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Quattrocento

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EEG amplifier EEG amplifier - Quattrocento
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Characteristics

  • Signal type:

    EEG, EMG, ECG

  • Number of channels:

    16-channel

Description

Quattrocento

Features

It is possible to visualize different types of signals: surface electromyography (sEMG), intramuscular electromyography (iEMG), electrocardiogram (ECG) and electroencephalogram (EEG)
Available versions: - 96 channels - 192 channels - 288 channels - 384 channels
16 auxiliary input channels
1 analogue output
1 input / output trigger
Ethernet communication
The Quattrocento device is a multichannel amplifier for bioelectrical signals. It can detect surface electromyographic (sEMG) signals, intramuscular electromyographic (iEMG) signals and electroencephalographic (EEG) signals. The Quattrocento allows the detection and recording of the electric signals generated by the human body. The signals acquired by the instrument are amplified, filtered, digitally converted and then transferred to a PC, via an ethernet interface, for real-time visualization and storage. A freeware software called OT BioLab+ has been designed by OT Bioelettronica and is available for download on the website https://www.otbioelettronica.it/downloads.

The Quattrocento is a research instrument designed for clinical research carried out by qualified researchers.

Quattrocento is a modular system. Are available version with 96, 192, 288 and 384 bioelectrical signals plus 16 auxiliary inputs. The number of channels depends on the number of amplification boards inserted.