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32 Channel Ephys System

Simple, Adaptable and Scalable 32 Channel Count Neural Recording system



Get your lab up and running with this ideal, economical system. With TDT you’ll never sacrifice functionality for the price – each and every system is built with our sophisticated technology to serve your dynamic goals. Acquire, process and analyze neural spikes with the RZ5D Base Processor. Use it to receive real-time updates from your behavioral control boxes and to control signals from stimulus isolators. Our multi-modal PZ5 NeuroDigitizer amplifier offers an unparalleled dynamic range at an affordable price. Rest assured, as your research changes your TDT system will grow with you – components are easily added and upgraded.

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Speed and Automation brought to Experiment Design

The ultimate software for neurophysiology experiment design, user management, and data collection. Synapse provides a large collection of popular ready-made building blocks, called “Gizmos”,  to generate your experiment or you can choose one of the provided templates for an even faster out-of-box start-up. Learn more about the full capabilities of TDT’s Synapse software.

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Synapse makes it easy - Synapse Software
  • PCA Spike Sorting
  • Box Spike Sorting
  • Tetrode Spike Sorting
  • LFP Processing
  • State Maker
  • General Purpose Filtering
  • Channel Mapping
  • Artifact Blocker
  • Epoc Event Storage
  • Stream Data Storage
  • More continually added…

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The WS-8 Workstation: Built for Compatibility

Finally, a computer as powerful as your TDT equipment. The WS-8 has been custom built with rapid system booting, removable data storage and an exceptional graphics card. The icing on the cake? The WS-8 is rack-mountable to minimize your system footprint.

WS-8 Workstation

Add Complete, Integrated Electrical Stimulation Capabilities

Deliver complex stimulus patterns with unprecedented precision and flexibility or mix isolated stimulation and neural signal recording in one versatile device by adding TDT’s Subject Interface.

  • Customize up to 8 banks with stimulation, analog and digital recording (up to 128 channels of stimulation or recording mix and match)
  • Control visual stimulus generators or olfactometers
  • Stimulate up to 5 mA per channel with 10 nA resolution and +/-15V compliance

Subject Interface Stimulator

Integrated Auditory Stimulation

To create two channel of high-fidelity, wide bandwidth, acoustic stimulation add the RZ6 and MF1. This synchronized system extension is complete with programmable attenuation and transducers.

RZ6 Auditory Processor

Exceptional processing power and a realizable sample rate of ~100 kHz.

MF1 Magnetic Speakers

High fidelity speakers for low frequency and noise exposure studies.

Auditory Workstation