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BIOPAC offers a variety of logger options with AcqKnowledge® for biopotential data recordings…

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  • BioNomadix Logger – wireless, wearable physiology data recorder

    Offering the industry’s only system that delivers a comprehensive, 24-hour data logging solution in an easy-to-use, easy-to-wear package—the BioNomadix Logger® truly delivers “physiology anywhere.” The BioNomadix Logger is the perfect tool for applications that demand greater degrees of subject freedom and complex experimental design. BioNomadix Loggers wirelessly record physiological data from up to three dual-channel wearable BioNomadix Transmitters plus a built-in accelerometer, as subjects freely and naturally live their lives. Get the real-world data your application demands. The compact Logger device provides a color display for visual feedback, speaker for auditory feedback, vibration for haptic feedback, voice journal for participant comments, event markers, and alarms.

     

  • Mobita – Mobile physiologic signal amplifier systems.
    BIOPAC Logger Mobita
    Record up to 32 channels of high-fidelity wireless biopotential data with a Mobita® wearable physiological signal amplifier system. Mobita systems include the hardware unit and choice of ConfiCap and are fully integrated with AcqKnowledge software for 32 channels of biopotential data with 3D accelerometer and trigger channel.Record ECG, EEG, EGG, EMG, EOG, etc. and either telemeter data back to a computer running AcqKnowledge for real-time display and analysis of the signals, or record it locally for later download. Easily switch between live or logging modes to suit your research protocol, and swap headers to quickly change electrode configuration or signal type.

     

  • BioHarness data loggers and telemetry
    BIOPAC Logger BioHarness
    Multi-parameter device provides researchers with a great way to log data from subjects that are on the go. The wearable Smart Fabric harness holds the device and provides a range of physiological signals that are stored locally on the device for future download. No additional electrodes or devices are connected to the subject. The BioHarness also operates in Bluetooth telemetry mode to transmit data back to a computer where AcqKnowledge software displays and analyzes the signals in real time.

     

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