Temperature Sensor

  • Overview

    The Temperature Sensor has been designed for monitoring very small temperature changes in the peripheral extremities in Celsius or Fahrenheit. It can measure changes as small as 1/1000th of a degree. A stressful event, arousal or in other words sympathetic nervous system activity can lead to a vasoconstriction in the peripheral extremities, causing a decrease in temperature.

    The Temperature Sensor for NeXus offers:

    • Easy finger placement
    • Durable quality
    • Precise measurement


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  • Info

    Peripheral skin temperature

    To measure peripheral skin temperature, the sensor is usually attached to a finger of the non-dominant hand. The sensor is secured by using special tape.

    Temperature can also be combined with Blood Volume Pulse and Skin Conductance