The TruScan Research EEG system is built for demanding research applications, including TMS-EEG, tES-EEG, and NIRS-EEG, and features high sampling rates within a portable, easy-to-use device. Applications include:
- TMS-EEG, where TruScan offers the possibility to study early brain responses after TMS due to its high digital sampling rate of 3kHz
- Amplifier has a dynamic range of +/-420mV, preventing amplified saturation and promoting recovery from TMS-EEG related artifact
- The software can trigger TMS and acquire EEG enabling TMS pulses to be delivered in phase with EEG sampling, reducing variability in TMS artifact onset
- The built-in mechanism enabling the TMS artifact to be reduced can be configured in software to accommodate different TMS pulse shapes (monophasic or biphasic)
- tES-EEG, which can be achieved as a result of the system’s wide input range, preventing saturation
- NIRS-EEG, allowing the relationship between electrophysiological and haemodynamic responses to be studied
TruScan Research EEG can stream data in real time via UDP for Brain Computer Interface (BCI) applications in addition to receiving triggers from external devices, which enables investigation of how externally triggered post-synaptic events evolve over time. The acquisition user interface is intuitive to use in a dashboard format and the review software allows easy but powerful analysis as well as export to a variety of common formats. The TruScan Research EEG is compatible with thin Ag/CI c-shaped electrodes to minimise electromagnetic induction within the electrode and coil-cortex distance.
Direct integration with the DuoMAG TMS stimulator range allowing users to control their TMS parameters and automatically trigger stimuli from within the EEG acquisition software. These parameters include stimulator intensity, total number of pulses, repetition rate (both fixed and random) and stimulator recharge delay.