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Epoch Wireless EEG 6-Ch Sensors

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EEG wireless transmitter 6 channels
Part #: EPTX-10208, EPTX-10209

Six-channel implantable EEG/Neural wireless transmitter for mouse, or rat. The wireless transmitter amplifies and transmits six channels of high-fidelity EEG data to an EPOCH6 receiver tray for long-term wireless EEG recording from small animals in their home cages.

  • small implants uniquely suited for neonatal and adult rodent recording
  • two-month transmitter suitable for rats as young as postnatal day 7 and older
  • two-month transmitter suitable for mice as young as postnatal day 12 and older
  • six-month transmitter suitable for adult rats and mice
  • transmitter mounts to the skull with cyanoacrylate
  • reduces surgical time to tens of minutes
  • Teflon insulated platinum electrode wires are shipped at 10 cm and can be truncated to desired length; custom longer lengths available on request.

Sensors ship deactivated; EPOCH-ACTI required for sensor activation.

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Neural implant - 6 EEG channels
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Transmitter specifications

Implant Weight 2 month – 2.3 g
6 month – 4 g
Footprint 2 month – 7 mm x 9 mm
6 month – 7 mm x 12 mm
Volume 2 month – 0.756 cubic centimeter
6 month – 1.344 cubic centimeter
Input Impedance 5 MΩ
Bandwidth 0.1 100 Hz per channel
Operating Temperature 30-45ºC
Implant Material Medical Grade Epoxy

Gain Options

This sensor ships with the default transmitter Gain setting; other Gain settings are available if requested before order is placed. AcqKnowledge software includes the scale settings for each transmitter gain option.

Typical Use Gain Settings
EEG, ECoG, LFP – default 2000x ±1.0 mV range, 2.0 mVpp in = 4 V out
Status-Epilepticus 800x ±2.5 mV range, 5.0 mVpp in = 4 V out
LFP, EEG in rat or mouse pups 4000x  ±0.5 mV range, 1.0 mVpp in = 4 V out

Activate Sensors When You’re Ready To Use Them

Sensors are shipped deactivated and the required Sensor Activation & Test Utility (EPOCH-ACTI) lets you start the sensor battery when you’re ready to use the transmitter.

  • The reusable activator is battery operated and can be used for any sensors that are ordered as deactivated.
  • Transmitters must be activated within 6 months of shipment to ensure the full 2-month or 6-month active battery-life.
  • The activator utility can also output two independent channels of data (sinewaves) for testing purposes.

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Epoch Analysis Demonstration

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