The B-Alert X10 wireless EEG system operates as a stand-alone wireless EEG system or interfaces with BIOPAC’s range of physiological monitoring devices. Now you can combine BIOPAC’s BioNomadix series of wireless physiological monitoring devices with the B-Alert wireless EEG system. The B-Alert headset will also work with BIOPAC’s range of functional Near Infrared Spectroscopy products to combine hemodynamic and electrical brain monitoring. BIOPAC also offers extensive stimulus presentation and synchronization options.
The B-Alert X10 offers wireless acquisition of 9 channels of high fidelity EEG plus ECG, and AcqKnowledge adds powerful analysis tools, including automated scoring and reporting options. For real-time monitoring of subject fatigue, stress, confusion, engagement and workload, add B-Alert Cognitive State software with proprietary metrics to classify data from B-Alert Wireless EEG systems.
Long-term wireless ECG system Wireless ECG implantable transmitters for mice or rats Additional transmitters available—just move the receiver tray to record from multiple home cages The Epoch ECG Transmitter amplifies and transmits high-fidelity ECG data. Implants are small enough to be implanted into mice as young as P18. To record, simply place the animal’s cage on top of the […]
Recent studies in Psychophysiology, EMG, ECG and PPG measurement utilizing BIOPAC software and hardware: Fight or Flight (Reflex Response Time) “Fight or flight” is a physiological response that occurs due to a perceived threat to survival. It can physiologically be observed through an increase in heart rate, respiratory rate, blood pressure, oxygen availability, and other mechanisms. In […]
HRV, EMG, and EEG studies using BIOPAC hardware and software include: DON’T STRESS Humans encounter various stressful situations everyday at work, home, and school. Such stress when experienced at high degrees and/or for a long duration of time could lead to cardiovascular diseases, cognitive dysfunctions, and psychological disorders. This study examined the validity of a novel physiological measurement […]