Designed on the basis of pioneering research at the University of Tubingen in Germany1,2, our new Slow Cortical Potential System includes everything you need to incorporate SCP training into your practice. The SCP Suite uses Thought Technology’s ProComp5 or ProComp Infiniti, the EEG-Z3 & EEG-Z sensors, TT-A/V Sync, the highly accurate audiovisual time-synchronizing device. The new Slow Cortical Potential Neurofeedback System provides a simple way of integrating state-of-the-art SCP training clinically.
Complete System Includes:
T7525 - ProComp5 Infiniti Encoder - 5 Channel
BioGraph Infiniti Software
T9305Z - EEG-Z Sensors
T7680 - EEG-Z3 Sensors
T3425 - Unigels
T7670 - TT AV-Sync
ProComp5 Infiniti Encoder - 5 Channel
The ProComp5 Infiniti™ device is housed in an ergonomically-designed case and requires only a USB port to connect to your Windows desktop or laptop PC. It can also store data on a Compact Flash memory card, for uploading later to the PC, or use an optional long-range compact flash telemetry module to offer a wide range of recording options.
The two EEG Z sensors are specialised preamplifiers which come with integrated impedance checking functionality to help you record brainwaves with optimal quality. Using two sensors allows you to do bilateral EEG training protocols and start exploring connectivity metrics, such as coherence.
Unlike competitive equipment, all channels can be used with any combination of sensors, including EEG, EKG, RMS SEMG, Skin Conductance, heart rate, blood volume pulse, respiration, goniometry, force, Inclinometer, Torsiometer and Voltage Input.
BioGraph Infiniti Software
BioGraph Infiniti Software is the core of all our Biofeedback and Psychophysiology products. It provides a multimedia rich graphical experience, while capturing and analyzing raw data. It also includes all the features and functions required to run our specialized application Suites.
New Look & Feel
Version 6.0’s many enhancements will please many current and new users. BioGraph’s menus were reorganized to group functionality in logical sets. Many dialog boxes were simplified and the flow of a number of functional sequences (start session, review sessions, export data, etc) were streamlined to minimize mouse clicks and facilitate user decisions. A number of automatic default settings were implemented such as: Notch filter frequency, default temperature units and page size format. New easy screen resize function fits all monitors and is saved for the next session.
The SCP Suite is a complete training system for clinicians wanting to add the benefits of Slow Cortical Potentials training into their practice. By combining pioneering research & decades of clinical experience into one simple package, the SCP Suite brings all of the benefits of SCP training to you.
EEG-Z is a pre-amplified electroencephalograph sensor with built in impedance checking. Get the ultimate hook up every time with this sensor as it monitors skin impedance (both the reactive and resistive elements) and sensor connection.
EEG-Z3 is a pre-amplified electroencephalograph sensor with built in impedance checking and 3 modes of operation: regular EEG mode (2 Hz – 1 kHz), low frequency mode (0.01 Hz – 1 kHz) for evoked potentials and low frequency applications and DC mode (0 Hz – 1 kHz) for slow cortical potentials. Modes can be changed on-the-fly. Also includes DIN input connectors for use with standard EEG electrodes.
UniGel electrodes, pre gelled single electrodes, for sensitive placements on dry skin. It can be used in place of T3404 single strip electrodes (100pcs).
TT AV-Sync is a highly accurate time-synchronizing device for making measurements of audio and video events produced by a PC. AV Sync is used in evoked and slow cortical potential protocols, and reaction time testing to provide the ability to make measurements with millisecond accuracy.
1 Strehl, U. (2009). Slow cortical potentials neurofeedback. Journal of Neurotherapy, 13(2), 117-126.
2 Strehl et al. (2006) Self-regulation of slow cortical potentials: a new treatment for children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Pediatrics. 118(5):e1530-40.