Arduino controlled valvometry equipment for laboratory monitoring
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High-Frequency Non-Invasive (HFNI) instruments are currently used in bivalve mollusks in order to use them as bioindicators of the local conditions of the environment. Under the STRAUSS project an Arduino controlled equipment has been developed to log the valve movements activity of clams (Polititapes rhomboides) using Hall-efect sensors. The equipment is able to record at 10Hz the signals of 16 Hall-sensors, to store the records in internal microSD cards and to send the stream of data to a personal computer for storing and plotting them in real-time.
CitationGil Coto, M. [et al.]. Arduino controlled valvometry equipment for laboratory monitoring. 9th International Workshop on Marine Technology (MARTECH 2021)". ""Instrumentation Viewpoint", 2021, núm. 21, p. 60-61.