The constantly growing biosignalsplux sensor portfolio covers 23 miniaturized and portable sensors specifically designed for maximum performance in a wide range of research applications.

Pick your sensors below and get started with your own custom multi-sensor setup for your research.

biosignalsplux Sensors

Professional Sensors

Professional sensors can be included in your biosignalsplux kits without any additional costs. Click on the sensors to find out more.

Advanced Sensors

Extend the capabilities of your biosignalsplux kit with the additional sensors of the biosignalsplux Advanced Sensors series(1).


Digital Sensor

SpO2 (Finger Clip)(2)

Digital Sensor

SpO2 (Versatile)(2)

Digital Sensor

Respiration (RIP)

Analog Sensor

Vaginal EMG (V-EMG)

Analog Sensor

Load Cell

Analog Sensor

Force Platform

Analog Sensor

SpO2 Reader (OSL)

Analog Sensor


Analog Sensor

Analog vs. Digital Sensors - What's the difference?

Analog Sensor Characteristics

Analog sensors require one individual connections for each output signal provided. In other words, 1 port of the biosignalsplux hub is occupied by 1 sensor connection and only 1 sensor signals is acquired via this connection.

Digital Sensor Characteristics

Digital sensors require only one connection to provide multiple output signals. In other words, 1 port of the biosignalsplux hub is occupied by 1 sensor connection but multiple signals be acquired via this connection.

Analog sensors provide 1 output signal (0V to 3V) per connection which is sampled by the biosignalsplux hub. Although this satisfies the needs of many single-signal sensors (e.g. Electrodermal Activity), this setup can be limitative when using multi-signal sensors such as the biosignalsplux Accelerometer (ACC).

This sensor provides 3 individual output signals resulting in the occupation of 3 of the 8 available ports of biosignalsplux hubs. The number of sensors that can be used simultaneously with the ACC is, therefore, reduced as only 5 other ports for single-channel sensors are left available.

Analog Sensor Limitations

Digital sensors provide multiple pre-formatted output signals per connection by following a digital communication protocol (SPI). Such sensors provide the necessary multi-signal data which is required for the computation of physiological signals that can otherwise not be extracted from a single analog signal (e.g. SpO2).

For instance, for the computation of the Blood Oxygen Saturation (SpO2), it is needed to monitor the reflection and absorbance of different light waves (red & infra-red) of haemoglobin in the blood stream. This results in 2 individual output signals (one for the red-light information and one for the infra-red light information) from which the SpO2 value can be computed.

Digital senors enable the acquisition of multiple input signals when needed without compromising the number of sensors that can be connected simultaneously to the biosignalsplux hub.

(1) Sensors of the Advanced Sensors series are compatible with the 4 and 8-channel biosignalsplux hubs of the biosignalsplux Explorer, biosignalsplux Researcher, biosignalsplux Professional, biosignalsplux Force+EMG, biosignalsplux ergoExplorer, biosignalsplux ergoResearcher, and the FNIRS Pioneer kits but cannot be included as part of these kits and must be purchased additionally.

(2) This sensor is not compatible with the biosignalsplux So1o kit.