The neuroConn DC-STIMULATOR MC* provides up to 16 freely programmable, micro-processor-controlled constant current sources using independent channels. It meets the highest safety standards thanks to (hardware- and software-based) multistage monitoring of the current path.
The multi-channel DC-STIMULATOR MC* allows laptop-controlled, full-band stimulation from independent electrical sources using any desired signal type in the range of 0-1,000 Hz and currents of between 50-5,000 µA with a freely adjustable phase.
The DC-STIMULATOR MC* can also be used during functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and, in addition, can be combined with the NEURO PRAX® TMS/tDCS allowing full-band DC-EEG to be recorded during multi-channel transcranial electrical stimulation.
The combination of the DC-STIMULATOR MC* with the software HDTargets™ provided by Soterix Medical allows the targeted, optimized high-definition (HD) stimulation. Multiple small electrodes can be used and the applied currents are systematically optimized to achieve effective and targeted stimulation while ensuring safety of stimulation.
For transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS), transcranial alternating current stimulation (tACS), cranial electrical stimulation (CES), galvanic vestibular stimulation (GVS) and transcranial random noise stimulation (tRNS)
Up to 16-channel, bipolar (AC) stimulation
Current strength and curve forms adjustable up to ±4,000 µA, AC current strength adjustable up to ±1,500 µA (peak-to-peak)
Freely selectable application duration
Frequencies adjustable up to 1,000 Hz, phase freely adjustable
4 standard modes – tDCS (continuous stimulation) – pulse (cyclical stimulation activation/deactivation) – sinus (sinus wave) – noise (normally distributed)
Import and storage of any stimulation sequences
MRI extension for use in (f)MRI
Targeted, optimized high-definition (HD) stimulation
Items marked with* are investigational devices and for research use only. CAUTION - Investigational Device. Limited by Federal (or United States) law to investigational use.