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IX-RA-834 10+ Channel Recorder and Stimulator

Overview
The iWorx RA Recorder is the most advanced and feature-rich physiological data  acquisition system on the market. It comes standard with 4 BNC inputs, 4 Transducer inputs, 2 Event Marker inputs, 8 digital inputs, a low voltage and high voltage stimulator, 8 digital outputs, a built-in barometric pressure sensor and 4 iWire™ inputs. The iWorx RA exhibits the high resolution, low  noise and flexibility required for a variety of research applications including:

  • Cardiac Function
  • Hemodynamics
  • Isolated tissue and organ studies
  • Exercise physiology research
  • Metabolic function studies
  • Neuroscience
  • Oocyte clamp and epithelial voltage clamp applications

Recorder Features:

  • Built-in Barometric Sensor –allows for real-time compensation to pressure measurements due to changes in atmospheric pressure
  • Versatile – record multiple signals simultaneously (i.e. heart rate, respiration and pulse oximetry)
  • Built-in Stimulators – built-in, software controlled low and high voltage stimulators for both human and animal experiments with a wide array of preset stimulation protocols
  • Longer Life Cycle – iWire digital design accommodates future lab technologies

Power Supply: A-UP12-DC-25-1.5A

iWire

Plug and Play Expandable

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. Need to add 4 EMG channels to your protocol? No problem, simply plug in an IX-BIO4 iWire device. Need to record 12 leads of ECG? Simply plug in an iWire compatible 12-lead ECG device into one of the iWire inputs. A traditional data recorder would require 12 additional recording channels to accomplish this.

Current iWire devices include:

 

Specs

Specifications
Inputs
BNC4(+10 V range)
DIN84 (+10 V range)
iWire4
Digital In8
Sampling Speed100k s/sec per channel
200k s/sec aggregate
Low Voltage Stimulator Output
Number2
Output Range+15 V at 35 mA
High Voltage Stimulator Output
Number1
Compliance100V
Range0-1 mA
Digital Outputs
Number8
Event Marker Channels
Number2
Barometric Sensor
Number1 Built-in

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Software

Versatile, Yet Easy-to-Use Software for Even the Most Advanced Analyses
LabScribe software is a powerful recording and analysis package that  features an intuitive, user-friendly interface for setting up acquisition screens, calibrating signals, and analyzing data. Up to 128 channels of data can be displayed simultaneously at sampling rates as high as 100,000 samples/second.

Specific analysis modules for cardiovascular research are available to analyze pressure  signals, blood flow data, ECG recordings, ventricular pressure-volume loops and sonomicrometry dimension data.

Software Features

  • Intuitive Interface – LabScribe software display data through a customizable, user-friendly interface.
  • Real-Time Calculations – Monitor and observe functional parameters with an array of real-time calculations and user-defined computed channels.
  • Data Reduction – Analyze and reduce data and average and write selections of data to the built-in journal or directly to a text file.
  • Real-Time Annotations – Mark data during an experiment with freeform text notes.
  • XY Window – Any two channels can be displayed in XY format, online or offline.
  • FFT Analysis – LabScribe includes a Fast Fourier Transform feature for frequency analysis of any signal

LabScribe Research Modules

  • LS-30BP Blood Pressure Analysis Module
  • LS-30ECG ECG Analysis Module
  • LS-30PVL Pressure-Volume Loop
  • LS-30TXT ASCII Text Import Module
  • LS-20NM Normalization Module
  • LS-20CM Cardiac Analysis Module

Citations

Citations for the IX-RA-834

Shiou, Yi-Lin, et al. “High fat diet aggravates atrial and ventricular remodeling of hypertensive heart disease in aging rats.Journal of the Formosan Medical Association (2017).

Craighead, Daniel H., et al. “Ingestion of transient receptor potential channel agonists attenuates exercise‐induced muscle cramps.” Muscle & nerve (2017).

Munck, Kim, et al. “Body surface mapping of the mechanical cardiac activity.Computing in Cardiology Conference (CinC), 2016. IEEE, 2016.

Struijk, Johannes J., et al. “Heart-valve sounds obtained with a Laser Doppler Vibrometer.” Computing in Cardiology Conference (CinC), 2016. IEEE, 2016.



Part Number: IX-RA-834

Manual: IX-RA-834

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