Smarter. Smaller. Wireless.

The Nomad is the smallest available neural interface system for stimulation and recording signals on hundreds of channels.

With wireless data transmission and on-board battery & data storage features, this new Grapevine processor is designed to be a portable platform for neuromodulation and brain machine interface experiments.

The Nomad can be programmed to run your own custom code for real-time closed-loop applications.

Like all Grapevine systems, Nomad runs Rippleā€™s Trellis software for data analysis and visualization, system configuration, and stimulation control.

Highlights

  • Most portable powerful processor available
  • A completely wearable neuroscience solution, with wireless communication and data storage on-board
  • Available for laboratory and clinical research

Applications

  • Closed-loop neural stimulation and recording
  • High channel count electrophysiology experiments
  • Neuromodulation studies with animal and human subjects
  • Motor and sensory neurosprosthetic development

Technologies

Battery Life Internal, up to 1 hour; External, 6 - 10 hours
Data Communication with PC Gigabit Ethernet or Wi-Fi
Dimensions 36 mm x 95 mm x 183 mm
Weight 700 g

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512 channels of potential.

The Grapevine NIP continues to be used in labs around the globe, offering stimulation and recording capabilities through up to 512 fully digital and independently isolated channels.

It meets relevant safety and isolation standards for use with human subjects, and its compact size makes it perfect for bench or wearable use with an optional battery pack.

Connect your Grapevine NIP to numerous low-latency Front Ends tailored for specific experimentation setups.

Highlights

  • Stimulate through and record from up to 512 electrodes
  • Leverage fully-digital, independently isolated connections and cables to front ends
  • Meets relevant IEC 60601 safety and isolation standards for use with human subjects
  • Real-time Linux OS for low latency control studies

Applications

  • Closed-loop neural stimulation and recording
  • Online decoding of spike waveforms
  • High-channel count electrophysiology

Technologies

Number of Channels 32 - 512
Battery Power 10.8 Lithium Ion
Data Communication with PC UDP over Gigabit Ethernet
Dimensions 190 mm x 110 mm x 43 mm
Weight 907 g

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Highly capable simplicity.

The Scout is an economical neural interface processor, optimized for bench or rackmount laboratory research.

It features many of the same competencies as our higher end models, such as low-latency and advanced stimulation capabilities, and is a perfect solution for laboratory in vivo experiments.

Connect your Scout to numerous low-latency Front Ends tailored for specific experimentation setups.

Highlights

  • Stimulate through and record from up to 128 electrodes
  • Interface directly with third-party devices via the integrated analog and digital Front Ends
  • Designed for bench or rackmount use in non-human studies
  • Manage low-latency control studies with real-time Linux OS

Applications

  • Closed-Loop neural stimulation and recording
  • Neuromodulation
  • Open-Loop stimulation

Technologies

Number of Channels 32 - 128
Data Communication with PC UDP over Gigabit Ethernet
Dimensions 414 mm x 217 mm x 44.5 mm
Equipment Interface Integrated analog and digital I/O

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