Since 1976, A-M Systems has manufactured high-quality, affordable instrumentation and supplies for the neuroscientist. This year at Neuroscience, we have demos and sneak peaks of new electrophysiology instruments as well as tools for optogenetics and video analysis of behavioral tasks. Visit our booth to see what’s new for 2015, and qualify for free U.S. shipping on any purchase until the end of the year.
See a live demo of how you can automatically track, recognize and analyze common fly, fish and rodent behavioral tasks from your own videos. ActualTrack lets you track and analyze videos in batches all without any special hardware or a dongle key.
With 8 completely independent channels, a front panel touch screen, and computer control capabilities, our Model 3800 MultiStim 8-Channel Programmable Stimulator is the fastest multichannel, high-power stimulator on the market and has enough flexibility to meet your most demanding requirements.
Unmatched accuracy in applying optical stimulation to an in-vivo patch-clamp protocol. The holder houses both an optical fiber and an electrode enabling simultaneous patch-clamp recording and optogenetic activation. Come see the Optopatcher in action!
For over 30 years, A-M Systems’ Model 2100 Isolated Pulse Stimulator has been the leading pulse generator used in labs worldwide. With a built-in constant current/voltage isolator and easy-to-use front panel controls, the 2100 is a cost-effective stimulator that can serve as your lab’s workhorse.
But even the 2100 can be improved upon, and 2015 will see the release of our new updated single-channel isolated pulse generator. More power, more functionality, and now with complete computer control, our new stimulator continues the tradition of the Model 2100, but extends its capabilities while not breaking your budget. Come see a sneak preview of our new stimulator!
Dr. Jonathan Bakin, Neuroscience & Physiology Product Manager, and Dr. David Mittmann, chief engineer, will be at booth 2517 answer your questions and walk you through the demos.