Goodbye line-frequency noise. Hello biological signal.
Equipped with up to four HumSilencer™ channels, the Axon™ Digidata® 1550B Low Noise Data Acquisition System enables you to record multiple cells at once for cellular network studies without 50/60 Hz line-frequency noise.
The Digidata 1550B System has three different configurations. Please see the table below. For detailed specifications, please see the datasheet.
Bring a new level of simplicity to your patch-clamp electrophysiology experiments!
While offering the same digitization capabilities as its predecessors, the Axon Digidata 1550B Low Noise Data Acquisition System offers up to four HumSilencer channels. This innovative feature allows scientists to record multiple cells simultaneously for higher throughput or cellular network studies without 50/60 Hz line-frequency noise. With only a single click, eliminate the noise obscuring your biological signals of interest and simplify your workflow.
- Up to four channels that can eliminate 50/60 Hz line-frequency noise and associated high frequency harmonics in less than one second and with a single click
- Digitizes a wide range of input signals from -10 to +10 V
- Eliminates a maximum noise amplitude of up to 20 V, peak-to-peak
- 8 analog input channels to digitize acquired signals up to 500 kHz independently
- 8 analog output channels to send command voltage output independently
- 8 digital out channels to control the periphery equipment used in sophisticated experiments
- Independent analog-to-digital converters for each input channel ensure low crosstalk levels and high data acquisition rates.
- USB 2.0 connection allows operation on virtually any current PC computer running Microsoft Windows 7 or 10 (32-bit or 64-bit) Operating System, including laptops.
- 16-bit resolution data
- State-of-the-art signal-to-noise ratio
- All signal connectors on the front panel for ease of access and maintenance of the electrophysiology set-up
- Rack-mount case for tidy installation of all components in the electrophysiology set-up
- User guide written by scientific consultants, with the assistance of Axon Instruments staff, for straightforward start-up and as an in-depth reference.