The NeuroLog System is now widely accepted throughout the world by scientists who demand high quality, dependability and innovation in their research instrumentation. Typical applications include: intracellular... More »
The NeuroLog System is now widely accepted throughout the world by scientists who demand high quality, dependability and innovation in their
research instrumentation. Typical applications include: intracellular recording, extracellular recording, spike detection, electrical stimulation, pulse
& train generation, multi-channel isolated EMG or EEG recording, pressure or other transducer recordings.
Because the NeuroLog System is fully modular, it has the following well recognized advantages over non-modular “multi-purpose” instruments:
Greater Flexibility Complex systems can be quickly assembled or modified.
Enhanced Efficiency Modules can be shared among several set-ups, expanding capabilities without
duplication. Only those modules required for a particular task are tied up and occupy rack space.
Wider Compatibility Input & output levels, impedances, connectors, etc., of different modules in the system are
compatible, minimizing the problems encountered in interconnecting pieces of equipment of diverse origin.
Cost Effective Only those modules actually required are purchased. You do not pay for all those functions added to an
instrument to make it “general purpose”. Individual modules can be added to the system at any time, as the scope and
orientation of your application changes.
The NL900D Case & Power Supply unit allows up to thirteen modules to be installed. This means that a single NeuroLog System can be used to
monitor several different parameters, such as extracellular spikes, intracellular potentials or even blood pressure, as well as produce outgoing
trigger pulses to other pieces of equipment, electrically stimulate a preparation or carry out signal conditioning tasks.
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