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B-Alert X10 Disposable Kits

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B-Alert X10 Disposable Study Kit - Medium
Part #: RXB-ALERT-KIT-M, RXB-ALERT-KIT-S, RXB-ALERTKITA-M, RXB-ALERTKITA-S

Use B-Alert X10 Study Kits for a variety of wireless EEG applications (e.g., human factors, ergonomics, neurogaming, neuromarketing, neuroleadership, team neurodynamics, brain computer interfaces, etc.) and IRB-approved human subject research.

Disposable study kits for B-Alert X10 Wireless EEG Systems contain:

  • one sensor strip: medium or small (see Size Chart in Details below)
  • one Neoprene sensor strap with Velcro
  • gel and pads for 25 studies
  • disposable electrodes (for mastoid) for 25 studies

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B-Alert X10 Wireless EEG | A System Overview

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