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  • Injectrodes

    Injectrodes
    Injectrode A versatile solution for simultaneous recording and fluid injection
  • Acute Electrode

    Acute Electrode
    Variety of microelectrodes in different materials Shielded / non-shielded Customized dimensions according to customer demands Applicable to any drive
  • Scientific Consumables

    Scientific Consumables
    Alpha Omega has a complete line of single electrodes available to meet your research needs.
  • EPS™ - Electrode Positioning System

    EPS™ - Electrode Positioning System
    The Alpha Omega EPS is a state-of-the-art micropositioner designed for the accurate placement of microelectrodes in acute in vivo experiments.
  • AlphaComm-I

    AlphaComm-I

    AlphaComm-I is a high-quality motorized commutator compatible with Intan-based acquisition systems offers a solution for neural modulation experiments in free moving animal experimental setups (FMAs)                                                  

  • NeuroExplorer®

    NeuroExplorer®
    NeuroExplorer is a Neurophysiological data analysis software package. It provides a very complete set of spike train analysis options, such as standard histogram and rasters, autocorrelograms, crosscorrelograms.
  • AlphaLab SnR

    AlphaLab SnR

    Multi-channel workstation with complete data acquisition and neural stimulation capabilities

  • MultiDrive™

    MultiDrive™
    The MultiDrive is an electrode manipulator (microdrive) used to position one or more electrodes during acute, restrained animal experiments.
  • FlexMT™

    FlexMT™
    Flexible microdrive designed with innovation in mind
  • alphaRS

    alphaRS
    A modular, scalable, multichannel neural data acquisition system with superior features and performance
  • AlphaComm-A

    AlphaComm-A

    AlphaComm-A is a motorized slip ring commutator that senses and tracks rotations induced in the tethers connected to an animal in a free moving set up. This ensures that the tethers are free of entanglement while the animal moves in the arena.