Plugged main boards or BITalino (r)evolution with third-party devices when performing simultaneous recording. It includes an LED triggered by any of the digital outputs (cable with the green sleeve), and a light sensor (LUX) that can be connected to any of the analog inputs (preferable) or digital inputs.