EEG amplifier Quantum® LTM

EEG amplifier
EEG amplifier
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Natus introduces its most innovative amplifier for epilepsy monitoring and research, the Natus Quantum. This single compact package has it all. Quantum was designed specifically to meet the versatile needs of today’s modern Epilepsy Monitoring Units and research centers. Quantum has high sampling rates and outstanding signal quality to meet the needs of clinical EEG, long-term scalp and intracranial epilepsy monitoring and research. Ability to control Nicolet Cortical Stimulator from Quantum makes this setup ideal for functional brain mapping. Using the same base as Natus Brain Monitor and EMU40EX amplifiers allows simple conversion of the setup between scalp recordings with EMU40EX or Brain Monitor and Natus Quantum intracranial studies. Key Features: 256-channel amplifier; 16 DC, SpO2, digital trigger input, up to 8 bipolar per breakout Configurable sampling frequency up to 16 kHz Bandwidth is 0.01 Hz to 4 kHz On-board memory and battery for disconnected recording* Integrated switch matrix and Nicolet Cortical Stimulator control* Optional 10-10 pin box and bulk/head cap connectors Touchscreen study notes Data-stream Wizard with two data streams Hardware: The Natus Quantum 256-channel amplifier is a quantum leap in technology for advanced epilepsy monitoring and research. It offers a software controlled Digital Switch Matrix (DSM) to facilitate functional brain mapping by allowing the use of recording electrodes for stimulus delivery through an external cortical stimulator. A synchronized visual representation of the stimulation results is displayed on the study record.


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