Linear Stimulus Isolator

Corey Cleland Corey-Cleland at UIOWA.EDU
Sun Jun 11 10:05:14 EST 1995


In article <199506091334.JAA25149 at vp3.med.harvard.edu> gozani at VP3.MED.HARVARD.EDU (Shai Gozani) writes:
>From: gozani at VP3.MED.HARVARD.EDU (Shai Gozani)
>Subject: Linear Stimulus Isolator
>Date: 9 Jun 1995 07:10:17 -0700


>Our lab is interested in obtaining a linear stimulus isolator
>(i.e. isolator reproduces input waveform which, for example,
>can be generated by computer D/A).  I am only aware of the
>A395 from World Precision Instruments (WPI).  Does anybody
>have experience with this particular instrument or similar
>instruments from other vendors.

>Thanks for any information,

>Shai Gozani, M.D. Ph.D.
>Department of Neurobiology
>Harvard Medical School

The Axon instruments siuS ARE:
1) transformer rather than battery powered ( I hate batteries)
2) proably very high quality
3) very expensive

just bought 4. Havnt used neurolog/AM.
corey




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