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RZ2 BioAmp Processor

Optimized for High Throughput Recording

With a powerful data processor and real-time controller, the RZ2 is designed for high-channel count data acquisition.  The RZ2 processes and filters acquired signals and can be used to control digital I/O and/or generate analog signals.  Faster clock speeds and enhanced processing power support high channel count acquisition at sampling rates up to ~ 50 kHz on 128 channels.

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Research Applications

RZ2 Spec Sheet >

  • High channel count neurophysiology
  • Closed loop control
  • Brain machine interface
  • Epilepsy
  • Parkinson's disease

IZ2 Stimulator

Trigger the stimulator with signals from the RZ in less than a millisecond.

PZ5 NeuroDigitizer

Capture any potential and artifact without clipping with TDT's multi-modal PZ5.

ZIF-Clip® Headstages

Designed for zero insertion force connection to electrodes and adapters.

The Market's Best Neurophysiology Workstation

The RZ2 High Performance Processor is the first in TDT’s Z-Series line of ultra high performance processors and has been designed for high channel count neurophysiological recording and signal processing.

 

The RZ's matchless multi-DSP architecture provides:

  • Streamlined data acquisition
  • Minimized post-hoc analysis
  • Increased realizable sampling rates

Extensible Design

Designed for adaptability, the RZ2 is user configurable.  Using RPvdsEX, TDT’s graphical design software, you can customize signal processing without writing a single line of code.  Integrate amplifiers, stimulators and video trackers in a single system, all controlled by the RZ2 to ensure synchronization of data.  The RZ2’s built-in support for the Optibit optical PC interface ensures fast and reliable data transfer from the RZ2 to your PC.  Suiting data transfer across a network to another PC, all TDT processors are built with the RZ UDP Ethernet interface.

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