Analog physiological signals need to be digitized, and sometimes amplified, before being acquired by IOX2 software. For this purpose, we offer two USB-based devices that are ideal for a variety of preclinical experiments:
Analog signal already amplified
The usbACQ device is used to interface between a pre-amplified transducer and the acquisition computer.
It provides high resolution analog-to-digital conversion and transfers data to the computer via a USB cable.
Biopotential electrodes & strain gauge transducers
Biopotential electrodes (multi-lead or single lead ECG, EEG, EMG) and strain gauge transducers (force, pressure…) can be connected to the usbAMP device, that powers strain gauge transducer, amplifies signals, and performs analog-to-digital conversion.
Data transfer to the computer is done via an USB cable.
A typical setup includes:
easyMATRIX3 allows to collect and combine synchronized signals from telemetry implants and any other source (analog signal, biopotential electrodes, strain gauge transducers).
This is particularly useful for cardio- or neuro-respiratory applications. For instance, pleural pressure from an implant and respiratory flow from a head-out plethysmography can be simultaneously recorded, for precise resistance & compliance measurement.
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