8 Channel Small Animal ECG/EMG Recorder with LabScribe ECG analysis Software
The IX-BIO8-SA system is optimized for small animals.
The IX-BIO8-SA system includes:
- IX-BIO8 recorder
- C-ISO-GNE5: a set of 5 platinum needle electrodes.
- C-PB-P1 :Piggy-Back Male/Female Safety Pin Connector to Single Female Safety Pin Connector
- LabScribe ECG Analysis module
The IX-BIO8 is a 8 Channel Biopotential Amplifier that allows multiple channels of EMG, ECG, EOG to be recorded simultaneously from a single exercising or resting subject. The recorder is furnished with LabScribe Recording and Analysis Software and connects directly to a USB port on either a Macintosh or Windows PC.
|Analog Inputs||8 Biopotential|
|Input Range||2400mV, 1200mV, 800mV, 400mV, 200mV, 100mV, 50mV, 25mV, 12mV|
|Sampling Speed||20k Samples/sec per channel simultaneous|
|System noise||< 6 microVolts|
- Measure temperature using the TM-BIO temperature sensor.
- Mark events using the EM-BIO Event Marker.
- Temperature Controller with Heated Bed.
Kinesiology is the study of human and nonhuman animal-body movements, performance, and function by applying the sciences of biomechanics, anatomy, physiology, psychology, and neuroscience. When studying kinesiology, surface electromyography (sEMG or Surface EMG) is the measurement of choice. The IX-BIOx enables 4/8 channels of EMG recordings, or a combination of EMG and ECG recordings.
Citations for IX-BIO4 and IX-BIO8:
- Gottschall, Jinger S., Bryce Hastings, and Zachary Becker. “Muscle Activity Patterns Do Not Differ Between Push-Up and Bench Press Exercises.” Journal of applied biomechanics(2018): 1-20.
- Craighead, Daniel H., et al. “Ingestion of TRP channel agonists attenuates exercise‐induced muscle cramps.” Muscle & Nerve(2017).
- Looney, David P., et al. “Electromyographical and Perceptual Responses to Different Resistance Intensities in a Squat Protocol: Does Performing Sets to Failure With Light Loads Produce the Same Activity?.” The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research 30.3 (2016): 792-799.
- Flanagan, Shawn D., et al. “Concurrent Validity of the Armour39 Heart Rate Monitor Strap.” The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research 28.3 (2014): 870-873.
- Earp, Jacob E., et al. “Regional Surface Electromyography of the Vastus Lateralis During Strength and Power Exercises.” The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research 30.6 (2016): 1585-1591.