The EP-PreAmp can be used for any scientific application where extremely small physiological signals need to be amplified in order to be seen. All signals are embedded in background noise. If the signal of interest is amplified the background noise will also be amplified. The EP-PreAmp 50 is a low noise device which allows you to amplify the signal but minimise the background noise thus improving the signal-to-noise ratio over a bandwidth of 0.1 Hz through 3000 Hz in up to 16 channels. An example of such an extremely small physiological signal is the Auditory Brainstem Responses (ABRs) or Nerve Conduction Velocity
ExG measurements for applications including EMG and ECG mapping, nerve conductive studies, somatosensory evoked potentials, visual evoked potentials, acoustic brainstem potentials, etc. are just some of the investigations that could be carried out with the EP-PreAmp.
- extremely low-level noise bipolar amplifier
- can be used with actiCHamp (supports up to 16 EP-PreAmps) and V-Amp (supports up to 2 EP-PreAmps) amplifiers
- interfaces with actiCHamp/V-Amp by means of a 2ch (V-Amp and actiCHamp) or 16ch (actiCHamp only) SplitterBox
- comes along with everything you need to get started immediately (i.e. 3 Single Multitrode Ag/AgCl electrodes, consumables and accessories)
- easy setup in BrainVision Recorder and BrainVision PyCorder software
- EP-PreAmp with gain factor 1: to record all types of bipolar signals that do not require pre-amplification because their amplitude is already quite large
– typical examples: EMG, ECG or EOG
- EP-PreAmp with gain factor 50: amplifies signals with low noise levels, thus improving the signal-to-noise ratio over a bandwidth of 0.1 Hz through 3000 Hz.
– to measure extremely small physiological signals; e.g. Auditory Brainstem Responses (ABRs) or Nerve Conducting Velocity
Please note: Our products are scientific equipment for INVESTIGATIONAL USE ONLY! Medical use e.g. for diagnosis, treatment of disease or other such purposes is strictly forbidden.