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Company Xltek
Item Trex
Features Youll feel at home with our signal

What kind of signal can you expect to record with the XLTEK Trex amplifier? Imagine weve had clinicians tell us they couldnt tell it was an ambulatory device providing the signal. Thats how good it is. Trex operates easily and affordably on two AA batteries and also records the signal longer than other devices, with a storage capacity for up to 96 hours of data. Youll have peace of mind knowing that Trex will ensure a successful EEG screening, particularly when seizures are infrequent.

Small wonder Trex is the one that does it all

Trex features 24 AC channels, 4 differential channels and 4 DC channels plus oximetry data. Its dual purpose providing you with both EEG and sleep functionality and therefore more cost effective for your practice. Trex also easily connects to a PC via a high-speed USB cable, and it can upload 24 hours worth of data in less than 6 minutes. Finally, our NeuroWorks software solution enhances workflow with easy, intuitive functions to help you efficiently and effectively review data.

A better decision for your needs

While Trex is small, its big on the performance, flexibility and reliability you demand. Plus, youll benefit from fast turnaround, helping you to maximize usage for your patients. Most importantly, XLTEK never stops innovating, so you will never stop benefiting from our continuous enhancements.

Description The smallest, lightest, smartest choice

Often the only way to capture a sleep, cardiac or neurological event is to use an ambulatory device in a patients home environment. But will the device be durable enough? Can you depend on its signal quality? Will the battery last? Is it comfortable enough for a child to wear? We understand your needs because we listen. The result? Trex. The multi-modality ambulatory recorder thats small, lightweight and delivers unequalled reliability, flexibility and performance.

The worlds smallest ambulatory recorder

Choosing an ambulatory EEG device that patients find both comfortable and unobtrusive has always been a challenge. We love a challenge. So we set out to engineer a device we could put on a child, instead of putting the child on the device. Today, the XLTEK Trex is the smallest, lightest and most comfortable ambulatory, clinical EEG, and home sleep recorder available. This makes it your smartest choice for every patient, especially pediatric patients.

Info Xltek
Customer Service: (800) 387 7516
Web site: http://www.xltek.com

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