High Performance, Single Channel Data Acquisition System with Analytical Software for Embedded OEM Applications Introduced by iWork
DOVER, N.H. - iWorx, a developer of advanced physiology research tools, has introduced the IX-100BE Data Acquisition System with LabScribe2 Software that provides high resolution/low noise recording of biopotential signals for OEM applications. With one isolated input channel and a low voltage stimulator, the system is ideal for embedded biomedical and life science applications where only one biopotential recording channel is required.
The iWorx IX-100BE uses a 16-bit A/D converter to sample data over its full input range of ±1V at speeds up to 200 kHz. The recorder also offers a wide selection of low pass and high pass filters and gains and is safe for human connection. The recorder incorporates a software programmable 16 bit, ±5V stimulator (DAC). Parameters for the stimulator, such as pulse width, frequency and amplitude, may be changed "on-the-fly." Standard protocols include Pulse, Train, and Step; protocols can be customized as well.
The iWorx IX-100BE recorder is controlled by LabScribe2 software, a powerful recording and analysis software package. LabScribe2 has an intuitive, user-friendly interface for setting up acquisition screens, calibrating signals and analyzing data. Up to 128 channels of data can be displayed simultaneously at sampling rates as high as 200,000 samples/second. A comprehensive set of analytical routines have been pre-configured making data analysis and interpretation quick and easy.
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Contact iWorx Systems, Inc., 62 Littleworth Road, Dover, NH 03820 (T) (800) 234-1757, (F) (603) 742-2455, email@example.com.
About iWorxiWorx advanced research solutions include high performance recording hardware, software, and components that accelerate metabolic, cardiovascular, neuromuscular and respiratory physiology research. In addition to data acquisition systems, iWorx offers a full selection of signal conditioners, stimulators, transducers, electrodes, cables, and general-purpose laboratory equipment and accessories.
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