Isolated ECG/EMG/EEG/GSR iWire Recording Module


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iWire-B3G Isolated ECG/EMG/EEG/GSR iWire Recording Module

iWorx has developed a proprietary Serial Interface technology called iWire. iWire devices enable unparalleled expansion of your laboratory recording equipment by simply plugging in an iWire compatible device. The iWire-B3G is furnished with the iWorx TA Recording Module. It allows the recording of up to three channels of ECG, EMG or EEG as well as GSR ( skin conductance ) from a single iWire input on the recording Module. A traditional data recorder would require 4 additional recording channels to accomplish this.

In addition to measuring Bio-Potentials, each channel is also capable of measuring temperature using the TM-BIO temperature sensor.

Analog Inputs 1- GSR (skin conductance),
Biopotential Range 2400mV, 1200mV, 800mV, 400mV, 200mV, 100mV, 50mV, 25mV, 12mV
GSR Range 0-10000 micro Siemens
A/D Converter
Sampling Speed 20k Samples/sec per channel simultaneous
Resolution 16 Bit
Interface iWire
Enclosure Plastic
Power iWire
Warranty and Upgrades Protected by a 3 year warranty

Optional Addons:

  • TM-BIO: Temperature sensor.
  • EM-BIO: Event Marker.
  • GN-BIO: Goniometer
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Animal Muscle
AM-06: Frog Electrocardiogram
AM-12: Crayfish Electrocardiogram
Animal Nerve
AN-02: Compound Action Potentials
AN-03: Neuromuscular Studies
AN-04: Action Potentials in Earthworm
AN-05: Cockroach Leg Mechanoreceptors
AN-07: Cockroach Cercal Sense Organs
AN-10: Crustacean Stretch Receptors
AN-12A: Crustacean Neuromuscular Junction
AN-12B: Neuromuscular Junction in Crayfish – part B
AN-13: Crayfish Motor Nerve
Human Circulation
HC-06A: Effects of Temperature on Peripheral Oxygen Saturation Levels
HC-06B: Effects of Temperature on Peripheral Oxygen Saturation Levels
HC-06C: Effects of Temperature on Peripheral Oxygen Saturation Levels
Human Heart
HH-01: Electrocardiogram (ECG) and Peripheral Circulation
HH-02: ECG and Heart Sounds with Stethoscope
HH-03: Exercise, the ECG and Peripheral Circulation
HH-04: Six Lead ECG
HH-05A: The Diving Reflex
HH-05B: The Diving Reflex with Respiration rate
HH-06: Heart Rate Variability
HH-07: ECG using Six Chest Leads
HH-08: Auscultation
HH-09: ECG and Heart Sounds using an Electronic Stethoscope
HH-10: 12-Lead Electrocardiograms (ECGs)
HH-11: ECG ~ Simulations and Comparisons
Human Muscle
HM-01: Grip Strength and the Electromyogram
HM-02: Electromyogram Activity in Antagonistic Muscles
HM-03: Oculomotor Muscle Activity
HM-04: Stimulus Response, Work, Summation and Tetanus in Human Muscles
HM-06: Stimulation of Antagonistic Muscles
HM-07: Electromyogram (EMG) Activity in Antagonistic Muscles and Range of Motion
HM-08: Electromyogram (EMG) Activity while Arm Wrestling
HM-09: Kinesiology and Electromyogram (EMG) Activity in Targeted Muscles
HM-10: The Electrogastrogram (EGG) and Growling Stomach
HM-11: Electromyogram (EMG) for Paired Arm Wrestling
Human Nerve
HN-03: Human Nerve Conduction Velocity
HN-06: Hoffman Reflex using the Soleus Muscle
HN-07: Median Nerve Conduction Velocity
HN-08: Human To Human Interface
HN-10: Play Games – Hypothesis Testing
Human PsychoPhysiology
HP-02: Galvanic Skin Response and Emotion
HP-03: Galvanic Skin Response and Deception, Coginitive Compliance and Vigilance
HP-04: Skin Temperature, Stress, Calming and Embarrassment
HP-07: The Stroop Effect
HP-08: The Galvanic Skin Response (GSR) and Investigation into Cheating
HP-09: Facial Expression Electromyograms (EMG) and Emotion
HP-10: Visual Evoked Potentials (VEP)
HP-12: Rubber Hand Illusion
HP-14: Hypothesis-driven Biofeedback Lab/Research Study
HP-18: Posner Attention Test
TT-01: Tutorial with ECG