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Electrooculogram Amplifier

Advanced Amplifier for Research Applications

Selectable signal conditioning—filter or transform data as it is being collected

Cascade up to 16 amplifer modules per MP Research System for multi-parameter or multi-subject studies

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Electrooculogram Amplifier
Part #: EOG100C

The EOG100C Electrooculogram Amplifier amplifies corneal-retinal potential. The amplifier monitors the DC potential on the skin surrounding the eyes, which is proportional to the degree of eye movement in any direction. The amplifier output can be switched between normal EOG output and Derivative of EOG. In Derivative mode, the amplifier outputs the measured velocity of eye movement; which is useful for saccade and nystagmus investigations. The amplifier permits DC coupling to electrodes for X/Y graphing of eye movement without discernible decay.

The EOG100C  is part of a complete research system solution. These amplifiers interface with the MP150 data acquisition and analysis platform and AcqKnowledge software, allowing advanced analysis for multiple applications.

MODULAR CONSTRUCTION

Amplifiers snap together for easy system configuration and re-configuration.

Intuitive, Elegant AcqKnowledge Software

Powerful automated analysis. Instantly & easily view, measure, analyze, transform, and report data.

Powerful MP160 Data Acquisition and Analysis System

Flexible, proven modular data acquisition and analysis system for life science research.

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