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Muscle Data Acquisition Hardware & Software

Complete Systems

600A: Real-Time Muscle Data Acquisition and Analysis System

600A: Real-Time Muscle Data Acquisition and Analysis System

A precision, real-time controller and data acquisition system for Aurora Scientific apparatus and measurement devices

605A: Dynamic Muscle Data Acquisition and Analysis System

605A: Dynamic Muscle Data Acquisition and Analysis System

Integrated, Windows based, powerful and complete data acquisition and analysis system handling the entire data collection, control and analysis of muscle contractile experiments

Hardware

604A: Data Acquisition Signal Interface

The 604A Analog-to-Digital Interface was designed to enable physiology researchers to easily interface a Dual-Mode muscle lever, force transducer, high-speed length controller and stimulator to a National Instruments PC-based A/D card. The 604A Interface consists of a 1U (1.75”) high, 19” wide, rack-mount case with BNC connectors on the front and a ribbon cable connector on the back. 604B and 604D models accommodate four or two setups (respectively), while the 604B also provides integrated stimulator control.

Software

615A: Dynamic Muscle Control and Analysis Software

Dynamic Muscle Control and Analysis Software Suite handles experimental control, data collection and data analysis for muscle contractile experiments

650A: Real-Time Muscle Data Acquisition and Analysis Software

650A: Real-Time Muscle Data Acquisition and Analysis Software

Precise, custom software designed for real-time data acquisition, instrument control and data analysis with unique, integrative features. Includes force and SL control capability

901D: High-Speed Video Sarcomere Length

A simple, turn-key system for measuring sarcomere spacing in isolated muscle preparations.

Content for the Muscle Physiologist

  • MRHC Student Interviews

Excellence, Innovation, and Collaboration: Student Research at the MHRC

November 18th, 2022|Cardiovascular, Interviews, Muscle Physiology, News, Videos|

This past April, we partnered with InsideScientific and the Muscle Health Research Centre (MHRC) at York University, a one-of-a-kind facility that fosters an interdisciplinary approach to the study of muscle physiology. We had the privilege of interviewing a number of faculty and students to highlight their research, as well as the opportunities provided to them by the MHRC.

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