Making Physiology Happen


Data Recorders

iWorx offers rugged, high speed, high resolution data acquisition systems.


  • Supports Windows and OSX
  • Versatile LabScribe Software
  • Software controlled Stimulators available
  • Digital inputs and outputs available
  • USB communications

Single Ended Data Recorders

The iWorx 400 Series recorders are economical, high performance four, eight or sixteen channel data recorders for use with a broad range of analog amplifiers.  The recorders offer 16-bit resolution at a maximum data collection speed of 10 kHz,  making them appropriate for most research applications.

  • IX-404: 4 channel single ended  with digital i/o
  • IX-408: 8 channel single ended with digital i/o and Stimulator
  • IX-416: 16 channel single ended with digital i/o and Stimulator

Expandable and Versatile Recorder

IX-RA-834 Recorder is the most advanced and feature-rich physiological data  acquisition system on the market.


  • 4 BNC inputs
  • 4 Transducer inputs
  • 2 Event Marker inputs
  • 8 digital inputs and 8 digital outputs
  • 2 low voltage stimulator
  • 1 high voltage stimulator
  • 4 iWire™ inputs, to expand the system.

Expand the number of channels and the capabilities of the IX-RA-834 by adding these iWire Devices.  Adding the IX-BIO4 to the IX-RA-834 gives you 10+4 = 14 channels.
Multiple iWire devices can be added to increase the number of channels to a maximum of  32.

Bio-potential Recorders

The IX-Bxx series recorders allows multiple channels of EMG, ECG, EOG to be recorded simultaneously from a single exercising or resting subject.

  • IX-B3G : 3 Bio potential and 1 Skin conductance
  • IX-BIO4: 4 Bio Potentials
  • IX-BIO8: 8 Bio Potentials
  • IX-ECG12: 12 lead ECG
  • IX-EEG: 10-20 EEG  recording system, with 2 Bio-potentials and 1 Skin Conductance
  • IX-100B: Single channel Bio-potential recorder with hardware programmable gain and filters.

Combination BioPotential and  Transducer Recorder

The IX-214 includes a dual-channel biopotential amplifier. Two additional channels accept practically any sensor you are likely to encounter, as well as voltage output of pH meters, spectrophotometers and other laboratory devices.