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Initial report by [[~Younghyun | Younghyun Chung]], 14th February 2007

[[http://www.draeger-medical.com/MT/internet/EN/us/prodserv/products/monitoring/pods_modules/pod_eeg/pd_infeeg.jsp | The Infinity® EEG Pod]] captures EEG([[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electroencephalography | Electroencephalography]]) data, processes it, and makes it available to monitor.

!!Applications

EEG data provider of critical information for clinical decision making. Meditation game for two players.


!!Electrical Characteristics
[[http://www.draeger-medical.com/MT/internet/pdf/CareAreas/InfoMoni/mon_inf_eeg_pod_datasheet_en.pdf | Datasheet]]

!!!!Measuring Capabilities - EEG

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||4 channels||.||
||Sweep speeds||6.125, 12.5, 25, 50 mm/sec ||
||EEG input signal range||± 1.0 mV ||
||EEG bandwidth||Low filter: 0.5 Hz (default) or 1.0 Hz ||
|| ||High filter: 15 Hz, 30 Hz (default) or Off ||
|| ||Notch filter: On (default) or Off ||
||DC offset ||+/- 200 mV DC ||
||Baseline recovery time ||≤ 5 sec ||
||Digital notch filter ||50/60 Hz ||
||Input impedance ||> 100 MΩ @ 10 Hz ||
||CMRR ||100 dB @ 50/60 Hz referenced to floating ground, balanced electrode impedance||
||Input noise ||< 1 &#956;Vpp (0.5 – 30 Hz) ||
||Isolation ||CF type, (leakage less than 10 &#956;A) ||
||Sampling rate ||8000 samples per second ||
||A/D resolution ||16 bit ||
||Test pulse 100 ||&#956;V ||
||Electrode Impedance Measurement ||Test current: 0.034 &#956;A ||
|| ||Range: 0&#937; - 250 K/&#937; ||
|| ||Resolution: 1 K&#937; ||
||EEG scales ||5 – 500 &#956;V/div ||
||EEG lead labels ||None, Left, Right, Front, Back, Right Front, Right Back, Left Front, Left Back, or X-Y where X-Y is one of Fp, Fp1, Fp2, Fz, F3, F4, F7, F8, Cz, C3, C4, T7, T8, Pz, P3, P4, P7, P8, O, O1, O2 ||

!!!!Connections
Connection to monitor, fiber optic RS-232 interface, + and - input for each channel
and universal neutral. Referential mode block provides + input for each channel
and neutral.

!!Application Notes