Laboratory Equipment Blog

Metal Electrode Selection Guide for Profile B

Posted: Wednesday, May 1, 2013


Stimulator/Isolator Comparison Chart

Posted: Tuesday, April 30, 2013

WPI offers a range of isolators and stimulators. Use the chart below to find the components that are compatible.


WPI's Low-Noise Amplifiers Outperform Cheap Imitations

Posted: Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Dam80 amplifierFind out what you need to know before you buy your next amplifier. WPI amplifiers consistently outperform the cheaper competitors, because WPI reduces the schott noise, which provides a cleaner output. Read this article to learn how an amplifier works so you will know what to look for when you are buying your next amplifier.


Metal Electrode Selection Guide for Profile C

Posted: Friday, April 26, 2013

Use this guide to compare the Profile C metal microelectrodes.


Metal Electrode Selection Guide for Profile A

Posted: Friday, April 26, 2013

Use this guide to compare the Profile A metal microelectrodes.


Metal Electrodes Selection Guide for Assortments and Concentric

Posted: Friday, April 26, 2013

Each of these assortment kits includes electrodes with different impedance within each style. Use an assortment kit to determine which electrode you need for your experiment. Each box includes the electrodes listed. There are no mix and match assortment kits.


Isolated Stimulation Explained

Posted: Friday, April 26, 2013

The term stimulation refers to the delivery of energy of some kind to a biological tissue in order to elicit an observable response. Although the energy used in stimulation may be chemical, thermal, mechanical or electrical, this discussion will focus on electrical stimulation.


Metal Microelectrode Selection Guide

Posted: Friday, April 26, 2013

WPI offers an array of metal microelectrodes. In this guide, we will look at introductory assortmentsconcentric electrodesprofile Aprofile B and profile C electrodes. For basic information on these types of metal electrodes, click here to see the Metal Microelectrode Basics page. Eligoy Steel is a *Cobalt/chromium/nickel alloy.