OmniPlex Release 16, Magnetic Head-Mounted LEDs, and 32 Channel Probes

Plexon’s newsletter from February 14, 2017 discussing the release of Omniplex 16.

New Software – OmniPlex® Release 16

OmniPlex® Neural Data Acquisition System is Plexon’s flagship electrophysiology research system. The combination of superior front-end amplification, intuitive control software, and high resolution sampling make the OmniPlex System the most advanced neural data acquisition and online spike sorting system on the market today. This release includes many important enhancements.

New features include –

  • MultiPlex Graphical Display– MultiPlex graphical display combines a selected set of spike, continuous, and event channels into a single user-configurable view
  • Direct Audio Monitoring – Audio monitoring of wideband or spike-continuous signals through PC audio headphone or speaker outputs
  • Enhanced Digital Referencing – Supports up to four Common Average Referencing (CAR) and Common Median Referencing (CMR) groups and monitor channels

New Magnetic Head-Mounted LED and Magnetic Fiber Stubs

The NEW Magnetic Head-Mounted LED Modules are small enough for placement directly on an animal’s head and include a magnetic optical rotary connector that can be used with the NEW Magnetic Fiber Stub.

  • Reduces Torque – The magnetic optical fiber connection reduces torque on the implant from rotational movements such as spinning and twirling
  • Four Wavelengths – Blue (465nm), Green (525nm), Lime (550nm), and Orange (620nm)
  • Magnetic Connection Between LED and Fiber Stub- Each magnet weighs .07 grams, so that the magnetic connection between the fiber stub and Head-Mounted LED (0.14 grams)

Plexon’s U-Probes and V-Probes are now available in 32 channel configurations. These multi-use and multi-site linear electrodes are especially effective for use in areas with a high density of neurons

Key Probe Features:

  • Available in lengths of 30mm – 150mm
  • Optional Fluid Capillary or Optic Fiber
  • Robust and Reusable
  • Customizable specifications for your research needs

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