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Chronic Headstages

Headstages for High Impedance Probes

The RA16CH is a 16-channel headstage featuring a low-profile female Omnetics nano connector.  Record from subjects as small as rodents and mice.  The LP16CH low profile headstage provides the same performance with an even smaller footprint, yielding better clearance in tight applications.  TDT Chronic headstages are compatible with TDT microwire arrays, NeuroNexus chronic electrodes and most Omnetics based 16 channel electrodes.

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 Low channel count recordings (< 16) Auditory neuroscience Electrophysiology

Research Applications

Probe Adapters

Acute and chronic non ZIF-Clip® adapters.

Omnetics Based Electrodes

Light weight electrodes available in custom configurations up to 32 channels.

ACO32 Commutator

The ACO32 reliably tracks rotation on the headstage cable, while preventing twisting or binding.

RA16CH – Ideal for 16 Channel Studies in Subjects > 100 Grams

The headstage weighs 1.2 grams and connects to the preamplifier over a custom cable designed to maximize freedom of movement. The headstage can be used to record from subjects as small as mice.

LP16CH – Designed for Chronic in Mice & Juvenile Rats

With even smaller and lower mass, the LP16CH weighs only 1 gram.  It's an industry favorite, ideal for recordings with limited surgical area and for awake behaving and recordings in small animals.

RA16CH:

16 Channel Headstage

LP16CH:

16 Channel Headstage

LP16CH-ZNF – Non-ferrous Headstage for concurrent fMRI and electrophysiology

The LP16CH-ZNF uses non-ferrous materials, including a nonferrous Omnetics connector with the same size and pinout as the RA16CH and LP16CH headstages. It can be used when recording single-unit electrophysiology during fMRI neuroimaging.

 

LP16CH-ZNF:

Non-ferrous 16 Channel Headstage

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 Low channel count recordings (< 16) Auditory neuroscience Electrophysiology