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cEEGrids

cEEGrids

cEEGrids are flex-printed, multi-channel sensor arrays that are placed around the ear using an adhesive, to measure EEG.

cEEGrids are very lightweight, comfortable to wear and unobtrusive. With the Mobita and the Porti system, two cEEGrids can be connected, enabling you to measure 20 channels of EEG!

TMSi developed the cEEGrids with Professor Debener from the University of Oldenburg. More information on the how to use the cEEGrids can be found on their website, www.ceegrid.com.  For price information you can contact us via the link at the bottom of this page.

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High Density EMG grids

High Density EMG grids

Special 64-channel grids were developed for the measurement of High Density EMG.

The pre-configured grids are available in two different inter-electrode distances and consist of 64 electrodes in an 8x8 configuration. Grids are connected to the Refa amplifier through a special 64 channel "click" connector and 64 channel pico cable, each lead with individual shielding. With the 128-channel Refa, two 64-channel grids can be used in parallel.

Apart from using a standard grid, one could always want to configure own grid layouts. This is possible with the help of our micro-electrodes.

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bipolar snap-electrode pair

Water based EEG electrodes

Tired of using gel and scratching the patient's skin for performing an EEG? With TMSi's water based electrodes this is all in the past.

During the European BRAIN project, a completely new type of EEG sensor was developed, with which you can measure EEG by just using plain (tap) water. The goal was to make this EEG sensor easy to handle, quick to apply, comfortable to wear and yet have an excellent signal quality (in combination with TMSi amplifiers). 

A special housing with integrated AgCl pellet electrode was used as the main component of the new sensor. The sensor housing can contain a sponge that is soaked with water. The sponge and the water make contact with the skin to measure EEG. In order to increase the comfort, and to decrease movement artifacts the sensor housing is inserted in a rubber fitting, integrated into a type of headcap. For the measurement of BCI signals, we further designed a new headwrap that is very quick and easy to apply. This headwrap contains a number of sensor fittings, in which the sensors are mounted. The fitting has a rubber ring, preventing the sensor to dry out quickly, but more important to prevent the sensor from moving with respect to the skin. In this manner a double function has been achieved. The fitting is produced from a soft type of rubber, and is very comfortable to wear.

Water electrodes are already being used in different applications, for example in Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) or Event-Related Potentials (ERP).

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bipolar snap-electrode pair

3D Accelerometer

The 3D Accelerometer measures acceleration with a minimum full scale range of ± 3 g.

The device is intended for use in physiological measurements. It can measure the static acceleration of gravity in applications where the orientation of segments or parts of the (human) body is determined. In addition it can measure dynamic acceleration resulting from motion, shock or vibration. It can for example be used for measuring tremor in patients suffering from Parkinson's Disease.

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bipolar snap-electrode pair

ECG electrodes

ECG can be measured in a variety of configurations, from only 2-leads to 12-leads ECG or multichannel ECG for cardiac mapping.

The TMSi snap-electrodes are very easy to handle, enabling you to very quickly set-up an EMG measurement using the pre-gelled disposable electrodes. The disposable electrodes have a measurement surface of about 12mm.

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EEG headcap

EEG headcap

The TMSi EEG headcaps use pico coax cables to assure the best signal quality. Each electrode cable is individually shielded, making them immune to mains interference and cable movement artifacts.

The TMSi EEG headcaps are available in different sizes, head circumferences ranging from neonatal (25-27 cm) to Large (58-62 cm). The amount of electrodes in a headcap ranges from 21 electrodes to 128 (!) electrodes. They can be used in different applications, from normal EEG monitoring to Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) research or Event-Related Potentials.

 

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