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SleepSign for Animal - Win
Part #: SSA100W

With SleepSign for Animals sleep analysis software (software for Windows), you can

  • observe the quantity, quality, and condition of sleep
  • use EEG, EMG, ECG, body temperature, and other signals to detail various sleep stages
  • apply automatic or manual Stage Scoring, Hypnogram & Trend information, and Frequency analysis.
  • output Stage Graph (quantity), Average Spectrum (quality), and Vigilance State Parameters (condition)

Flash tutorials: Getting Started, Automatic Scoring, Analysis Reports

To learn more, see Resources below for a SleepSign overview, list of frequently asked questions, and a partial user list.

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