The EPC Console is an FPGA-based component that controls two-way wireless communication between the computer and the Fi-Wi headstage. The electrophysiological recording parameters and the LED stimulation sequence for optogenetics stimulation patterns are defined in the Doric Neuroscience Studio software and sent to the headstage via the console. The headstage can also be triggered by any external source (optical gate, tracking software, etc.). After the stimulation, the collected data is transferred to the console via RF frequency over up to 5 m.
The Electrophysiology Console can simultaneously handle up to 2 Fiberless & Wireless Headstages. Each headstage can stream live 4 electrophysiological recording traces. The console and the headstage are in continuous communication, allowing the activation, the cessation, or the modification of the recording and stimulation parameters within 30 ms. The recorded data can be displayed, commented on, saved, and recalled within our software.
- 2 antennas allowing the control/recording of up to 2 wireless headstages simultaneously
- 1 Digital communication SPI to record 1 tethered ephys headstage
- 4 Digital Input/Output TTL via 4 BNC connectors (could be used as triggers)
- 4 Analog Output 5 V, 16 bits via 4 BNC connectors
- 4 Analog Input +/- 10 V via 4 BNC connectors
- USB2 connection to a computer, cable included
- Compatible with Doric Neuroscience Studio with Fi-Wi interface
- All software updates
Antennas Interface 2x SMA RF communication 2.4 GHz - xx band Sample rate 14 kSps Digital SPI Interface HDMI Sample rate up to 16 ch @ 14 kSps Digital IO Interface 4x BNC TTL level 5 V Sample rate 25 MSps Analog Output Interface 4x BNC Output Voltage ± 4.75 V Impedance 6 Ω Sample Rate 25 MSps DAC Resolution 16 bits Analog Input Interface 4x BNC Input Voltage ± 10.0 V Impedance 100 - 124 kΩ Sample Rate 0.3, 1.0, 6.0, 12.1 kSps ADC Resolution 16 bits Dimensions 360 mm x 99 mm x 37 mm Mass 800 grams
- Electrophysiology console
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