Made in: Austria
The g.STIMbox is used to generate and record trigger signals. Arbitrary paradigms can be programmed easily using the 16 digital outputs and are executed with high temporal precision. At the same time, trigger signals from external devices can be recorded using the 14 digital inputs of the device.
Therefore the g.STIMbox is an ideal extension for electrophysiological research systems which require additional digital input and output possibilities. The device provides versatile cinch connectors for 8 of the 16 outputs which can be used very conveniently, e.g. with LED’s for visual stimulation, to connect electrical stimulators or other devices triggered by 5V pulses. Compact devices like the g.SSVEPbox, which require several output/input channels, are connected using the SUB-D ports of the device.
The 14 digital inputs can be used to record signals from external devices. Here, again, 8 of the 14 digital inputs are implemented as cinch connectors. The g.STIMbox is connected to the recording computer via USB, offers synchronous and asynchronous operation modes, and comes with a C-Application Programming Interface (API), a MATLAB-API and a Simulink-block.
Highly accurate stimulation frequencies can be defined and are calculated on the g.STIMbox (e.g. 10 Hz for SSVEP stimulation). Therefore a highly precise SSVEP stimulation as used for BCI experiments can be realized.
For power supply you can use USB or an external power supply unit.