movisens edaMove is a psycho physiologic ambulatory measurement system - optimized for research applications.

The sensor acquires the raw data of the electrodermal activity (EDA) and the 3D acceleration for up to 2 weeks. Electrodermal activity is also knwon as galvanic skin response (GSR).

From this data secondary parameters like skin conductance level (SCL), skin conductance responses (SCR), and activity intensity (Excel) can be calculated with the software DataAnalyzer.

The sensor can be worn with a wristband. It is available with multi-use and single-use electrodes.

EDA and Activity Sensor edaMove with multi-use electrodes, front

Top features

  • Complies with all relevant EDA-standards
  • Perfect signal quality in everyday life
  • Includes 3D acceleration sensor for the acquisition of physical activity and context information
  • Sustainable data due to open file format
  • Operation optimized for studies
  • Open interfaces: SDK for Bluetooth and USB


  • Mobile long-term monitoring of EDA (elecrodermal activity) / GSR (galvanic skin resonse)
  • Psycho physiologic monitoring
  • Research of the autonomic nervous system (ANS)
  • Behavioral monitoring
  • Industrial psychology
  • Clinical psychology
  • Affective computing
  • Integration into complex systems possible

Matching Products and services

DataAnalyzer Software, Box

DataAnalyzer Software for the analysis of sensor data

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and Consumables for the sensors


movisens XS Smartphone-based e-Diary with experience sampling


Data examples Please unpack and view the unisens.xml file with the UnisensViewer
External Tools

Technical data

Power supply

Lithium-Ion battery

Supply voltage

3 V

Accumulator voltage

2.7 – 4.2 V

Number of charging cycles

300 with 1C/1C > 80%

Maximum recording capacity

~ 2 weeks, depending on manufacturer configuration

Battery run time (recording, Bluetooth off)

~ 1,5 days

Size of sensor

(W x H x D )

62.3mm x 38.6mm x 10.5mm

Weight of sensor


Internal sensors

EDA / GSR amplifier:

Exosomatic method, DC, 0.5V

Resolution 14bit, Input range

2µS up to100µS

Bandwith: DC to 8Hz

Output rate: 32Hz


3D acceleration sensor:

Measurement range: +/- 8 g

Noise: 4 mg

Output rate: 64 Hz


Pressure sensor:

Measurement range: 300 - 1100 hPa

Noise: 0.03 hPa

Output rate: 1 Hz


LED, 3-color

(operation and charging status)

Vibrating alert (start and end of measurement)


Micro-USB, Bluetooth

Environmental conditions


-20 °C to 60 °C

0 °C to 45 °C during charging



0 to 75% RH relative humidity


Atmospheric pressure:

300 to 1100 hPa absolute


  • Detecting cognitive underload in train driving: A physiological approach.
    Dan Basacik & Sam Waters & Nick Reed . Read more...
  • Mobile Sensors for Multiparametric Monitoring in Epileptic Patients.
    Stefan Hey & Panagiota Anastasopoulou & André Bideaux et al. (2015) in: Cyberphysical Systems for Epilepsy and Related Brain Disorders: Multi-parametric Monitoring and Analysis for Diagnosis and Optimal Disease Management. Read more...
  • A personalized and reconfigurable cyberphysical system to handle multi-parametric data acquisition and analysis for mobile monitoring of epileptic patients.
    A. Bideaux & P. Anastasopoulou & S. Hey et al. (2014) in: Sensing and Control S&C BArcelona, Spain. Read more...
  • Komfortgewinn für Passagiere auf Langstreckenflügen durch den Einsatz chronobiologisch angepasster LED-Kabinenbeleuchtung.
    A. Leder & J. Krajewski & S. Schnieder (2013) in: Deutscher Luft- und Raumfahrtkongress 2013, Stuttgart. Read more...
  • Publication recommendations for electrodermal measurements.
    WALTON T ROTH & MICHAEL E DAWSON & DIANE L FILION (2012) in: Psychophysiology (49).

You can find more publications here.