The transmitter and modules have 2 connectors. To connect the module to the transmitter, just connect them with a wire using any of the 2 connectors. To connect several modules to the transmitter, you can connect the modules to each other. If you need to position the modules at spaced out points on the body, you can use the long wires and the included adapter. The modules can be connected in any order and sequence. When turned on, the blue LED on the modules and transmitter will light up.
The wire connectors are made in such a way that the modules are connected in an unambiguous way, the possibility of polarity reversal is excluded.
The transmitter is powered via USB micro input. To supply power, you must use an external power bank with an output voltage of 5 V (when choosing and using a power bank, follow the generally accepted rules of electrical safety. Charging the power bank while using the system is prohibited).
The receiver is connected to a computer via a USB micro cable.
You can attach the sensors to the body using an adhesive plaster or a bandage.
The transmitter and receiver are factory-installed and ready for use right away.
The modules are numbered (if necessary, the numbers can be peeled off). The module number corresponds to the signal number in the MYOstack GUI v1.0.1 program.
To adjust the gain, a linear trimming resistor is installed on each module. The resistor is initially set to zero (gain is 1 V / V). To increase the gain, turn the resistor clockwise. The maximum swing angle is 1200. At the maximum swing angle, the gain is 11 V / V.
NOTE: The transmitter heats up during operation. The higher the transfer rate, the more intense the heating..