Neuro-Physiological Signal Recording Systems

EMG, EEG, fNIR and other physiological signals are required for Gait, Sports, Neuro-Cognition, Psycho-Physics, Biomechanics and Ergonomics studies. There are following systems available for the purpose.

Delsys:

Delsys is the worldwide leader in the design, manufacture, and marketing of a portfolio of high performance electromyography instruments.

These include a range of physiological and biomechanical sensors that are used in all types of human movement research and education.

Trigno Avanti Platform:

A trusted brand for reliable recordings of EMG & neural firings for research, medical, educational, and OEM applications

  • WiFi and Bluetooth wireless communication
  • Reliable and easy EMG signal detection
  • Real-time feedback of signal strength

Trigno Research+

Advancing research possibilities with wearable solutions for human movement assessments

With built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth capabilities, this dual-purpose system enables you to record EMG + movement data from anywhere and at any time. Leveraging these abilities makes the system the optimal indoor/outdoor tool for both advanced research and mobile clinical conditions.

Trigno Wireless System

A high-performing device designed to make EMG signal detection reliable and easy.

The system is capable of streaming data digitally into EMGworks®, third-party software, or via analog outputs for integration with motion capture and other third-party data acquisition systems. Full triggering features further expand integration options for additional measurement technologies.

Research Mode

  • Wireless Communication: Wi-Fi
  • Stream data digitally into EMGworks® or via analog channels for integration
  • Mix and match from the entire Trigno™ EMG & Additional Sensors
  • Integrate with a third-party measurement technologies and synchronize data recording

Mobile Mode

  • Wireless Communication: Bluetooth
  • Record and analyze data with Mobile EMG Suite
  • Compatible with Trigno Avanti, Quattro, other latest-gen Trigno sensors
  • Recommended Tablet: Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 (SM-T713NZKEXAR) , Android V 6 (Marshmallow) operating system

Trigno Avanti Mobile:

Monitor Muscle Performance and Recovery. Anytime. Anywhere

EMG + Movement Assessment Kits for Research, Clinical and Teaching Applications

Patented EMG Technology

Real-time Biofeedback Displays

Targeted EMG+Movement Assessment Reports

3D Accelerometer, Gyroscope & Magnetometer

Bluetooth Connectivity

Wireless Data Logging and Sharing

Specifications

  • Recommended Devices
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e (for EMG Plots and EMG Reports)
  • Samsung Galaxy S10 (for EMG Logger)
  • Android 6.0 and above
  • Bluetooth 4.1 and above
  • Up to 4 channels per device
  • Sampling rates
  • EMG (raw): (up to) 2000 Hz
  • EMG (RMS): 333.3 Hz (125 ms Window Width, 122 ms Window Overlap)
  • ACC: 133.3 Hz
  • Gyro: 133.3 Hz
  • Orientation (Quaternion or PRY): 66.7 Hz
  • Works with Trigno Avanti, Trigno Duo Mini, Trigno Mini and Trigno Quattro sensors

What’s Included in the System

  • Sensor charging cradle
  • Mobile EMG Suite (free, unlimited downloads)
  • (2) Trigno™ 4-slot adhesives (80/pack)
  • Pre-loaded Android Tablet for Data Collection
  • Remote Training
  • Lifetime Technical Support

Trigno Avanti Mobile Package

Trigno Hand Performance Monitor

First Ever Hybrid Technology For Real-time Monitoringof Muscle Forces, Muscle Fatigue, Grip Stability and Grip Strength

Miniature EMG Sensors & Hand Dynamometer Join Force

Intuitively provide comprehensive information on hand fatigue, hand strength and hand stability for human movement scientists and rehabilitation clinics

Hand Rehabilitation Monitoring

Strength Performance Testing

Joint Movement Testing

Muscle Force Testing

Complete Picture of Hand & Forearm Health

Consistent and easy-to-understand metrics generated from EMG & Dynamometery

Trigno Duo Mini EMG Sensors

Advanced, 2-channel EMG + IMU sensor with two of the smallest EMG sensing heads in the market.

Hand Dynamometer

Combine force and EMG measurements for a complete picture of strength performance with the Trigno Duo

Trigno HPM

Hand Grip Strength

Quantify grip strength and identify muscle imbalances to obtain the complete picture of hand performance

NeuroMap

The first technology to reveal the signals that drive human movement

Neuromuscular networks convey signals between the brain & muscles to enable human movement. These signals are rich with information but challenging to monitor, and have remained hidden from view until now.

Galileo (dEMG) Sensor

Fully compatible with existing Trigno™ systems

Hybrid Technology

Simultaneously monitor EMG, Neural Firings and Kinematics

Small Footprint

Collected integrated data from both small + large muscles with reusable 4-channel mini-grid sensor

NeuroMap Software

User-friendly data visualization & analysis, featuring publication-ready figures and full data export

NeuroMap Package

NeuroMap System is able to stream data digitally into EMGworks®, NeuroMap Suite, Galileo Apps, or via API for integration with motion capture and other third-party data acquisition and analysis systems (Visual 3D, Matlab, Labview, …). Full triggering features further expand the possibility for integration with third-party measurement technologies.

Galileo Open-Source Hardware + API

Collection of Neural Firing Data Made Easy

Options

Package: 1 Sensor

Example:

Clinical Use Comparison

Myopathic Disease

Integration:

Goniometer, EMG+IMUs, Force sensors, ultrasound

Package: 2 Sensors

Example:

Athletics

Rehabilitation

Integration:

Force plates, EMG+IMUs, isokinetic machines, ultrasound

Package: 2 Sensors

Example:

Athletics

Rehabilitation

Integration:

Force plates, EMG+IMUs, isokinetic machines, ultrasound

Package: 4-8 Sensors

Example:

Gait

Sports

Integration:

EEG, EMG+IMUs, force plates, motion capture

Package: 8-16 Sensors

Example:

MU Based Simulation of Muscle Fatigue

Integration:

Motion capture, EMG+IMUs, force plates, instrumented VR environments

What’s Included in the NeuroMap System

1-16 wireless Galileo (dEMG) sensors

Trigno™ Acquisition Base Station

EMGworks® software for acquiring sEMG signals

Galileo Analytics software for processing neural firings reports

Kinematic software

Plug-in for C-Motion for processing EMG & kinematics data

Integration paths for Motion Capture Systems

Triggering

API

EMGworks

Acquisition and Analysis Software with Flexibility and features to bring research ideas into reality.

Featuring powerful tools for advanced research and user-friendly interfaces for hassle-free data acquisition and analysis. EMGworks® software is built to integrate seamlessly with all Delsys EMG systems.

Data Collection

Easily record EMG and biomechanical signals using a wide array of ready-to-use data collection protocols.

Signal Quality Monitor

Take advantage of our patent-pending Signal Quality Monitor tool to ensure high-quality sEMG data.

Signal Quality Monitor

Take advantage of our patent-pending Signal Quality Monitor tool to ensure high-quality sEMG data.

Data Analysis

Combine the power of advanced plotting tools and analysis options designed for EMG and biomechanical research.

Trigno EMG & Additional Sensors

Our latest generation wireless sensor combines patented EMG with increased IMU performance, while supporting both Research and Mobile data collection modes.

Combine. Collect. Analyze.

Specifically designed to complement EMG + movement studies, the Trigno product line offers users a full set of physiological and biomechanical monitoring tools to simplify complex research and provide more useful data.

Trigno Avanti Sensor

Our latest generation wireless sensor combines patented EMG with increased IMU performance, while supporting both Research and Mobile data collection modes.

Button-less Operation

Improved RF Performance

On-board IMU

LED Status indicators

Selectable EMG Bandwidth Settings

On-board Signal Processing

Specifications

Sensor Channels

1x EMG, up to 6x IMU

Reference Type

Dual on-board stabilizing reference

Inter-Electrode Spacing

10 mm

Size (Body)

27 x 37 x 13 mm

Mass

14 g

Operating Range

40 m in RF mode

Host Dependent/unlimited datalogger

Wireless Protocol

-2.400-2.483 GHz ISM Band,Proprietary RF Protocol

-BLE V4.2

EMG Bandwidths

10-850 Hz

20-450 Hz

EMG Sampling Rate (Max)

4370 sa/sec

Accelerometer Sampling Rate (Max)

963 sa/sec

Gyroscope Sampling Rate (Max)

741 sa/sec

Orientation Sampling Rate (Max)

222 sa/sec

Sensor Resolution

16 bits

EMG Baseline Noise (typical)

750 nV

EMG Input Range

11 mV / 22 mV rti

CMRR

<-80 dB

Battery Life

Up to 8 hours

Recharge Time (typical)

2.5 hours

Inter-Sensor Latency

< 1 sampling period

EMG Analog Output Delay

48 ms Fixed

ACC/Gyro Analog Output Delay

96 ms Fixed

On-Board EMG Filter

-Butterworth bandpass (40/80 dB/dec)

-RMS Envelope Calculation (100 ms window)

Real-Time IMU Orientation Filter

Quaternions or RPY (selectable)

Material

Medical Grade Polycarbonate

Seal and Protection

UV-sealed to prevent moisture from entering the sensor & to enhance patient safety

Patents

Protected by one or more of the following Patents 6480731, 6238338, 6440067, 9351559, 8971983, EP1070479


Trigno Galileo Sensor

4-pin array sensor for extracting motor unit data from surface EMG

The first-ever scientific instrument to measure neural firings, muscle activation, and kinematics for an integrated approach to human movement. A small unobtrusive sensor design with advanced noise-free wireless protocol transmission to seamlessly obtain high-quality sEMG signals and motor unit data.

Trigno Maize Sensor

Wireless HDsEMG grid sensor for studying regional muscle activation patterns in natural movement

16-ch semi HDsEMG Trigno Avanti sensors delivering data-driven images of muscles in real time during dynamic movements.

Reusable

high-density sEMG sensor

High-Fidelity

patented active EMG electrodes

Optimized

for high spatial resolution

Automatic

muscle activity mapping

Flexible setups for every application from lab to clinic

1 – Sensor

Monitor subtle changes in regional muscle activation that may hold important clues for understanding motor control, rehabilitation and neuromuscular disease.

2 – Sensors

Assess muscle co-activation across active muscle regions for a more comprehensive view of muscle fatigue and movement quality.

4 – Sensors

Create custom configurations and map muscle activity across the body for new insights into the alteration of human movement strategies due to pain, work and training.

Trigno Quattro Sensor

Advanced, 4-channel EMG + IMU sensor for adaptable muscle tracking

The Trigno™ Quattro Sensor combines four of the smallest EMG sensing heads on the market with an IMU to track human movement in both research labs and mobile environments.

Four small EMG heads

25 x 12 x 7 mm

Available for Research+ and Mobile systems

Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Capability

Transmission range of up to 40 meters

SLEEK MINIATURE HEADS IDEAL FOR USE IN:

HMIs, Prosthetics, Exoskeletal Systems, Pediatrics, Speech Therapy

Isolate and measure several muscles in areas of high traffic.

Trigno Duo Mini Sensor

Dual-head EMG + IMU sensor for muscle comparisons & coactivation

Two small EMG heads

25 x 12 x 7 mm

Conveniently record simultaneous activation from two muscles working as agonists or antagonists

2x EMG, up to 6x IMU

Up to 40 m range

2.4 GHz transmission

Trigno Mini Sensor

For recording surface EMG on small and “difficult-to-isolate” muscles

Bridging physiology and technology

The Trigno™ Mini is a wireless EMG sensor that is ideally suited for recording surface EMG on small and “difficult-to-isolate” muscles. With a sensing head that measures only 25 mm x 12 mm x 7 mm, the Trigno™ Mini Sensor can be used for a variety of small muscle applications, including physical therapy, rehabilitation sciences, sports science, ergonomics, and motor control.

Full Bandwidth EMG signal

Triaxial accelerometer

Reduced noise, motion artifacts & crosstalk from nearby muscles

SPECIFICATIONS:

Sensor Channels

1x EMG, up to 6x IMU

Reference Type

Dual on-board stabilizing reference

Inter-Electrode Spacing

10 mm

Size (Body)

27 x 46 x 13 mm

Size (Head)

25 x 12 x 7 mm

Mass

19 g

Cable Length

8 in.

Operating Range

40 m in RF mode

Host Dependent/unlimited datalogger

Wireless Protocol

-2.400-2.483 GHz ISM Band, Proprietary RF Protocol

-BLE V4.2

EMG Bandwidths

10-850 Hz

20-450 Hz

EMG Sampling Rate (Max)

4370 sa/sec

Accelerometer Sampling Rate (Max)

963 sa/sec

Gyroscope Sampling Rate (Max)

741 sa/sec

Orientation Sampling Rate (Max)

222 sa/sec

Sensor Resolution

16 bits

EMG Baseline Noise (typical)

750 nV

EMG Input Range

11 mV / 22 mV rti

CMRR

<-80 dB

Battery Life

Up to 8 hours

Recharge Time (typical)

2.5 hours

Inter-Sensor Latency

< 1 sampling period

EMG Analog Output Delay

48 ms Fixed

ACC/Gyro Analog Output Delay

96 ms Fixed

On-Board EMG Filter

-Butterworth bandpass (40/80 dB/dec)

-RMS Envelope Calculation (100 ms window)

Real-Time IMU Orientation Filter

Quaternions or RPY (selectable)

Material

Medical Grade Polycarbonate

Seal and Protection

UV-sealed to prevent moisture from entering the sensor & to enhance patient safety

Patents

Protected by one or more of the following Patents 6480731, 6238338, 6440067, 9351559, 8971983, EP1070479


SPECIFICATIONS:

Trigno Snap Lead Sensor

Connect to industry-standard pinch electrodes, for a more “traditional” approach to sEMG detection

Supporting traditional EMG research

The Trigno Snap Lead Sensor can connect to industry-standard pinch electrodes for a more “traditional” approach to sEMG detection. The sensor’s flexible clamp leads allow users to adjust their inter-electrode spacing as they deem suitable, and also enable data collection from difficult muscle sites.

Full EMG bandwidth

Built-in accelerometer

Robust wireless transmission

Compatible with standard snap electrodes

Sensor Channels

1x EMG, up to 6x IMU

Reference Type

Dual on-board stabilizing reference

Inter-Electrode Spacing

User Defined

Size (Body)

27 x 46 x 13 mm

Mass

25 g

Cable Length

4 in. OR 12 in.

Operating Range

40 m in RF mode

Host Dependent/unlimited datalogger

Wireless Protocol

-2.400-2.483 GHz ISM Band, Proprietary RF Protocol

-BLE V4.2

EMG Bandwidths

10-850 Hz

20-450 Hz

EMG Sampling Rate (Max)

4370 sa/sec

Accelerometer Sampling Rate (Max)

963 sa/sec

Sensor Resolution

16 bits

EMG Baseline Noise (typical)

750 nV

EMG Input Range

11 mV / 22 mV rti

CMRR

<-80 dB

Battery Life

Up to 8 hours

Recharge Time (typical)

2.5 hours

Inter-Sensor Latency

< 1 sampling period

EMG Analog Output Delay

48 ms Fixed

ACC/Gyro Analog Output Delay

96 ms Fixed

On-Board EMG Filter

-Butterworth bandpass (40/80 dB/dec)

-RMS Envelope Calculation (100 ms window)

Real-Time IMU Orientation Filter

Quaternions or RPY (selectable)

Material

Medical Grade Polycarbonate

Seal and Protection

UV-sealed to prevent moisture from entering the sensor & to enhance patient safety

Patents

Protected by one or more of the following Patents 6480731, 6238338, 6440067, 9351559, 8971983, EP1070479


Trigno Spring Contact Adapter

For indwelling EMG recording

Full EMG bandwidth

Built-in accelerometer

Robust wireless transmission

Compatible with standard snap electrodes

SPECIFICATIONS:

Sensor Channels

1x EMG, up to 6x IMU

Reference Type

Dual on-board stabilizing reference

Inter-Electrode Spacing

User Defined

Size (Body)

27 x 46 x 13 mm

Size (Head)

23 x 30 x 7 mm

Mass

25 g

Operating Range

40 m in RF mode

Host Dependent/unlimited datalogger

Wireless Protocol

-2.400-2.483 GHz ISM Band, Proprietary RF Protocol

-BLE V4.2

EMG Bandwidths

10-850 Hz

20-450 Hz

EMG Sampling Rate (Max)

4370 s/sec

Accelerometer Sampling Rate (Max)

963 sa/sec

Gyroscope Sampling Rate (Max)

741 sa/sec

Orientation Sampling Rate (Max)

222 sa/sec

Sensor Resolution

16 bits

EMG Baseline Noise (typical)

750 nV

EMG Input Range

11 mV / 22 mV rti

CMRR

<-80 dB

Battery Life

Up to 8 hours

Recharge Time (typical)

2.5 hours

Inter-Sensor Latency

< 1 sampling period

EMG Analog Output Delay

48 ms Fixed

ACC/Gyro Analog Output Delay

96 ms Fixed

On-Board EMG Filter

-Butterworth bandpass (40/80 dB/dec)

-RMS Envelope Calculation (100 ms window)

Real-Time IMU Orientation Filter

Quaternions or RPY (selectable)

Material

Medical Grade Polycarbonate

Seal and Protection

UV-sealed to prevent moisture from entering the sensor & to enhance patient safety

Patents

Protected by one or more of the following Patents 6480731, 6238338, 6440067, 9351559, 8971983, EP1070479

Trigno ±5V Analog Adapter

Integrate analog outputs from dynamometers and third-party equipment

A single Trigno™ Analog Adapter is capable of sampling and transmitting up to 4 analog channels, in accordance with its technical specifications. The adapter sensor is ideal for synchronization with dynamometers, as it supports both Biodex and HUMAC Norm (CSMi) systems to collect position, torque and velocity measurements.

Measure torque, position and velocity

Integration path for custom transducers

Up to 40 m range

2.4 GHz transmission

SPECIFICATIONS:

Sensor Channels

4x Analog

Size (Body)

27 x 46 x 13 mm

Mass

25 g

Operating Range

40 m in RF mode

Host Dependent/unlimited datalogger

Wireless Protocol

-2.400-2.483 GHz ISM Band, Proprietary RF Protocol

-BLE V4.2

Analog Bandwidths

DC-1000 Hz

DC-100 Hz

Analog Sampling Rate (Max)

4444 sa/sec (*1 channel trigger)

Sensor Resolution

16 bits

EMG Baseline Noise (typical)

750 nV

Sensor Resolution

16 bits

Sensor Input Range

+/-5V

Battery Life

Up to 8 hours

Recharge Time (typical)

2.5 hours

Inter-Sensor Latency

< 1 sampling period

EMG Analog Output Delay

48 ms Fixed

On-Board Analog Filter

Bessel Bandpass (40 dB/Dec) or

Butterworth Bandpass (40 dB/Dec)

Material

Medical Grade Polycarbonate

Seal and Protection

UV-sealed to prevent moisture from entering the sensor & to enhance patient safety

Patents

Protected by one or more of the following Patents 6480731, 6238338, 6440067, 9351559, 8971983, EP1070479

Trigno 4-Channel FSR Adapter

Designed to provide relative pressure information of body-contact surfaces

Each sensor transmits 4 independent analog signals, each servicing an individual FSR (Force Sensitive Resistor) membrane. These thin membranes are often affixed to shoe inserts for recording foot pressure timing at the heel, the toe, the first and the fifth metatarsals. Alternatively, these same sensors can be used to assess grip force during grasping tasks, or pressure distribution on the back while seated or lying down.

Identify the timing of significant events

Make relative amplitude comparisons

Available sizes: 0.2” circle diameter, 0.5” circle diameter and 1.5” square

Up to 40 m range

2.4 GHz transmission

SPECIFICATIONS:

Sensor Channels

4x FSR, up to 6x IMU

Size (Body)

27 x 46 x 13 mm

Mass

19 g

Operating Range

40 m in RF mode

Host Dependent/unlimited datalogger

Wireless Protocol

-2.400-2.483 GHz ISM Band, Proprietary RF Protocol

-BLE V4.2

FSR Bandwidths

DC-50 Hz

FSR Sampling Rate (Max)

1111 sa/sec

Accelerometer Sampling Rate (Max)

741 sa/sec

Gyroscope Sampling Rate (Max)

741 sa/sec

Orientation Sampling Rate (Max)

74 sa/sec

Sensor Resolution

16 bits

Battery Life

Up to 8 hours

Recharge Time (typical)

2.5 hours

Inter-Sensor Latency

< 1 sampling period

EMG Analog Output Delay

48 ms Fixed

ACC/Gyro Analog Output Delay

96 ms Fixed

Real-Time IMU Orientation Filter

Quaternions or RPY (selectable)

Material

Medical Grade Polycarbonate

Seal and Protection

UV-sealed to prevent moisture from entering the sensor & to enhance patient safety

Patents

Protected by one or more of the following Patents 6480731, 6238338, 6440067, 9351559, 8971983, EP1070479

Trigno Goniometer Adapter

Accurately measure joint angles

The adapter is compatible with several industry-standard twin axis devices. Simply connect the goniometer to the adapter, turn on, and begin streaming synchronized angle data to EMGworks®. The adapter supports three gain settings (low, medium and high) which can be easily selected in our software to maximize the dynamic range for the specific goniometer being used. A simple calibration in EMGworks® will yield highly accurate measurements in two orthogonal planes.

Measures angles in two orthogonal planes

Supports five models

Up to 40 m range

2.4 GHz transmission

SPECIFICATIONS:

Sensor Channels

2x Angle, up to 6x IMU

Size (Body)

27 x 46 x 13 mm

Mass

19 g

Operating Range

40 m in RF mode

Host Dependent/unlimited datalogger

Wireless Protocol

-2.400-2.483 GHz ISM Band, Proprietary RF Protocol

-BLE V4.2

FSR Bandwidths

DC-50 Hz

FSR Sampling Rate (Max)

1111 sa/sec

Accelerometer Sampling Rate (Max)

741 sa/sec

Gyroscope Sampling Rate (Max)

741 sa/sec

Orientation Sampling Rate (Max)

74 sa/sec

Sensor Resolution

16 bits

Angle Input Range

1.5mV / 1.8mV / 2.3mV

CMRR

< -100 dB

Battery Life

Up to 8 hours

Recharge Time (typical)

2.5 hours

Inter-Sensor Latency

< 1 sampling period

EMG Analog Output Delay

48 ms Fixed

ACC/Gyro Analog Output Delay

96 ms Fixed

Real-Time IMU Orientation Filter

Quaternions or RPY (selectable)

Material

Medical Grade Polycarbonate

Seal and Protection

UV-sealed to prevent moisture from entering the sensor & to enhance patient safety

Patents

Protected by one or more of the following Patents 6480731, 6238338, 6440067, 9351559, 8971983, EP1070479

Trigno Load Cell Adapter

Monitor forces in virtually any circumstance

Instrument your lab with easy-to-use wireless load cell sensors that can be quickly affixed to equipment or worn by users to monitor forces in virtually any circumstance. Select from a catalog of strain gauge devices covering wide measurement ranges and available in several different designs.

Supports a large variety of load cells

10g – 100Kg, S-type, Beam, Button style

Low, Medium & High Gain settings

Up to 40 m range

SPECIFICATIONS:

Sensor Channels

1x Force, up to 6x IMU

Size (Body)

27 x 46 x 13 mm

Mass

19 g

Operating Range

40 m in RF mode

Host Dependent/unlimited datalogger

Wireless Protocol

-2.400-2.483 GHz ISM Band, Proprietary RF Protocol

-BLE V4.2

Force Bandwidths

DC-50 Hz

Force Sampling Rate (Max)

2222 sa/sec

Accelerometer Sampling Rate (Max)

370 sa/sec

Gyroscope Sampling Rate (Max)

370 sa/sec

Orientation Sampling Rate (Max)

74 sa/sec

Sensor Resolution

16 bits

Force Input Range

1.6mV / 3.3mV / 6.5mV

CMRR

< -100 dB

Battery Life

Up to 8 hours

Recharge Time (typical)

2.5 hours

Inter-Sensor Latency

< 1 sampling period

EMG Analog Output Delay

48 ms Fixed

ACC/Gyro Analog Output Delay

96 ms Fixed

Real-Time IMU Orientation Filter

Quaternions or RPY (selectable)

Material

Medical Grade Polycarbonate

Seal and Protection

UV-sealed to prevent moisture from entering the sensor & to enhance patient safety

Patents

Protected by one or more of the following Patents 6480731, 6238338, 6440067, 9351559, 8971983, EP1070479

Trigno EKG Biofeedback Sensor

Add EKG signal recording to your physiological measurements

This biofeedback sensor is ideal for research involving physical activity, such as studies for childhood obesity, home monitoring and performance athletics. The onboard accelerometer can be used to gauge body movements or to identify subtle chest movements corresponding with breathing rate.

Connects to industry standard snap lead electrodes

Easy processing of heart rate, variability and similar functions

Built-in triaxial accelerometer

2.4 GHz transmission

SPECIFICATIONS:

Sensor Channels

1x EKG, up to 6x IMU

Reference Type

Dual on-board stabilizing reference

Inter-Electrode Spacing

User Defined

Size (Body)

27 x 46 x 13 mm

Mass

19 g

Cable Lengths

N/A

Operating Range

40 m in RF mode

Host Dependent/unlimited datalogger

Wireless Protocol

-2.400-2.483 GHz ISM Band, Proprietary RF Protocol

-BLE V4.2

EKG Bandwidth

2-30 Hz

EKG Sampling Rate (Max)

4370 sa/sec

Accelerometer Sampling Rate (Max)

963 sa/sec

Gyroscope Sampling Rate (Max)

741 sa/sec

Orientation Sampling Rate (Max)

222 sa/sec

Sensor Resolution

16 bits

EKG Input Range

11 mV / 22 mV rti

CMRR

< -80 dB

Battery Life

Up to 8 hours

Recharge Time (typical)

2.5 hours

Inter-Sensor Latency

< 1 sampling period

EMG Analog Output Delay

48 ms Fixed

ACC/Gyro Analog Output Delay

96 ms Fixed

On-Board EKG Filter

Butterworth bandpass (40/80 dB/Dec)

Real-Time IMU Orientation Filter

Quaternions or RPY (selectable)

Material

Medical Grade Polycarbonate

Seal and Protection

UV-sealed to prevent moisture from entering the sensor & to enhance patient safety

Patents

Protected by one or more of the following Patents 6480731, 6238338, 6440067, 9351559, 8971983, EP1070479

Integration

MCS Biosignal Recording Systems and Accessories:

Medical Computer Systems is specialized in the design and manufacture of high-tech medical devices since 1993 year. Projects cover a wide spectrum of EEG equipment and accessories: clinical electroencephalography, EEG amplifiers for research, including multi-channel amplifiers (more than 160 channels), MR compatible EEG amplifiers, wireless EEG recorders, active EEG electrodes. Partners of MCS are leaders of EEG equipment for scientific research world market. MCS supports the international quality system ISO 9001, ISO 13485 and manufactures many products with CE marking for the demanding European market.

FLEXIBLE EEG ACQUISITION FOR CLINICS AND RESEARCHERS

NVX is the DC amplifier with 24, 32 or 48 monopolar channels for electrodes and 4 auxiliary bipolar channels for sensors NeoSens. The device is used in training systems, clinical and scientific researches as a part of computer-based research system for short-term registration of the electro-physiological signals, primarily EEG. The amount of channels and presence of auxiliary channels depends of models.

Basically NVX amplifiers is used with NeoRec application software. NeoRec is software for the acquisition of EEG and other biomedical signals during the process of scientific or medical research. The program records the signals in various file formats for further analysis and processing by third-party software.

Supported file formats: EDF+, BDF+, GDF, EEG, SM. For viewing or processing the recorded data, the following third-party programs and software packages are recommended: EDFbrowser, Polyman, SigViewer, EEGLAB, ERPLAB, OpenViBE, BioSig.

For Real-time access/control of data stream from amplifiers into Matlab/C++/Python/OpenVIBE for BCI and Neuro-Cognitive experiments, support for Open Source, Lab Steaming Layer ( https://github.com/sccn/labstreaminglayer ) is available.

AVAILABLE MODELS

  1. NVX24 with EEG DC monopolar channels, 1/1 input/output triggers
  2. NVX36 with 32 EEG DC monopolar channels, 4 DC AUX bipolar channels for probes, 9/1 input/output triggers, OLED display
  3. NVX52 with 48 EEG DC monopolar channels, 4 DC AUX bipolar channels for probes, 9/1 input/output triggers, OLED display

SPECIFICATIONS:

EEG Accessories-CAPS. Ag/AgCl Electrodes, Digitizer etc.

MCS CAPs

MCScap is system of the textile EEG-recording cap with removable electrodes placed according to 10-20 or 10- 10 systems and set of passive Ag/AgCl electrodes for EEG registration.

The cap is made of elastic material that provides the most comfortable fit of the electrodes without additional adjustment and minimizes the number of caps for all possible head sizes. Numerous holes are intended for ventilation and electrode alignment to head.

MCScap combines the advantages of textile caps with possibility of easy reconfiguration and replacement of broken electrodes. Ag/AgCl sintered technology of sensors guaranties minimal polarization and long-term stability.

MCScap can be used in clinical practice, neurology and functional diagnostics, and also to scientific researches.

Sintered AG/AgCl Electrodes

There are 2 types of MCScap electrodes:

1. Point electrode MCScap-E:

Point Ag/AgCl sintered electrode for EEG recording with TouchProof 1.5 mm (DIN 42 802‑ST) connector, wire length 120 cm

2. Thin (cup) electrode MCScap-T : This is a new flat (D12*4) and lightweight (<1gr) EEG electrodes. Primarily the electrodes are designed for long-term registration, requiring maximum comfort and stability, such as EEG monitoring, somnografiya, biofeedback. Attaching electrodes to the head is possible with: - Conductive paste, - EEG cap MCScap-T, - Disposable adhesive rings through the ring-adapter.

BIOMEDICAL AUX SENSORS

FPSens - photoplethysmography sensor on finger

TRSens - respiration nasal thermometric sensor

GSRSens - galvanic skin resistance sensor

AXSen - 3-axis accelerometer with a choice of axes and amplification VGAsens - TTL output optical sensor for synchronization

FNIR System

Functional NIRS equipment Spectratech OEG-16H

Spectratech OEG-16H is designed to simultaneously measure a change of the amount of blood in each in vivo part not so deep in by the multi-channel (up to 16 channels) method. It utilizes the light absorption characteristics in the neighborhood of near infrared to red light that changes with the bonding state of the in vivo hemoglobin (Hb) with oxygen.

The spread spectrum modulation method that is the latest digital technique and originally developed by our company is adopted for the optical modem technology that underlies the equipment. It has achieved great reduction in costs, downsizing, and high performance compared with the conventional technologies. It is assumed that the equipment is used mainly on the frontal lobe part that has few hairs. So, a simple and non-invasive measurement is possible, and it is also considered to use it for a battery-powered mobile measurement system, and simultaneous measurements for multiple examinees.

In addition, the equipment has been developed consistently for research purpose, so you are kindly requested not to use it for other purposes.

The equipment can be used in stand-alone mode, or by connecting with PC with a USB port and Microsoft Windows 7 or 8 installed.

Specifications:

Spectratech OEG-16H-01 Head Module

1) Light emitting part Six units equipped Built-in type LED with two waves (Wavelength 1: 840nm 2: 770nm) Output power: 5.0mW/770nm, 5.0mW/840nm max. on surface of light emitting part Safety of lamps and lamp systems : IEC 62471 Exempt

2) Light-receiving part Six units equipped Si PIN photo diode with visible light cutoff filter

3) Number of simultaneous measurement channels 16 channels

4) Distance between light injection part and optical light-receiving part 3cm

Note: The head module is assumed to use on the frontal lobe part that has few hairs. It is not recommended to use it on other part. In addition, even if it is measured on the frontal lobe with little hairs, the device’s sensor may not sense because some of the examinees might have extremely weak signals. Please be forewarned.

Spectratech OEG-16H Main unit

1) Measuring method of biological signal Based on the modified Beer-Lambert Law Hb change (ΔCoxy・L, ΔCdeoxy・L, ΔCtotal・L) Unit: mMol・mm Apparent SpO2 (Apparent arterial oxygen saturation) Unit: %

2) Optical multi-modulation method Modulation method: Spread spectrum modulation DS (Direct Sequence) method Note 1 PN CODE: M-sequence code (Code length: 65535 bits (Max)) Effective bandwidth of biological signal: Fine Mode: 0.76 Hz (Sampling interval: 0.65535sec) Fast Mode: 6.10 Hz (Sampling interval: 0. 08192sec)

3) Event input function It can input an event trigger manually at an appropriate time using the accessory box (Spectratech OEG-16-05 with entry acknowledge LED).

4) External trigger input function (1) It equips two systems of the photo-isolated “external trigger input block” to work cooperatively with external devices. It is connected with external devices via BNC cable for external signal input (Spectratech OEG-16-04 accessory).

It accepts the usage in both the external event trigger and external measurement/record start trigger. Input condition: TTL level (Isolated by photo-coupler in the main unit) Note 2 (2) Possible to input from other PC via Network (Use of UDP protocol) Details of how to use from Network are described in §6 and §7 in Applied Technology Edition.

5) Measurement time (1) AC power supply Continuous measurement: Up to about 10 hours (Fine Mode) Up to about 2 hours (Fast Mode) (2) Battery operation Continuous measurement for up to about 1 hour

6) Connection with PC It is connected with PC with a USB port, and Windows 7 (32Bit OS or 64Bit OS) or Windows8 via the USB cable for PC connection (Spectratech OEG-16-06 accessory). And, Installation software (Spectratech OEG-16H-07 accessory) is installed so that PC can output various commands, and record or display the measurement data received. As for PC performance, Intel I5 CPU or above, and 4GB main memory or above are required.

7) Built-in battery For main part of Main unit: 4 x AA battery (Continuous operation for about 1 hour) For photo isolation part: 2 x AA battery (Continuous operation for about 6 months) For internal clock: CR2032 Lithium battery (Continuous operation for about 3~5 years)

8) The latest firmware can be downloaded from our website as needed.

Note 1:

The DS (Direct Sequence) method is one of the spread spectrum signal generation methods, called direct diffusion method as well, and modulates by using the random numbers called spread code sequence (PN sequence). In addition, there is FH method (Frequency Hopping) method.

Note 2: TTL input means +3~+5V digital signal input at high impedance.

3D Digtizer- for digitizing 3D electrode positions on scalp and head shape for accurate source localization.

Patriot, Fastrak or Liberty 3D Digitizers can be used to digitize 3D eeg electrode or fNIR system's optodes positions on scalp and also for head

shape digitizing for accurate source localization in EEG/ERP, Cognition studies. Digitized electrode head positions and ahead points can be exported in many standard formats compatible with popular EEG/ERP analysis softwares like Neuroscan, EEGLab, CAR Tools etc..