R&D Kit (16-channel) — Cyton, Daisy, & Accessories

Current Stock: 18

$ 999.99

Product Overview:

This all-in-one, comprehensive kit contains everything you need to get up and running with a 16-channel, OpenBCI biosensing suite.

The OpenBCI 32bit Board and OpenBCI Daisy Module (which plugs into the OpenBCI 32bit Board) can be used to sample brain activity (EEG), muscle activity (EMG), and heart activity (EKG). The system communicates wirelessly to a computer via the OpenBCI programmable USB dongle, which is based on the RFDuino radio module. It can also communicate wirelessly to any mobile device or tablet compatible with Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE).

If you are only interested in using the OpenBCI system for research and don’t care about the hardware, don’t fret! The board and dongle come pre-loaded with the latest firmware, making OpenBCI accessible to researchers and developers with little to no hardware experience. OpenBCI boards have a growing list of data output formats, making them compatible with an expanding collection of existing biofeedback applications and tools. 

This kit does not come with EEG conductive paste. We recommend using industry-standard EEG electrode paste to adhere the electrodes to the scalp and body. Some EEG paste options include:

    •    Ten20 Paste EEG Conductive Paste
    •    ELEFIX Conductive EEG Paste

For more detailed information on how to get started with the OpenBCI 32bit Board, go to the Learning page of our website. 

This kit includes:

    •    (x1) OpenBCI 32bit Board
    •    (x1) OpenBCI Daisy Module
    •    (x1) OpenBCI programmable dongle (for bluetooth communication)
    •    (x2) Header pin to touch proof electrode adapter
    •    (x20) passive, gold cup electrodes (on color-coded ribbon cables)
    •    (x1) 6V AA battery pack (batteries not included)
    •    (x4) plastic feet (for board stabilization)

Technical Specifications:

OpenBCI 32bit Board:

    •    8 differential, high gain, low noise input channels
    •    Compatible with active and passive electrodes
    •    Texas Instruments ADS1299 ADC (link to datasheet)
    •    PIC32MX250F128B microcontroller w/chipKIT™ bootloader (50MHz)
    •    RFduino™ Low Power Bluetooth™ radio
    •    24-bit channel data resolution
    •    Programmable gain: 1, 2, 4, 6, 8, 12, 24
    •    3.3V digital operating voltage
    •    +/-2.5V analog operating voltage
    •    ~3.3-6V input voltage
    •    LIS3DH accelerometer (link to datasheet)
    •    Micro SD card slot
    •    5 GPIO pins

OpenBCI Daisy Module:

    •    8 (additional) differential, high gain, low noise input channels
    •    Compatible with active and passive electrodes
    •    Texas Instruments ADS1299 ADC (link to datasheet)
    •    24-bit channel data resolution
    •    Programmable gain: 1, 2, 4, 6, 8, 12, 24
    •    3.3V digital operating voltage 
    •    +/-2.5V analog operating voltage
    •    Powered by OpenBCI board

OpenBCI Dongle:

    •    RFD22301 radio module from RFdigital™
    •    FT231X USB-to-serial converter from FTDI
    •    Can upload code to the OpenBCI board or the dongle
    •    Fully broken out and pin-compatible w/ RFduino form factor

OpenBCI Electrode Cable:

    •    10 passive, gold cup electrodes
    •    26 gauge stranded wire
    •    1-meter, color-coded cable
    •    Single female header termination per cable
    •    Insulation = PVC rated to 80*C
    •    Overall OD = 1.45mm/0.057”

Disclaimer

The 16-channel Board is not a medical device nor is it intended for medical diagnosis and provided to you "as is," and we make no express or implied warranties whatsoever with respect to its functionality, operability, or use, including, without limitation, any implied warranties, fitness for a particular purpose, or infringement. We expressly disclaim any liability whatsoever for any direct, indirect, consequential, incidental or special damages, including, without limitation, lost revenues, lost profits, losses resulting from business interruption or loss of data, regardless of the form of action or legal theory under which the liability may be asserted, even if advised of the possibility of such damages.

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