Trigno Galileo Sensor

4-pin array sensor for extracting motor unit data from surface EMG

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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Non-invasive EMG sensor

Quality neural information

Kinematic data

Trigno Galileo Sensor

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Decomposition analysis software to discover the signals that drive human movement

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Trigno Galileo Sensor

Specifications

User’s Guide

Sensor Channels
4x EMG, up to 6x IMU

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

Mass
19 g

Cable Length
10 in

Operating Range
40 m in RF mode
Host Dependent/unlimited datalogger

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

EMG Bandwidths
10-850 Hz
20-450 Hz

EMG Sampling Rate (Max)
2222 sa/sec

Accelerometer Sampling Rate (Max)
741 sa/sec

Gyroscope Sampling Rate (Max)
741 sa/sec

Orientation Sampling Rate (Max)
74 sa/sec

Sensor Resolution
16 bits

Sensor Baseline Noise (typical)
750 nV

Sensor Input Range
11 mV / 22 mV rti

CMRR
<-80 dB

Battery Life
Up to 4 hours

Recharge Time (typical)
2.5 hours

Inter-Sensor Latency
< 1 sampling period

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)

Material
Medical Grade Polycarbonate

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

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