Grove GSR sensor vs. coin sensor?

What is the difference between the Groove GSR sensor and a copper coin connected with wires to the Arduino?
Is one safer or is there a benefit to getting the Groove GSR sensor?

Thank you!

What is a Groove GSR sensor?
Link to data/specs?

What are you trying to do with a coin with wires to the Arduino?

What model Adruino are you using?

What is your prjoect?
What is it supposed to do?

Thanks... Tom... :smiley: :+1: :coffee: :australia:

Hi @spark025 .
The difference is the material, the GSR is nickel.

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Also, the Grove GSR sensor has an amplifier? buffer? with adjustable sensitivity.

Thank you all for your replies!

I am trying to implement the Grove GSR sensor to my Arduino. I do not have male to male wires, but can I use regular breadboard jumper wires as a substitution?

Thank you!

Hi @spark025

Because of the "simplicity" of the question, the answer must be simple.
You can.

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Thank you! Is there any difference between the male to male and breadboard jumper wires or are they the exact same thing?

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