At the epicenter of Plexon’s Solutions for neuroscience exists a powerful data acquisition, behavioral research or stimulation system – OmniPlex®, CineLyzer® , PlexBright® or PlexStim™. If interested in learning about Plexon’s primary systems, begin here.
Plexon’s flagship neural data acquisition system for program selectable amplification, filtering and spike sorting available in 16 to 512 channel configurations, depending on choice of either DigiAmp™ for use with analog headstages or our newest Digital Headstage Processor (DHP) subsystem utilizing digital headstages. **OmniPlex Release 18 now available. Learn More about OmniPlex Release 18**
The industry’s most advanced approach to digital video recording, position tracking and behavioral analysis for freely moving and behaving animal experiments. **CineLyzer v4.4 is now available and offers new features for the the optional photometry system
Plexon’s Multi-Fiber Photometry System is a camera based system that images one end of a branching patch cable containing multiple fibers and extracts the photometry signal from the individual fibers in the bundle via image processing techniques. Click here to learn more about these new features.**
Plexon’s CinePlex System is the only behavioral research system that was specifically designed for use with high resolution neural recording. It is a sophisticated, digital video recording, tracking and analysis solution for electrophysiology labs. **CinePlex Studio v3.7 now supports 4 cameras at 200 FPS and more!**
Plexon’s innovative, economical and turnkey approach to performing acute or chronic optogenetic stimulation.This is a turnkey approach offering high intensity LED equipment for in vivo and in vitro stimulation.
Plexon’s electrically isolated, individually programmable, 16 channel, constant current stimulator system is compatible with Plexon’s OmniPlex data acquisition systems and/or the CinePlex® Behavioral Research System. **PlexStim Software 2.3 supporting up to 64 channels now available.**
Plexon’s pioneering neural data acquisition system. Although new MAP systems are no longer sold, upgrades are still possible and support continues.