Our animal interface devices provide the advanced connection between data recording and analysis systems and the organic electrical activity happening inside your test subjects.
Small, low weight pre-amplifiers with high resolution. Low noise, low power and low input bias from 8 to 72 channels
QuickClip Headstage Pre-amplifiers magnetically self-align and connect to EIB for less stress on animal and researcher. Higher cycle count, lower profile.
Lightweight and small size • Low input bias current op-amps • Precise unity gain improves Common Mode Rejection Ratio (CMRR) • Lower output impedance reduces noise susceptibility. Rugged and durable replaceable connector for damaged pins
Lightweight and small size • Low input bias current op-amps • Precise unity gain improves Common Mode Rejection Ratio (CMRR) • Lower output impedance reduces noise susceptibility
Digitize analog neural signals on the headstage. Reduce tether wire count, weight, size and cost. 30 KHz sampling rate / 16 bit resolution.
Headstage preamplifiers that connect to subject electrodes via touchproof connections.
Less Expensive and Easier to Build. Variety of standard and custom exit tip designs available, required for use.
“Electrode in cannula” technology. Warp Drive Pusher for stable electrode drive/positioning
We offer a range of adaptors so that your hardware meets your experimental needs and preferences
For connecting a headstage pre-amplifier to an electrode interface board (EIB) or a microdrive.Learn More
For connecting headstage pre-amplifiers to a commutator.Learn More
For connecting headstage pre-amplifier output tethers to data acquisition input ports.Learn More
For connecting probes (usually silicon probes) to headstage pre-amplifiers.Learn More
For connecting animal interfaces to a nanoZ for electrode plating, impedance measurement and probe reconditioning.Learn More
Provides a rigid mounting rig for silicon probe adapters and headstage pre-amplifiers.Learn More