Joins us at Booth 1362 at Neuroscience 2015 where we’ll unveil our new Model 4100 Isolated High Power Stimulator that features more power, more capability, and more connectivity than the previous model.
The new Isolated High Power Stimulator packs a punch in terms of power and capabilities. With an internal constant current/voltage isolator, easy-to-use controls, and complete computer connectivity (iOS, OSx, Windows, Android, and Ethernet), the 4100 is ready to be your lab’s workhorse.
The Model 4100 is highly flexible and can deliver stimulus trains comprised of monophasic, biphasic, ramps, and/or user-generated custom waveforms. In addition, the Model 4100 stimulator can deliver traditional protocols such as LTP/LTD stimulation studies, paired pulses protocols, and stepped pulses.
The output may be switched between constant current and constant voltage modes. The high-power output signal is isolated thereby eliminating the need to purchase expensive external stimulus isolation units.
Swing by booth 1362 and learn more about the new stimulator.
Dr. Jonathan Bakin and Dr. David Mittmann will be on hand to answer any questions you might have about our lines of programmable stimulators, extracellular and intracellular amplifiers, patch clamp instrumentation, data acquisition solutions, behavior tracking systems, electrodes and electrode supplies.