DuoMAG XT

The DuoMAG XT is a powerful, flexible repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulator built for ease of use in both research and clinical scenarios.

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DuoMag XT

DuoMAG XT

Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation, delivered by the DuoMAG XT rTMS system, can be applied to increase or decrease the excitability of the corticospinal tract depending on the intensity of stimulation, coil orientation, and frequency.

The DuoMAG XT rTMS system supports biphasic and biphasic burst (theta burst) pulse modes, with the powerful XT-100 stimulator capable of reaching 100Hz stimulation at 40% intensity, and 50Hz theta burst stimulation at up to 67% intensity.

The stimulator offers a range of intuitive controls: trigger the system directly through the Deymed coils; through external PC controls; or through the DuoMAG touch-screen interface for ultimate ease of use.

CUSTOM PROTOCOL EDITOR

Intuitive software allows for the easy control of subject database, including fully anonymising data and exporting stimulation history. A dedicated screen for the calculation of RMT and AMT, with the ability to add/edit cursors to highlight amplitude/latency.
Protocol editor enables the customisation of all stimulation parameters, including repetitive trains, stimulation frequency, burst frequency and stimulation at a percentage of motor threshold.

EXTERNAL COMMUNICATIONS

External communications supported via TTL in/out triggers and USB.

MULTIMODAL APPLICATIONS

Seamless integration through the whole family of Deymed products for true multimodal research studies. Deymed EEG, EMG/MEP systems can control intensity and triggering of TMS devices enabling the user to focus attention on the participant, rather than the hardware.

MULTIPLE CONFIGURATIONS

Three different repetitive stimulator options and two different cart options enable us to specify a system to any budget or requirement. Standalone systems can be used for desktop workspaces, a cart enables the system to be mounted on a trolley and be portable for use in different sites and an optional counterbalanced electromagnetically operated arm can be specified to ensure coil movement is eliminated in a session. This flexibility, coupled with a wide range of coil types makes the DuoMAG systems unrivalled in terms of their customisation.

CE-CERTIFICATION

The DuoMAG XT rTMS system is a CE-certified medical device for non-invasive brain stimulation in humans. It is limited to investigational and research use in the USA.

 

XT-10

XT-35

XT-100

Pulse mode

Biphasic, repetitive

Biphasic, repetitive, burst

Biphasic, repetitive, burst

Dimensions

49cm x 16cm x 38cm

49cm x 16cm x 38cm

49cm x 16cm x 38cm

Weight

265J (at 100%)

265J (at 100%)

265J (at 100%)

Max repetition rate at 100%

5Hz

13Hz

22Hz

Max repetition rate at 50%

10Hz

35Hz

86Hz

Max repetition rate

10Hz

35Hz

100Hz

Max frequency

10Hz

35Hz

100Hz

Pulse width

290µs

290µs

290µs

Mains voltage

100-240Vac 50/60Hz

100-240Vac 50/60Hz

100-240Vac 50/60Hz

Synchronisation

TTL in/out and/or USB

TTL in/out and/or USB

TTL in/out and/or USB

Communication

USB or coil controls

USB or coil controls

USB or coil controls

  1. Sensorimotor expectations bias motor resonance during observation of object lifting: The causal role of pSTS. Guy Rens, Vonne van Polanen, Alessandro Botta, Mareike A. Gann, Jean-Jacques Orban de Xivry and Marco Davare. Journal of Neuroscience, JN-RM-2672-19. April 2020
  2. An electroencephalographic signature predicts antidepressant response in major depression. Wei Wu, Yu Zhang, […] Amit Etkin. Nature Biotechnology. February 2020
  3. The role of the anterior intraparietal sulcus and the lateral occipital cortex in fingertip force scaling and weight perception during object lifting. Vonne van Polanen, Guy Rens, & Marco Davare. bioRxiv. December 2019
  4. Non-invasive stimulation of the auditory feedback area for improved articulation in Parkinson's disease. Lubos Brabenec, Patricia Klobusiakova, Marek Barton, Jiri Mekysk, Zoltan Galaz, Vojtech Zvoncak, Tomas Kiska, Jan Mucha, Zdenek Smekal, Milena Kostalova, & Irena Rektorova. Parkinsonism & Related Disorders. October 2018
  5. Intermittent Theta Burst Stimulation Over Ventral Premotor Cortex or Inferior Parietal Lobule Does Not Enhance the Rubber Hand Illusion. Alessandro Mioli, Marco D’Alonzo, Giovanni Pellegrino, Domenico Formica, and Giovanni Di Pino. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 2018
  6. Combining Robotic Training and Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation in Severe Upper Limb-Impaired Chronic Stroke Patients. Vincenzo Di Lazzaro, Fioravante Capone, Giovanni Di Pino, Giovanni Pellegrino, Lucia Florio, Loredana Zollo, Davide Simonetti, Federico Ranieri, Nicoletta Brunelli, Marzia Corbetto, Sandra Miccinilli, Marco Bravi, & Stefano Milighet. Frontiers in Neuroscience. October 2016
  7. Theta-burst transcranial magnetic stimulation induced cognitive task-related decrease in activity of default mode network: An exploratory study. Lubomira Novakova, Martin Gajdos, & Irena Rektorova. Brain Stimulation. January 2020

Compatible Products

This product can be used in combination with some of our other systems. Find out more by selecting one from the list below.

Associated Techniques

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Added Value

In addition to supplying and supporting a wide range of neuroscience products, Brainbox offers additional value in a number of areas that can benefit our customers, including:

Training
Installation, Product Training, Technique Training, Bespoke Training

Lab Support
System Upgrades, Testing, Calibration, System Integration, Bespoke Solutions

Research Support
Study Design, Piloting, Technical Information, References

Collaboration
Grant Applications, Industrial Projects, Workshops

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