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ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAM (EEG) SYSTEM | EEG Machine | EEG System

ELETROENCEPHALOGRAM (EEG) SYSTEM

NS-EEG-D1 is a digital EEG Device available in 24/36/48/60 channels. It delivers high quality EEG Machine signals through state-of-the-art hardware and software design, built-in impedance test module and anti-interference data transmission technology.

This device can be used for routine EEG, Event-Related Potential (ERP) data acquisition and analysis, as well as professional Sleep monitoring using Polysomnography (PSG) for medical and research institutions.

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ELETROENCEPHALOGRAM

EEG/PSG

EEG System | EEG Machine Key Features

  • High quality signal with optical fiber isolation
  • DC battery power operation eliminates AC power line interference
  • Built-in impedance testing function
  • Built-in impedance testing function
  • Ergonomically designed single shielded cup/clip electrodes with touch-proof connectors (1.5mm)
  • Choice of different configurations:
    • 24/36/48/60 channels unipolar EEG
    • 12 channels bipolar EEG
    • Synchronous acquisition, editing and display of EEG and video signals
    • Synchronised EEG examination and PSG recording enable for more sophisticated clinical applications

PSG Key Features:

  • Synchronised EEG examination and PSG recording enable for more sophisticated clinical applications
  • PSG hardware integrated into EEG amplifier – No additional hardware space, negligible weight difference, easy hardware management and connection
  • Multiple channels available for PSG recording:
    • EOG
    • EMG
    • Air Flow
    • SpO2
    • Snoring
    • Thoracic and Abdominal Respiration (RESP)
    • ECG
  • Respiration leading tone is featured to gain patient’s respiration frequency during deep respiration events
PSG
ECG/ERP

EEG/ERP Key Features:

  • High quality signal with optical fiber isolation
  • DC battery power operation eliminates AC power line interference
  • Built-in impedance testing function
  • Ergonomically designed single shielded cup/clip electrodes with touch-proof connectors (1.5mm)
  • Choice of different configurations:
    • 24/36/48/60 channels unipolar EEG
    • 12 channels bipolar EEG
    • Synchronous acquisition, editing and display of EEG and video signals
    • Incorporation of ERP consists of acoustic, visual and current stimulation

ERP Key Features:

  • Choice of acoustic, visual and current stimulation
  • ERP recognition potentials comprising of P300, N400, CNV and MMN
  • Stimulation synchronized with EEG waveform acquisition and configurable stimulation parameters and patterns
  • ERP data averaging function for better case assessment
  • Diversified data measurement tools for ERP latent period and amplitude measurement
  • Multiple ERP(s) available to be replayed and compared concurrently
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EEG Machine details and Cost

Electroencephalography is the technique of recording and interpretation of the electrical activity in the brain. The electrical impulses produced by the brain’s nerve cells fluctuate rhythmically in distinct patterns. EEG machines are devices that record and measure brain-wave patterns. The recording that is produced is known as an electroencephalogram or EEG.

The technique was originally applied to psychology, medicine, and neuroscience, but is now applied widely to human-computer interaction, neuromarketing, simulations, and more.

Because of the increased demand and use of high-quality EEG devices, there are now numerous companies that can meet the specific needs of EEG users. The cost of EEG machine largely depends on what each system offers something unique for the consumer – whether it’s the number of channels, a stationary or portable device, the predefined metrics offered. The cost of the EEG Machine depends on the sophistication and features it comes with. EEG Machine cost varies with features such as Number and Placement of Electrodes, Sampling Rate, ADC Bits.

Many of the devices that are priced at higher range are remarkably high-tech, research-grade devices that have a wide range of sensors and offer incredible sensitivity.

Some of these prices are difficult to determine, or subject to academic discounts, and fluctuate with currency exchange rates, or some other reasons.

The EEG machine you choose will depend on your intended use. Your budget, interest,and electrode count will determine the machine you choose. It takes longer to collect and analyse the data, but whatever your needs may be – it’s always good to talk to the professionals first.At Neurostyle, we consult and guide you to choose a machine as per your requirement.

It is always best to make a choice between devices with an expert around, and we will be happy to discuss your needs with you.
s originally applied to psychology, medicine, and neuroscience, but is now applied widely to human-computer interaction, neuromarketing, simulations, and more.

Because of the increased demand and use of high-quality EEG devices, there are now numerous companies that can meet the specific needs of EEG users. The cost of EEG machine largely depends on what each system offers something unique for the consumer – whether it’s the number of channels, a stationary or portable device, the predefined metrics offered. The cost of the EEG Machine depends on the sophistication and features it comes with. EEG Machine cost varies with features such as Number and Placement of Electrodes, Sampling Rate, ADC Bits.

Many of the devices that are priced at higher range are remarkably high-tech, research-grade devices that have a wide range of sensors and offer incredible sensitivity.

Some of these prices are difficult to determine, or subject to academic discounts, and fluctuate with currency exchange rates, or some other reasons.

The EEG device you choose for your project will depend on your intended use. Your budget, interest, project idea, and electrode count will determine the machine you choose. It takes longer to collect and analyse the data, but whatever your needs may be – it’s always good to talk to the professionals first.

It is always best to make a choice between devices with an expert around, and we will be happy to discuss your needs with you. Below you will find the price range of EEG Systems from one of the leading manufacturers.

EEG Machine FAQs:

1. What Is An EEG Machine?

EEG stands for electroencephalogram, and an EEG machine is a device that measures the electrical activity of the brain. When electrodes are put on a subject’s scalp, they may detect brain activity. The electrodes record the brain wave patterns, which are then sent to a computer or cloud server by the EEG machine.

2. What Are the Types of different EEG Machines?

There are different types of EEG machines:  An Emotiv EPOC and an Emotiv Insight use different sensors and algorithms to measure brain activity. The EPOC is worn on the head like headphones and only requires the user’s forehead to touch it for calibration. The Insight is more like a headband that wraps around the skull with additional sensors in contact with the scalp.

3. What Are portable EEG Machine?

Portable EEG devices are wireless and have a battery, whereas wired EEG machines are connected to a computer directly.

4. How does the EEG Machine work?

The electrical activity produced by neurons is picked up by the EEG electrodes. Because various brain areas provide distinct signals, EEG devices employ an array of electrodes. An EEG machine’s number of channels correlates to the number of electrodes. The better the resolution of EEG data collected, the more channels there are. In other words, a 32-channel EEG gets a more comprehensive picture of brainwave activity than an 8-channel EEG.

5. How to read an EEG Machine?

There are a number of software solutions that work in conjunction with EEG devices to make EEG insights more accessible. The software can be used by individuals, companies, or researchers to display brain activity patterns, evaluate EEG data streams, and assess cognitive function.

To sift through the EEG waves, this software frequently uses machine learning (machine learning eeg data). Machine learning algorithms may be trained to detect brain signals while the EEG subject goes through various expressions, emotions, and activities.

6. What Do We Measure Through an EEG Machine?

EEG devices record changes in the electrical activity produced by the brain, rather than thoughts or feelings. Ionic current inside and between neurons causes these voltage variations. EEG system do not inject electricity into your brain; instead, they collect electrical signals that occur naturally when your brain receives and processes data.

7. Is there any risk of using an EEG Machine?

EEG systems are painless and safe. During the test, seizures in persons with epilepsy are sometimes purposefully provoked, although if this happens, proper medical treatment is offered.

8. What should be the precautions?
Use conditioners, hair creams, sprays, or style gels the night before or the day of the test, but not conditioners, hair creams, sprays, or styling gels. Hair products might make it more difficult for the EEG System electrodes’ adhesive patches to attach to your scalp.

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