IX-RA-834 10+ Channel Recorder and Stimulator
The iWorx RA Recorder is the most advanced and feature-rich physiological data acquisition system on the market. It comes standard with 4 BNC inputs, 4 Transducer inputs, 2 Event Marker inputs, 8 digital inputs, a low voltage and high voltage stimulator, 8 digital outputs, a built-in barometric pressure sensor and 4 iWire™ inputs. The iWorx RA exhibits the high resolution, low noise and flexibility required for a variety of research applications.
- Built-in Barometric Sensor –allows for real-time compensation to pressure measurements due to changes in atmospheric pressure
- Versatile – record multiple signals simultaneously (i.e. heart rate, respiration and pulse oximetry)
- Built-in Stimulators – built-in, software controlled low and high voltage stimulators for both human and animal experiments with a wide array of preset stimulation protocols
- Longer Life Cycle – iWire digital design accommodates future lab technologies
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