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Espion Visual Electrophysiology System

ProductsEspion Visual Electrophysiology System
Company Diagnosys, LLC
Item Espion Visual Electrophysiology System
Features 
  • Minimum System: Espion Console, PowerBloc, one stimulator. System includes headbox, software, manual, starter pack of electrodes and all cables
  • Portable (20lb, 9Kg), and self contained (all major electronics in one box)
  • Compact (12"x18"x14") and ergonomically designed to save desk space
  • Integrated bright 10.4 TFT LCD screen with infrared touch screen
  • Fast Pentium CPU running Windows 98 with 128Mb RAM, large HDD and 250Mb zip drive
  • Advanced real-time DSP processor based acquisition system
  • 5 integral computer controlled fully isolated differential amplifiers with digital low, high and band pass filters, DC input, (not AC coupled)
  • Sophisticated impedance measurement system allowing individual electrode checking
  • 10BaseT Ethernet connection (on PowerBloc) for simple interfacing to existing networks
  • USB, Parallel, RS232 (Isolated), 10BaseT network connections (on PowerBloc)
  • 5 integral computer controlled fully isolated differential amplifiers with digital low, high and band pass filters, DC input, (not AC coupled) and impedance measurement system
  • Infrared mouse and keyboard included
  • Predefined test protocols and the ability to create new custom protocols
  • Industry standard SQL database using an advanced interface for comprehensive data storage and retrieval
Description At the heart of the Diagnosys electrophysiology system is the Espion. This is an advanced modular system allowing it to support a wide variety of stimulators for different types of visual test.

Clinical Function Testing
The Espion system was designed from the ground up to easily perform all the current standard clinical visual function tests, ERG, VEP, PERG, Focal-ERG, EOG, Flash-VEP, Dark Adaptometry tests (depending on stimulator options). Being very portable, it allows the clinician to take the equipment to the patient, and even into the operating theater.

Vision Research
The software and hardware includes a multitude of extra features that make it ideal for research purposes in both human and animal environments. New protocols can easily be created with the ability to configure almost every stimulus, acquisition, amplifier and marker parameter way in excess of the clinical standard. Finally, new features and options can be added at customer request to help make the equipment fulfill your research requirements.
Info Diagnosys, LLC
Customer Service: (978) 486-9797
Web site: http://www.diagnosysllc.com/

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