TDCS transcranial electrical stimulator neuroConn

tDCS transcranial electrical stimulator
tDCS transcranial electrical stimulator
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The neuroConn DC-Stimulator PLUS is a versatile transcranial electrical stimulator (tES) for non-invasive brain stimulation that offers precise, flexible control for all of your tDCS, tACS, and tRNS protocols. neuroConn DC-Stimulator PLUS The neuroConn DC-Stimulator PLUS is one of the most well-established tES devices available, used in an extensive list of publications. In addition to standard features such as microprocessor-controlled constant current source, it also includes a range of advanced optional features such as double-blind sham control, analogue signal control, real-time signal output, and MRI compatibility. The range of options available makes the device highly configurable and suitable for a diverse array of applications. The stimulator meets the highest safety standards thanks to multistage monitoring of the current path using both hardware and software. By means of continuously monitoring electrode impedance, the stimulator is able to accurately maintain the user-defined current amplitude while also automatically detecting if there is insufficient contact with the skin. It will automatically terminate stimulation to ensure subject safety. The DC-Stimulator PLUS is not a medical device according to MDD93/42 EEC. The device is intended strictly for neuroscientific research. For double-blind sham stimulation control, remember to add the Study Mode option to your system. This option allows the user to select a pre-defined stimulation protocol and depending on the 5-digit code entered by the operator, the current delivered will either follow the active stimulation waveform shape,


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