Active Electrodes

Started by rafaelduarte, December 19, 2013, 08:35:15 am

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rafaelduarte

Hi everyone,

I was looking at active electrodes that I just bought and I noticed some gaps on the protective cover on the top part of a few electrodes. These gaps expose connections of the electrode board. So, I was thinking, wouldnt that be a problem if conductive gel is used?? I mean, it could create short circuits between critical components of the board.

Cheers,
Rafael

LubOlimex

Hey Rafael,

You are correct. In that case it is possible to short-circuit the electrodes.

Either be careful when applying the gel or if you can add silicone in the gaps or heat the already applied one and reshape it.

Best regards,
Lub/OLIMEX
Technical support and documentation manager at Olimex