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Since the early 1970s, Konigsberg Instruments has developed a diverse mix of chronically implantable telemetry and sensor systems. They are designed to be permanently implanted within the body in order to facilitate many types of biometric monitoring and medical research.
These implant systems are the preferred way to measure biological signals free of catheter whip, motion artifact, or anesthesia on the research subject. These instruments offer the highest quality dynamic data in free roaming subjects obtainable from any chronically implantable measuring device. Their use virtually eliminates the deleterious effects of pain, stress and confinement on the experimental results.
Subjects may be colony or group housed, and the implants provide reliable signals in enclosures up to four meters3 in size.
The T33 series implant will transmit up to 6 channels of high-fidelity bioelectric signals. The encoder will transmit Six High Sample Rate Biopotential Channels and Temperature. Fewer channels may be used at customer request. An RF Wand is used to tuan the implants on and off when not in use. Each T33 implant is factory tuned to a discrete transmit frequency, and up to twenty transmitters may be used simultanously in the same area without interference.
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