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IX-EEG 10-20 system EEG Recorder

The EEG system consists of the IX-EEG recorder and the LabScribe acquisition and analysis software, including the EEG analysis module.

The IX-EEG is a 24 Channel Recorder for measuring 20 channels of EEG, two Bio Potential Channels, a GSR Channel and an Event Marker simultaneously from a single human subject.


Manual: IX-EEG

SKU IX-EEG Category Tag

The EEG system consists of the IX-EEG recorder and the LabScribe acquisition and analysis software, including the EEG analysis module.

The IX-EEG is a 24 Channel Recorder allowing the following measurements simultaneously from a single human subject:

  • 20 channels of EEG,
  • 2 Bio Potentials such as ECG, EOG etc.
  • GSR
  • Event Marker

The EEG is recorded using a 10-20 system EEG cap with Silver-SilverChloride electrodes. The recorder is furnished with LabScribe Software with the EEG Analysis Module and connects directly to a USB port on either a Macintosh or Windows computer.? The EEG and GSR electrodes are connected to the subject by snap-leads to pre-gelled Ag/AgCl electrodes.

The IX-EEG requires an EEG cap such as : A-EEG-CAPSYS.

EEG Setup and sample protocol

Citations and Posters

McLees, Sallie. The Effect of Bilingualism on Perceptual Processing in Adults. Diss. Arizona State University, 2019.

Bryant, Corey. The Neurodynamics of Working Memory during a Stress Induced State. University of Michigan-Dearborn, 2016.

Lima, Gabriel, and Fabiana Rocha. ‘Curiosity, Frontal EEG Asymmetry, and Learning.

Differential Anterior EEG Brain Activity While Viewing Violent or Neutral Video Clips Patrick A. Ament, Adam Runyan, Michael J. Omerza, Taylor Rodieck, Amanda Fuller, Darby M. Simon, and Isaac Flint, University of Central Missouri, Department of Psychological Science
EEG: Frontal Pole Asymmetry and Video Game Addiction Adam Runyan, Michael Omerza, Amanda Fuller, Taylor Rodieck, Darby Simon, Isaac Flint, Teigan Hockman, Patrick Ament University of Central Missouri, Department of Psychological Science
Insight into the Before and After of Problem Solving using Event Related Potentials Timothy Burnham, Samantha Oeser, Abigail Lamp & Joshua Halonen, Ph.D Dept. of Psychology at Friends University

ERP: Event Related Potentials

In addition to the LabExercises various ERP studies can also be performed with the IX-EEG such as:

applications - erp-poster-iconSymbol Processing in the Blink of an Eye: an EEG Study :
by Isaiah Cushman, Gemma Francisco, Michelle Kang, and Nick Taylor, of Irvine Valley College

Specifications
EEG Inputs20 Channels of EEG, using a 10-20 EEG cap
 (Ag-AgCl electrodes recommended)
Bio-Potential2 channels for ECG, EMG, EOG etc
GSR1 Channel ( requires C-ISO-GSRYB)
Event Marker1 Channel ( requires EM-IXEEG)
A/D Converter
Input Range+/- 180mV
Sampling Speed500 Samples/sec per channel simultaneous
Resolution24 Bit
System Noise1 uV p-p input shorted noise at 100 s/sec
2 uV p-p input shorted noise at 500 s/sec
Input Impedance>500 M Ohm
CMRR110 dB
InterfaceUSB
SoftwareLabScribe3 with EEG Analysis Module
MontagesPreset standard montages
General
EnclosurePlastic
PowerUSB
Warranty and UpgradesProtected by a 3 year warranty

LabScribe ERP Analysis Module

Optional Advanced ERP Analysis Module available.

  • Play sound, display images or videos as part of predefined experimental protocols using macros.
  • Use marks to locate the stimuli
  • Export of data in text, EDF or MatLab format allows for post-processing with many EEG analysis programs
  • Integrates with other stimulus presentation experiment builder software such as OpenSesame

LabScribe ERP manual

Design Your System

Choose the parameters you want to Measure

ECG/EKG
EMG : Number of Channels
Invasive BP : Number of Channels
Non-Invasive BP : Number of Channels
Flow : Number of Channels
Temperature: Number of Channels
Force: Number of Channels
Stimulation: Describe the type

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