Skin conduction measurement is one of the most popular forms of biofeedback.

It is low cost, easy to use, and its results have a wide variety of utilization.

Skin conduction sensors are used by psychologists and therapists, in clinics, hospitals and schools. Now, with our device, you can measure your skin conduction levels in the comfort of your home.

What is it good for?

In psychotherapy, skin conduction sensors are mostly used to learn to manage stress and anxiety. Most people cannot learn to control them directly, but you can learn to calm them and keep them under control through various techniques – thinking of calming thoughts, breathing exercises, listening to relaxing music or sounds. With this device, you can find which technique is the best for you.

The skin conduction sensor will help you to:

  • Control your emotions and stay calm and relax before a straining event, whether it’s a job interview or a game of tennis.
  • Practice mind controlling techniques – see how successful you are don’t lose time with a technique that doesn’t work for you
  • Learn how you react in different situations and how to respond to these situations.
  • Evaluate results of breathing exercises, visualization and mind machine sessions etc.
  • Evaluate the progression of psychotherapeutic sessions, where the therapist can immediately see your reaction.
  • And much more.

What is the skin conductance response?

The skin conductance response, also known as the electrodermal response is the phenomenon that the skin momentarily becomes a better conductor of electricity when either external or internal stimuli occur that are physiologically arousing.

The skin has electric properties that change on the relatively short time scale of seconds and are closely related to psychological processes. These characteristics of skin, known for more than 100 years, have been widely used in research. Changes in electrodermal activity (EDA) and skin conductance are related to changes in eccrine sweating which are, in turn, related to activity in the sympathetic branch of the autonomic nervous system (ANS).”

(Figner, B., & Murphy, R. O., Columbia University)

The change of skin conduction is measured by the sensor placed on your your palm oder two fingers. After fixing the sensor and connecting it to the USB port of your computer, you can sit and close your eyes. The sensor will measure all data and display them in a graph. When the graph displays a horizontal line, you are perfectly relaxed. In the beginning, only very few users are able to reach the relaxed state within 10 minutes. However, in time, users learn to reach relaxation faster and and get better at recognizing the state of true relaxation. The best of our customers learn to relax in 2 – 3 minutes after a month of practice.

Bundled software

  • Allows you to measure and see the change of skin conductance in real time
  • Saves and archives the results of your measurements
  • Time Marks – allows you to mark events you reacted to during measurements and evaluate them later
  • shows you the median value of your current measuring session

Component list

  • Skin conduction biofeedback sensor
  • Device with Android 3.0 and higher with USB OTG
  • Software compatible with Windows 7, 8.1, 10, XP, Vista; Linux
  • Emet, an application for Android for monitoring your responses
  • Guide to evaluate your results
  • Warranty certificate


  • Sensor’s dimensions: 6 x 3.2 x 1.2 cm
  • Length of the band: approx. 20 cm
  • Length of the USB cable: 110 cm