USB-based signal acquisition
& amplification

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:

  • usbACQ is designed to acquire and digitize high-level analog signals that are pre-amplified up to ±10 volts.
  • usbAMP is designed to acquire and amplify biopotentials and signals from strain gauge-based transducers.

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. 

 

Basic system

A typical setup includes:

  • Computer running IOX2 data acquisition software
  • usbACQ or usbAMP device
  • USB cable
  • Transducers

Related Products

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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