Nomad

Smarter. Smaller. Wireless.

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

With wireless data transmission, integrated battery, and data storage, the Grapevine processor is a portable platform for advanced electrophysiology, neuromodulation, neuroprosthesis development, and brain machine interface experiments.

The Nomad can be programmed to run custom code for real-time, closed-loop applications. Like all Grapevine processors, the Nomad integrates with Ripple’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 on-board data storage
  • Meets safety standards for laboratory and clinical research
Ripple Grapevine Nomad

Features

  • The most portable powerful processor available
  • A completely wearable neuroscience solution, with wireless communication and data storage on-board
  • Available for laboratory and clinical research
  • 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 experiments
  • Motor and sensory neuroprosthesis development
  • Neuromodulation studies
  • Mobile human EEG
  • Epilepsy monitoring

Specifications

Number of Channels 32 – 512 (plus 4 Analog and 20 Digital)
Battery Life Internal, up to 2 hours; External, 4 – 6 hours
Data Communication with PC Gigabit Ethernet or Wi-Fi
Dimensions 183 mm x 95 mm x 36 mm
Weight 700 g

Neural Interface Processor

512 channels of potential

 

The Grapevine NIP is used in labs worldwide, 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 ideal for bench use or multi-site studies.

Features

  • Up to 512 channels of stimulation and recording
  • Fully digital, independently isolated connections to Front Ends
  • Real-time Linux OS for low-latency control studies
  • Interface directly with third-party devices via  analog and digital Front End modules

Applications

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

Specifications

Number of Channels 32-512
Data Communication with PC Gigabit Ethernet
Dimensions 190 mm x 110 mm x 43 mm
Weight 907 g

Scout

Highly Capable Simplicity

The Scout is designed for bench-top and rack-mount laboratory research with rodents and small animals. It features the same advanced stimulation and recording capabilities as Ripple Neuro’s higher end processors, but is geared to lower channel count experiments. Integrated digital and analog I/O allow for easy connection to behavioral devices.

Ripple Scout

Features

  • Stimulate and record on up to 128 electrodes simultaneously
  • Designed for bench-top or rack-mount use in non-human studies
  • Manage low-latency control studies with real-time Linux OS
  • Interface directly with third-party devices via the integrated analog and digital input and output ports

Applications

  • Closed-loop neural stimulation and recording
  • Rodent and small animal electrophysiology
  • Behavioral experimental control

Specifications

Number of Channels 32-128
Equipment Interface Integrated analog and digital I/O
Data Communication with PC Gigabit Ethernet
Dimensions 414 mm x 217 mm x 44.5 mm
Weight 4.2 kg

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