128 Channel Ephys System
Up to 128 Channel Count Neural Recording System with Superior Usability in a Compact Package
This neuro recording electrophysiology system is an industry favorite and we know why. Designed for everything from moths to man, record anywhere up to 128 channels. Stream all channels to disk at full bandwidth. Conduct real-time spike sorting and local field potentials with the best system for the price. With the Synapse Software Suite, you now have incomparable control of your data processing and stimulus presentation. You can interface to receive and send data packets to external devices such as eye trackers, motor trackers and real-time BMI devices. Benefit from the full flexibility of your TDT system.
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