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Applications (11)

MER: Micro-electrode Recording - Use micro-electrodes and MCE100C amplifier to record in-vivo or in-vitro from organisms, organs, tissues, brain slices, and cells. Record from up to 16 amplifiers simultaneously.
Magnetic Resonance Imaging with BIOPAC Equipment - Electrodes, electrode leads, transducers, and stimulus options for safe data acquisition in the MRI. Record biopotentials, temperature, respiration, EDA, dynamometry, blood pressure, etc.
Data Logging - Data Logging systems for physiological data from wireless wearable devices for ambulatory usbjects. Log biopotential data including heart rate, respiration rate, and temperature, plus activity and acceleration in the field.…

Application Notes (15)

215 – Noninvasive Cardiac Ouput – NICO100C - Cardiac Output can be noninvasively determined by employing electrical bioimpedance measurement techniques. Electrical bioimpedance is simply the characteristic impedance of a volume of tissue and fluid. In the case of…
277 – Transcranial Current Stimulation Using STMISOLA - Transcranial Current Stimulation is an electrical stimulation method, which employs a direct current of value typically between 1 and 2 milliamps (ma). This method is typically oriented to neuronal stimulation in…
190 – Micro-Electrode Amplifier Guidelines – MCE100C - The MCE100C micro-electrode amplifier module is useful for a wide range of physiological recording applications that require the use of micro-electrodes, such as cellular single channel analysis. Micro-electrodes, due to…

Knowledge Base (35)

What types of electrode should I use? - Our goal is generally to provide but not proscribe choices. As with electrode positioning, decisions about electrode type are best addressed via the literature and discussions with colleagues. That said,…
Where do I place electrodes/sensors/transducers? - The best answers for this sort of question are found in the literature and via discussions with colleagues. Decisions about such things are matters of science, not technical support. In…
Reusable vs. disposable EDA/GSR electrodes - Reusable and disposable EDA/GSR electrodes both use isotonic gel but the formulas are different so results will be almost identical but will show a small difference.   The researcher should compare…

Other (68)

How to Apply Gel to Dry Electrodes [Video] - A demonstration of how to apply gel to dry electrodes, shown with EL512 and GEL101A. Use the same procedure with other dry electrodes (e.g., EL507A, EL509) and gels (e.g., GEL100,…
Active Electrodes and Fine Wire EMG [Advanced Feature] - The TSD150 Series of active electrodes interface with the HLT100C High Level Transducer interface module. The TSD150 electrodes have built-in amplification, which allows the subject to be a greater distance…
About Electrodes [Manual] - The purpose of an electrode is to act as a connector between the Subject’s skin (where electrical signals are easiest to detect) and the BIOPAC acquisition unit (via a lead…