While assembling the touch-proof enclosure for the OpenBCI Cython/Ganglion biosensing amplifier boards, I realized that with the board in the middle of the enclosure, there is little space for the Dupont wires connecting the pins of the OpenBCI to the touch-proof connectors 아프리카티비. Trying to squeeze the board in place, some of the solder joints broke off. After repeatedly re-soldering the wires to the connectors, I was able to get it all properly in place E-book. However, this was definitely a design flaw.
I designed a new version that has the OpenBCI PCB board rotated by 45 degrees and shifted a bit to the corner Black Knight. This gives more space for the wires and reduces the stress on the joints. Here you can see the new enclosure printed for a 4-channel Ganglion board.
Compared to the previous one for the Cython, the difference is also in the colour of the connectors: I used 4 pairs of red and blue connectors for each bipolar channel, one black connector for ground, and one blue connector as the common reference vmware vsphere 6.0 다운로드. Using the 4 channels (i.e. the red connectors) relative to the common reference requires toggling the micro-switches on the Ganglion PCB board. Using a common reference is handier for EEG measurements, whereas the bipolar configuration is convenient for ECG/EMG, but with some extra electrodes also works fine for EEG 웨스트윙. The Cython version has 8 red connectors, one blue connector for the reference, and one black connector for ground.
Another change is aesthetic; thanks to the nice post and configuration files from Rainer I figured out how to 3D print with multiple colours 슈퍼마리오 게임. I updated the Fusion 360 design of the enclosure to include the EEGsynth logo. The logo is embedded in blue and white in the black background of the box 러스트 복돌.