- ∙ Configure and Acquire any PSG or PSG/EEG configuration
- ∙ View all channels plus body position and SpO2 values
- ∙ Montage editor built-in
- ∙ Quick pre-sets for easy use
- ∙ Video view with PTZ camera control
The SomniPro PSG is a multi-purpose system that allows for recording both EEG and Sleep studies with ease and includes numerous advanced functions. The headbox can be connected via fiber optics or detached and put in wireless mode, all the while maintaining full synchronization with networked cameras. Comprehensive EEG or Sleep study reports can be fully customized to the individual needs of your clinic or hospital.
Dramatically improves the speed and comfort of browsing and scoring of any sleep recording. Includes sleep-stage scoring as well as full sleep annotation and reporting controls. Sensitivity and changes to most on-screen properties are changed at the click of a button.
Create full clinical PSG reports with customization of any recorded parameters including calculations for AHI and RDI.
This product is not yet available for sale to clinical market in the United States and Canada. If you are interested in a research applications, please contact us.
|Number of internal channels||24 Ref EEG, 8 Differential ExG (for flow & snore, breathing effort - RIP, EMG, ECG etc.), Pressure, 3D sensor (position/activity), SpO2 (pulse rate, plethysmogram), ambient light, patient marker|
|Number of external channels||8 DC Isolated (+/- 10V)|
|Analog sampling frequency||6000 Hz per channel*|
|Sampling rate of stored data||200, 1000 or 2000 Hz|
|Bandwidth (+0 -1 dB)||0.16-450 Hz per channel*|
|Analog time constant||1 s, optionally up to 10 s|
|Equivalent input noise||<1.2 μVp-p (0.5 to 70 Hz)|
|Differential input impedance||10 GOhm parallel to 35 pF|
|Voltage measurement accuracy||± 2 %*|
|Measurable transition impedance||0 - 50 kOhm|
|Power supply||High capacity battery|
|Uninterrupted operation||40 hours|
|Wireless operation||20 hours|
|Dimensions (W x H x L)||90 mm (3,5’) x 47 mm (1,85’) x 140 mm (5,5’)|
* for EEG and ExG channels