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Reproducible Results—for One or Many Subjects, One or Many Experiments

Today’s research laboratories need powerful, flexible, integrated, and easy-to-implement systems solutions to satisfy the needs of multiple experiments acquiring a wide variety of physiological signals for multiple researchers.

BIOPAC research systems are the ideal answer to this challenge and are the core components of a modern facility. BIOPAC’s full range of systems support a wide range of experiment protocols—from the simple to the complex—and are engineered to allow researchers of varying experience levels the ability to acquire, analyze, and interpret scientific data. Complete solutions are available, or starter systems can be easily expanded to meet developing needs.

BIOPAC tethered data acqusitionBIOPAC wireless dataMRI safe hardware

Human or animal, wired, wireless, wearable or MRI—BIOPAC provides a complete hardware/software combination to meet your specific experiment’s needs. In addition to a full line of in-lab, wired solutions, our wireless physiology measurement solutions ensure greater human subject comfort and freedom of movement. And, using extensive and special domain knowledge, BIOPAC offers a series of electrodes, electrode leads, cables, transducers, and stimulus options for safe data acquisition of physiological signals in the MRI environment.

WIreless, wearable BioNomadix Systems

BioNomadix Systems
Wireless, wearable physiology measurement

fNIR Optical Brain Imaging Sensor

fNIR Imaging
Affordable cognitive assessment

Wireless wearable physiology monitor

Physiology on a strap

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MP160 Systems
Complete acquisition
& analysis system

BIOPAC’s high-quality tools for physiology measurement and interpretation are backed by world-class support and BIOPAC’s long-term collaboration with customers to exchange domain-specific knowledge, perfect methodology, and achieve physiological understanding.

MP160 and MP36R research systems

MP160 System


MP36R System

16-channel core system with high-level transducer interface module and AcqKnowledge 5: one system, many applications Wireless, wearable Physiology—record or log full bandwidth, uncompromised data in the lab or in the real world Cost-effective 4-channel system with built-in universal amplifier and AcqKnowledge 5 software
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B-Alert X10


32 channels of wireless EEG or other biopotentials in the palm of your hand Wireless acquisition of 9 channels of high fidelity EEG plus ECG  "Lab on a strap"—Lightweight, portable biological data logger and telemetry
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Virtual Reality

Eye Tracking

AcqKnowledge software to schedule and control implantable, wireless, small animal telemetry systems Integrated virtual reality & physiological measurement—subjects can be seated, standing, walking, or in projection environments Easy-to-integrate eye tracking
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Complete functional near infrared optical brain imaging
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Noninvasive BP Amp with Hemodynamics

Noninvasive Blood Pressure Amp with Hemodynamics

Simple and noninvasive—finger sensor provides accurate & immediate feedback: arterial BP, cardiac output, fluid and hemodynamic status The NIBP100D-HD noninvasive blood pressure system provides a continuous, beat-to-beat, blood pressure signal recorded from the fingers of a subject. Measure noninvasive BP parameters (BP, sBP, dBP, mBP, and PR) plus hemodynamic parameters (PPV, SVV, CO, CI, SV,SI, SVR, […]

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Simulating Cerebral Hemodynamics Effects Onboard International Space Station

Before every important space flight precautions must be taken to ensure the astronauts’ safety. Beyond just ensuring that the space craft is secure, it is important to note any potential physiological changes that may occur in space. Researchers Marshall-Goebel et. Al investigated hypothesized alterations in cerebral hemodynamics could cause visual impairment and intracranial pressure in […]

New Citations—Brain Response and Music, BRS Indicating Stress, & Dopamine and Substance Abuse

Brain Connectivity and Human Responses to Music: While it has been proven that people find music aesthetically appealing because of neural circuitry, it is unclear why individuals received different levels of enjoyment to different types of music. Researchers from Wesleyan University used a combination of survey data and behavioral and psychophysiological measures to try and understand […]

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