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Trigno™ Galileo Sensor2019-07-22T15:57:16-04:00

Trigno Galileo Sensor

NeuroMap System uses fully-wireless Trigno Galileo dEMG sensor

The first-ever scientific instrument to measure neural firings, muscle activation and kinematics for an integrated approach to human movement. A small unobtrusive sensor design with advanced noise-free wireless protocol transmission to seamlessly obtain high-quality sEMG signals and motor unit data.

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Trigno Galileo Sensor

Non-invasive EMG sensor

Quality neural information

Kinematic data

Build on our 4-pin mini-grid sensor technology for extracting motor unit data from surface EMG.

Trigno Galileo Sensor


User’s Guide

Sensor Channels

Analog Channels

Reference Type
Dual on-board stabilizing reference

Inter-Electrode Spacing
5 mm

Size (Body)
27 x 46 x 13 mm

Size (Head)
23 x 30 x 7 mm

19 g

Operating Range
40 m in RF mode
Unlimited range w/ mobile device in Bluetooth mode

Wireless Protocol
-2.400-2.483 GHz ISM Band, Proprietary RF Protocol
-BLE V4.2

EMG Sampling Rate (Max)
2222 Hz

Accelerometer Sampling Rate (Max)
370 Hz

Gyroscope Sampling Rate (Max)
370 Hz

Orientation Sampling Rate (Max)
222 Hz

Sensor Resolution
16 bits

Sensor Baseline Noise (typical)
750 nV

Sensor Input Range
11 mV / 22 mV rti

<-80 dB

Sensor Bandwidth
20 – 450 Hz / 10 – 850 Hz

Battery Life
2 – 4 hours

Recharge Time (typical)
2.5 hours

Inter-Sensor Latency
< 1 sampling period

Digital Output Delay

EMG Analog Output Delay
48 ms Fixed

ACC/Gyro Analog Output Delay
96 ms Fixed

Real-Time Signal Filter
-Butterworth bandpass (40/80 dB/dec)
-RMS Envelope Calculation (100 ms window)

Real-Time IMU Orientation Filter
Quaternions or RPY (selectable)

Medical Grade Polycarbonate

Seal and Protection
UV-sealed to prevent moisture from entering the sensor & to enhance patient safety

Protected by one or more of the following Patents 6480731, 6238338, 6440067, 9351559, 8971983, EP1070479