The Grove Galvanic Skin Response sensor from Seeed Studio measures the electrical conductivity of the skin, which has been linked to sweat production due to strong emotion. It is supplied with two elasticated conductive finger cots which connects a person to the sensor. The sensor has an analogue output which can be read by any microcontroller with a spare ADC input and matching supply voltage.
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- Input Voltage: 3.3 to 5V DC
- Sensitivity adjustable via a potentiometer
- External measuring finger cots