R-Net Tutorial Video

Brain Products Tutorial Video Series – Part 1: How to get started with R-Net …

by Stefanie Rudrich Team Leader of Marketing (Brain Products) We have always invested a lot of time into providing detailed and up-to-date Operating Instructions for our products and will keep doing so. However, we are also aware that your time can be limited, and you’d like to get started quickly when your order arrives. Since…

PowerUnit – power your amplifier with lithium-ion technology

by Dr. Michael Schubert Product Manager (Brain Products) Nowadays, lithium-ion batteries are part of our daily lives. Just think about your laptop, tablet and smartphone. They have been proven to be user friendly in terms of charging procedures, durability and reliability. These features are likewise important for your laboratory EEG recording setup. Therefore we are…

Introducing the actiCHamp Plus – offering active and passive electrode recordings … and more!

by Dr. Michael Schubert Product Manager (Brain Products) We at Brain Products understand that EEG research questions are limitless. And so are the demands of recording options across different experiments. This is why we are excited to announce the new actiCHamp Plus, offering a scalable and flexible solution for your laboratory EEG recordings. The actiCHamp…

Brain Products R-Net, our new sponge-based electrode system, is now available!

by Dr. Christina Lavallee Scientific Consultant (Brain Products) In the last Press Release (issue 3/2017), we proudly revealed the R-Net, a sponge-based electrode system for research applications. Since the introduction, we have received positive feedback and a lot of interest from our customers worldwide. Today, we give you more details about our newest product. There…

The new Brain Products R-Net, a saltwater-based electrode system for research applications

by Dr. Thomas Emmerling Scientific Consultant (Brain Products) We were proud and excited to reveal a new product at Neuroscience 2017. The R-Net is based on saltwater sponges and passive Ag/AgCl electrodes that are held in place with a durable and flexible silicone structure. It allows for rapid preparation and high recording flexibility. For some…