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Epoch Differential Sensors

Wireless in vivo recording

Compatible with industry-standard rodent caging

Activate transmitters when ready to use

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continuous wireless in vivo recording
Part #: EPTX-10215, EPTX-10216, EPTX-10264, EPTX-10265, EPTX-10266, EPTX-10267

Epoch differential sensors enable long-term wireless recording of two different biopotentials, each with its own reference.

Two-channel sensors can record EEG+EEG, EEG+ECG, EEG+EMG, or ECG+EMG, with 2-month or 6-month battery life.

Sensors amplify biopotentials and wirelessly transmit data to a receiver tray placed under each animal cage for continuous wireless recording from a mouse or rat. There is no crosswalk between cages, unlike other types of implantable transmitters that use RF.

Transmitters ship deactivated—activate with EPOCH-ACTI when ready to start recording.

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No crosstalk

High-quality data—no “crosstalk” between neighboring cages in high-density housing

Easily integrate with BIOPAC

Analog output integrates with BIOPAC data acquisition and video monitoring systems

Small implants

Uniquely suited for neonatal (P10 mice or P6 rats ) and adult rodent recording

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Epoch neural implant bandwidth

differential transmitter

Sample Differential Transmitter Wire Layout

The Epoch Advantage

Get started with wireless from a single animal!

Transmitters

  • Easy and quick to implant, reduces surgery to minutes
  • Small and light skull-mounted transmitters
  • 2 to 6 channels of EEG
  • Transmitters are activated when needed
  • Suitable for mice as young as P10 and P6 rat pups (2-week transmitters)
  • Long-term continuous recordings up to 6 months
  • EEG with common reference or truly differential recording
  • Four gain settings available
  • Simultaneous EEG and ECG or EMG

Receivers

  • No crosstalk between receivers
  • Does not require an amplifier
  • Compatible with most standard rodent cages
  • Compatible with BIOPAC data acquisition & analysis systems
  • Compatible with video-recording systems
  • Faraday cage for added noise reduction
  • Biosignal output standard BNC connectors
  • Scalable from 1 receiver to high-throughput parallel recordings from multiple animals

Videos

Epoch wireless in vivo recording

Seizure Detection using AcqKnowledge

Epoch Analysis Demonstration

Epoch wireless in vivo recording - EEG monitoring

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