Programmable multi-channel stimulator for neuroscientific research in transcranial electrical stimulation (tDCS, tACS, tRNS)
The DC-STIMULATOR MC is a stimulator for use in scientific research. It provides a stimulation with weak direct or alternating current (transcranial electrical stimulation - tES) within non-invasive Neurophysiology. The electrical charge and current density applied are far below the threshold for releasing a stimulus. Depending on the duration, the used current, the current density and the frequency the stimulation either activates or inhibits cortical activity. It has therefore a modular effect on existing neuronal elements.
Its main focus of application is in clinical research into multi-channel, controlled, supervised and simultaneous tDCS / tACS / tRNS stimulation of patients and patient groups.
The DC-STIMULATOR MC provides up to 16 electrically independent, freely programmable, micro-processor-controlled constant current sources using independent channels. It meets the highest safety standards thanks to (hardware- and software-based) multistage monitoring of the current path. By continuously monitoring electrode impedance it can accurately maintain the user-defined current amplitude while also detecting if there is insufficient contact with the skin, which will then automatically terminate stimulation to ensure subject safety.
The DC-STIMULATOR MC can also be used during functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and, in addition, can be combined with the NEURO PRAX® TMS/tES allowing full-band DC-EEG to be recorded during multi-channel tES.
Features of the DC-STIMULATOR MC:
Areas of Application
Research, hospitals and surgeries
Controlled, monitored and simultaneous tDCS/tACS/tRNS stimulation of sham stimulation of client groups / multi-channel tDCS/tACS/tRNS stimulation
Analysis and stimulation of the ROI
Software-controlled, multi-channel stimulation of selected regions of the brain and validation of tES with the help of functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI)
Analysis and stimulation
Development and evaluation of user-specific sequences
Solutions for tES in neuroscience research
- EEG measurement with simultaneous tES
- tES with concentric ring electrodes
- Closed-loop solutions
- Temporal Interference Stimulation
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