System Configuration & Extensions


An external transmitter is worn into a jacket and provides physiological signals from each animal.

Various sensors are plugged to the transmitter:

  • External electrodes to record up to 9-lead ECG
  • 1 or 2 belts to record lung volume by Respiratory Inductive Plethysmography (RIP)
  • An inflatable cuff placed on limb or tail for non-invasive blood pressure
  • A thermistor to measure skin temperature


3 axis activity and total acceleration is calculated by an accelerometer embedded into the transmitter.

An implant manager can be connected to the emkaPACK4G transmitter, to acquire invasive endpoints, such as EEG, EMG, ECG, pressure (arterial and ventricular), and core body temperature with easyTEL+ implants, on the same platform.

An implant manager is connected to the emkaPACK4G transmitter, to acquire non-invasive and implanted endpoints on the same platform:

From emkaPACK4G, non-invasively record:

  • Single and multi-lead ECG
  • Respiration from one or two inductance belts
  • 3-axis acceleration to assess activity

From easyTEL+ implant, acquire:

  • Blood pressure
  • Core temperature

emkaPACK4G can also be used for ECG snapshot measurements, without jacket, which is especially useful for short term cardiotoxicity studies.

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