Stimulators for Electrophysiology Research
WPI stimulators for electrophysiology research are constant current stimulators. These are preferred over constant voltage stimulators, because:
- Current is the quantity that stimulates most excitable tissues.
- Stimulating electrodes (and some tissues) tend to increase their resistance as stimulation progresses.
A constant current stimulator "senses" the resistance change and provides whatever voltage is needed to maintain delivery of current at the set rate.
Stimulus isolators isolate a given stimulus from ground. WPI isolators in the 300 and DLS series offer a compliance voltage (maximum output voltage) of 100V with very low noise.
- An integrated five-channel pulse generator/stimulator
- Includes one interval generator
- Five pulse or train channels
- Two mixer channels
- One very quiet variable voltage output stage
The accuracy of digital electronics and the convenience of analog controls
- Single channel pulse generator with train capability
- TTL and variable voltage output
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