Plexon Electrodes, Probes and Arrays
Plexon offers a suite of customizable specialty electrodes, probes and micro electrode arrays for various research needs. Many of our neural probes offer the combination of both neural stimulation and recording. Some of our most popular and innovative solutions are listed below. If you do not see what you need, contact your Plexon Sales Engineer about it. We simply may not have featured it here.
Our new In-Stock Probe store is a selection of all of the neural probes that Plexon has currently in stock. You can browse our stock to see if there are any that meet your needs and purchase directly online. In stock probes will undergo a final testing and rejuvenation before being shipped to the lab. Because these probes are already manufactured, the lead time for shipping in stock probes is typically 3 three weeks. However, Plexon cannot guarantee the arrival date of any probe that is ordered.
Plexon Inc is excited to announce a partnership with Modular Bionics™ Inc. to offer the N-Form® for research applications. The N-Form® array is a customizable, chronically implanted, 3D micro electrode array for use in long-term recording experiments. The electrodes are made of platinum/iridium material. This microelectrode array is capable of recording up to 100 channels.
Plexon’s very popular and robust, multi-use, multi-site linear electrode most often used for acute studies with larger animals such as primates. The U-Probe is capable of single electrode, stereotrode, and tetrode configurations. Fluid capillaries and optic fibers can be placed anywhere on this neural probe.
The newest addition to the Plexon probe family– a multi-use, multi-site linear electrode with a solid stainless steel tip. This new design provides researchers with a more robust tip option. The S-Probe is capable of single electrode, stereotrode, and tetrode configurations. Fluid capillaries and optic fibers can be placed anywhere on this probe.
Plexon’s second generation robust, multi-use, multi-site linear electrode. This multi electrode probe features a conical-shaped tip for both ease of penetration and reduction of trauma to the brain upon entry. The tapered tip of the V-Probe permits recording site to be closer to tip of probe.