Personalize Your Experiment
Featuring powerful hardware for stimulation and processing, the Ripple Neuromed Nomad system is ideal for translational research. Portability, durability, and flexibility allow you to use the Nomad in any environment and make your truly novel research a reality. Weighing only 700 grams, the system can be worn like a medical device and operate independently without cables.
Take complete control of your system at even the lowest levels with our easy to use API. Onboard processing allows for dynamic operation, while concurrent stimulation and recording on every channel supports closed-loop experiments for everything from spinal cord stimulation, deep brain stimulation, seizure disruption, BCI, and applications that have yet to be imagined. A bevy of inputs and outputs allow for interfacing with external sensors and devices, or external systems.
With the full capabilities of a bench top system, the Nomad supports your research from the earliest stages of investigation all the way through clinical implementation.
- Synchronized device control – Easily synchronize analog and digital inputs and outputs with neural data.
- Flexibility – Dedicated front ends for a multitude of recording and stimulation modalities, the Nomad processor can be configured to optimally suit a wide variety of experiments.
- Real-time processing and control – Control and program experimental configurations, custom stimulation paradigms, and unique triggers in real-time with our comprehensive MATLAB and Python APIs.
- Wearable – Easily worn on a belt or in a backpack, the Nomad provides a completely wearable solution with wireless communication, an integrated battery, and on-board data storage.
Work with our expert sales team to configure these systems to provide the exact tool you need for your research
Researchers are able to study novel feedback
applications, and the control of external
devices using neural activity.
Active Front Ends
Neuromed’s unique active Front End design results in unparalleled signal fidelity – a key requirement for many single trial BCI applications.
Real-time, closed-loop control
Well documented MATLAB and Python APIs for real-time feedback and control. Custom stimulation paradigms can be programmed and initiated with unique and varied triggers.
At merely 700 grams, the Quest provides a light weight and portable form factor, only enhanced by internal battery and Wifi capabilities. The Quest can be belt worn or placed in a backpack for optimal experimental freedom.