SpikeLog64 is a single-board lightweight 64-channel neural logger that mounts vertically and weighs just 3 grams. It amplifies and digitizes single-cell neural signals and stores all data onto a MicroSD memory card. Along with neural data, it records ultrasonic audio using its on-board microphone and includes a 9-axis motion sensor.
- Neural recording
- 64 channels each sampled at 32000 Hz
- 16-bit ADC
- 10mV p-p signal range with 0.2µV resolution
- Adjustable analog low-pass and high-pass filters
- Low noise 2.4µV rms with 7kHz bandwidth
- 8 Selectable reference channels for each group of 32 channels
- Two 36+4 pin Omnetics connectors
- 4.5 hours of recording using a 64GB memory card
- Audio recording
- 80kHz on-board microphone
- Sampling rates up to 200KHz
- Selectable bandwidths up to 80kHz
- High-pass filter
- External or on-board microphone
- 16-bit ADC
- Motion sensor
- 3-Axis accelerometer
- 3-Axis gyroscope
- 3-Axis magnetometer (compass)
- Small size and weight
- 3 grams including memory card
- 3.3-gram battery for 2 hour recording
- Single vertical board 32 x 20mm
Compatible Electrode Interface Board
SpikeLog64 connects to electrodes with its two parallel Omnetics connectors type A79025-0001. The center lines of these connectors are spaced 2.69mm. Deuteron makes a circular electrode interface board that matches SpikeLog64. Click here for details.
Interchangeable with Intan Technologies’ 64-channel amplifier boards.
The type and spacing of these connectors is identical with that on the Intan RHD2164 amplifier board. It is thus possible to use the Intan’s data aquisition systems or Intan’s USB Interface Board in conjunction with that amplifier board to adjust electrodes and to measure their impedance, and to conduct wired measurement experiments. Then when the experiment requires the animal to be fully freely-moving, one can remove the Intan amplifier board and attach the SpikeLog64 logger.