OmniPlex Neural Data Acquisition System v1.6 Software
July 10, 2012

DALLAS, TX — (July 10, 2012) – Plexon Inc, the leader in advanced hardware and software solutions for neuroscience research, announced today that the newest software upgrade – release v1.6.0 – for its flagship OmniPlex® Neural Data Acquisition System is now available online.

This release is significant with many feature additions and improvements, as well as several bug fixes all in a single upgrade. A few new features include support for 32 channel auxiliary analog input card, per-16-channels control of DigiAmp referencing, support for interpolation in the main display for stereotrodes and tetrodes, and more pre-established topology (pxs) files for common system configurations. Enhanced features include improved behavior of trodal thresholding, improved behavior of band sorting and editing at high magnification, better scaling of the template-fit tolerance slider, and an improved installer among others.

To access the complete upgrade instructions, unzip the installation files for your computer platform (Windows® 7 or Windows XP) and read the Adobe Acrobat file titled “AAA-FIRST, READ ME”. As is good practice, we recommend all researchers planning to upgrade their system read the release notes prior to performing the upgrade.

This upgrade is available at no cost for all OmniPlex system users. The new installers can be accessed on the Plexon website ( where you will always find the most current versions of Plexon software.

About Plexon Inc
Plexon is a pioneer and leading innovator of custom, high performance data acquisition and analysis solutions specifically designed for neuroscience research. Our equipment and solutions lay the foundation for research performed around the globe in essential areas such as basic science, brain-machine interfaces (BMI), neurodegenerative diseases, addictive behaviors and neuroprosthetics. Plexon offers robust, integrated solutions for in vivo neurophysiology, optogenetics, video tracking and behavioral analysis, and high-density, in vitro microelectrode array (MEA) electrophysiology — all backed by its industry-leading commitment to quality and customer support.