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fNIR Sensor Replacement for Optical Brain Imaging
Part #: RXFNIR-CBL-2000

This sensor cable set connects NIRS prefrontal cortex sensor pads to an fNIR Imager 2000 unit to provide real-time oxy-Hb, deoxy-Hb, and raw data values for each channel measurement area. Newer fNIR Systems include 1 Left-Right cable set and additional cables can be added for increased channels.

  • fNIR 2000S Systems can support up to 54 channels—connect cables to one subject to record 54 channels from the subject, or connect to three concurrent subjects for 18 channels per subject.

Note: Older fNIR Systems included RXFNIR-SEN-CBL cables for Imager 1100 or Imager 1200.

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Raw light intensity & oxygenation data, modern noise reduction methods & analysis options

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Part #: RXFNIR-CBL-2000
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Subcategories: Sensor Options - Research

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