Digital Lynx SX is highly configurable and upgradeable to fit your immediate research needs and budget: increase channel counts through the addition of Combo Boards and integrate peripherals through a versatile array of interfaces.
With the Digital Lynx SX, you can record neural signals as:
Flat frequency response accurately records both low-frequency Alpha / Theta oscillations and high-frequency Single Unit Action Potentials.
Each new Digital Lynx SX now includes the Hardware Processing Platform (HPP) for real-time, closed loop, data processing and response for neuromodulation and other advanced experiment designs.
|up to 512 channels, in increments of 32
|40 kHz simultaneous sampling
|24-bit A/D converters
|DC to 8 kHz
|Wide Input Range
|±132 mV (AC), ±1 V (DC)
Digital Lynx SX includes our Hardware Processing Platform (HPP), a built-in user-programmable processor for low-latency signal analysis and response (less than 1 millisecond). HPP can execute experiment stimuli with precise control of Digital Lynx SX analog and digital I/O: Combo Board inputs from buffered tethered headstages, digital multiplexing (MUX) headstages, FreeLynx wireless headstages, and TTL I/O.
To upgrade your current Digital Lynx SX with HPP, contact sales.
Digital Lynx SX is a full bandwidth, DC-coupled recording system, preventing post-stimulus artifact signal clipping, ending the need for gain adjustments and switches – enabling continuous accurate recording during stimulus delivery with no recovery time even when inputs are saturated. This allows investigation of after-discharge signals and shows long-term DC electrode potential shifts without clipping (Brinkmann, 2009).
Referencing is the key to improving your signal-to-noise ratio! The Digital Lynx SX provides extremely flexible reference selection with up to 8 references for each 32-channel Combo Board and 8 global references shared across the system. All references are software controlled, eliminating the need to physically change connections at the animal interface. Connections can also be changed on-the-fly to optimize signal quality during recording.
Required for use with Digital Lynx SX. An extremely stable, user-friendly, high-performance software package, Cheetah excels at neural signal processing, display, recording and network data distribution. Researchers can customize online experiment analysis and control, and process analog and/or digital data from up to 512 input electrode channels.Cheetah
Digital Lynx SX amplifier chassis is available with either 4 or 16 Combo Board slots. The Combo Board’s MDR50 input connector receives signals from a vast array of analog interfaces and commutators to meet your implant type, mass, channels count and stimulus requirements. Each Combo Board digitizes up to 32 analog input channels at 24-bit resolution, with an additional 8 software-selectable references, 8 global references and 2 differential stimulus channels.
Digital Lynx SX may also be configured to input 16-bit digitized data from our lower cost multiplexing (MUX) headstages with the SX-M chassis option, or from FreeLynxTM telemetry modules with a WiFi router connection.
Additional configurations for optogenetics experiments, user-programmable low-latency processing and feedback, and external devices are available.