The miniDTS was created as a direct result of a multitude of requests from the research community. They wanted something that was small, lightweight, powerful and with just as much fidelity as the big systems. The problem was their budget. Sometimes a research project or small teaching lab only needs 4 channels of EMG or just 2 accelerometers. The miniDTS is the solution to this conundrum as it offers all of these features at almost half the price of traditional research grade EMG systems.
|Sample Rate||1500, 3000|
|Input Impedance||> 100Mohm|
|Baseline Noise||< 1uVRMS|
|EMG Sensor Size||3.4cm (L) x 2.4cm (W) x 1.4cm (H)|
|Receiver Size||7.66cm (L) x 10.18cm (W) x 3.55 (H)|
Required Software Module
Symmetry & Coordination Tests
These various tests allow for the comparison of affected and unaffected sides. Display the EMG and histogram statistics for unilateral, bilateral, multi joint and symmetrical movements. Evaluate the neuromuscular coordination and compare innervation deficiencies between right and left sides.
Average Activation Patterns
Assess repeated movement sequences and exercises while creating averaged and time normalized EMG patterns. Analyze the typical innervation structure of movements.
EMG Standard Analysis
The DTS systems use a universal protocol for all kinds of EMG setups. View basic amplitude parameters in selected analysis periods. Use standard graphs and histograms designed for general analysis questions.
Use the bar graph display of signals to provide precise training of dysfunctional muscle groups with both acoustic and optical automatic training assistance.
The protocol for this analysis was designed for unilateral and bilateral investigation of EMG gait patterns in functional walking and running activities. View typical activity characteristics and coordination of muscle groups during walking/running while analyzing left/right, pre/post test comparisons.
Use background templates for biofeedback training. Create EMG/angle/force templates using the healthy side. Use biofeedback and motor learning concepts to confirm the accuracy of performance.