Sensor for respiratory measurements
The Brain Products Respiration Belt is used to measure the thoracic or abdominal respiratory movements. One or multiple respiration belts can be used at the same time to co-register respiratory movements with EEG and other physiological measures via the auxiliary inputs of your amplifier.
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|Supply voltage||±5 V
Power consumption: < 1 mA
|Output signal||max. ±4.8 V at the signal pin|
|Output impedance||560 Ω|
|Edge frequencies of transducer amplifier||Lower limit frequency (-3 dB) = 0.003 Hz
Upper limit frequency (-3 dB) = 8 Hz
|Elastic belt with snap-in buckle||Length: 1.50 m|
|Pneumatic sensor||Test pressure: max. 100 mbar|
|Suitability for use in the scanner room||no
(see here for the MR usable Respiration Belt MR)
|CE marking||The Brain Products GmbH confirms the electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) of this product according to the Directive 2014/30/ EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 26 February 2014 on the harmonisation of the laws of the Member States relating to electromagnetic compatibility.
The Brain Products GmbH confirms the RoHS compliance of this product according to Directive 2011/65/EU of the European Parliament and the Council of 8 June 2011 on the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment (recast published in the Official Journal of the European Union on 1 July 2011) as well as all its amendments up to and including the Commission delegated directive (EU) 2015/863 of 31 March2015 (published in the 0fficial Journal of the European Union on 4 June 2015).
Manual, Tutorials & Downloads (only for registered users)
Press Release Articles
Offline analysis of sensor data in BrainVision Analyzer 2
by Dipl.-Psych. Michael Hoppstädter and Dr.-Ing. Kidist Mideksa
Sensor Tutorial: How to obtain useful peripheral physiological signals without prior knowledge
by Dr. Robert Störmer
New device for respiratory measurements: the Respiration Belt MR
by Nicola Soldati
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