Blackrock Microsystems Cereplex W wireless digital headstage for large animal models
The Cereplex W from Blackrock Microsystems is a small, lightweight, wireless, 96-channel digital headstage for neural recording in freely behaving large animal models. It has been designed to open doors to promising research such as studies of sleep, social behaviour and freely moving primates. Since the set-up and subject are free of cable constraints, innovative research avenues are possible and the set-up is clean.
The product enables novel research paradigms by delivering high-fidelity neural data via wireless transmission. It offers wide input range with onboard impedance measurement, reducing noise while maintaining signal quality. With the Honey Badger ASIC Chip, extracellular spikes and local field potentials have 7x higher resolution compared to competitor solutions, the company claims.
With an ultralong battery life up to 9 h, the Cereplex W is able to charge and record simultaneously with data streaming hardwire or wirelessly. The headstage is compatible with various set-ups and provides clean and consistent signals for freely moving animal models.
The product has a full bandwidth with 30 kS/s sampling, 96 channels and long battery life, and enables freely moving recording with multiple animals. Compatible electrodes are the Utah Array and it can be teamed up with the Blackrock Cerebus System.
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