Skin Conductance is available in a separate SC only unit, or as pictured in combination with an EKG amplifier, and also as a combination unit with EMG, suitable for startle or other EMG applications.
Skin Conductance is normally measured on the hand, using a pair of electrodes positioned on the medial Phalange of the index and middle fingers. For basic information about SC, please see
Skin Conductance Explained.
For detailed information about the SC instrument please see
The PSYCHLAB 24 bit SC Instrument.
For information about skin preparation, jell, etc, please see
Skin Conductance: Practical Information.
Analogue output on 9 way cannon socket
|+/- 0.1 micro Siemens
5.96e-6 micro Siemens (theoretically)
DC - 10 Hz
0 - 100 micro Siemens
> 5000V, 100 M Ohm
2 x 18 bit DAC