The Power1401-3A is CED's latest high-performance data acquisition interface. It uses advanced processor technology to give you all the power and flexibility you need in a state-of-the-art laboratory interface.
Also see: How to choose between a Micro1401 and a Power1401
Fast data acquisition and analysis
The Power1401 records waveform data, digital (event) and marker information, and can generate waveform and digital outputs simultaneously for real-time, multi-tasking experiment control.
The Power1401 has a 1 GHz Marvell processor (essentially an ARM V5TE core) and up to 2GB of on-board memory, to facilitate high speed data capture, independent waveform sample rates and complex on-line analysis, freeing valuable time for the host computer to perform other tasks, such as data manipulation and further analysis.
- 16 channels of 16-bit waveform input on base unit
- 1 GB memory expandable to 2 GB
- Dynamically programmable amplifier option
- Software-selectable ±5 V or ±10 V input and output ranges
- Synchronisation with other CED 1401s for large numbers of channels, all accurately timed
- USB 2.0 high-speed connection
- Firmware upgrades via CED website
CED application software
CED software packages, such as Spike2 and Signal, customise the system for use in a wide range of research applications, including:
- Single and multi-unit spike processing
- Dynamic clamping
- ECG, EEG, EMG & EOG
- Evoked response, TMS and rTMS
- In vivo and in vitro studies
- Gastro-intestinal studies
- Cardiovascular studies
- Tremor analysis
- Sports physiology - and more
Dynamic clamping in action
Expandable for advanced applications
The modular design of the Power1401 enables users to upgrade their systems to benefit from new technology with expansion modules for specialist signal processing.
Power1401 expansion units
If you need more inputs and outputs than are provided on the front panel, there are expansion connectors on the rear panel, on Cannon connectors.
If these are not convenient, we offer break out boxes (2805 break-out box and 2805-16 BNC patch panel), which both plug into these connectors and provide BNC connectors, or a full 19" rack mount panel with BNCs, the 2805-16.
16 channels of 16-bit waveform input, software switchable ±5 V or ±10 V
Up to 48 waveform inputs via expansion units 4001-3, 2701-5 or 2701-9
Max sampling rate: 1 MHz multi-channel, up to 3 MHz single channel
System accuracy and noise: 0.05 % of full scale ±1.5 bit
Optional programmable gain ×1, ×2, ×5, ×10
4 waveform output channels, 16-bit, software switchable ±5 V or ±10 V
Up to 8 waveform output channels via 2701-5 top box
16 digital inputs, 8 with change-of-state detection to µs accuracy
16 digital outputs with handshake lines for byte input and output
Clocks and Events
5 programmable clocks with 100 ns resolution more details
BNC socket for clock inputs and event (clock start) connections
Processor and memory
32-bit Marvell MV78100 processor
1 GB of read-write memory, expandable to 2 GB
Case and power supply
Size: 428 × 48 × 230mm (16.85 × 1.89 × 9.0 inch) (W × H × D)
Rack mount for standard 19 inch laboratory racks
Fan cooling for enhanced reliability
12 Volt DC power option for mobile, trolley or remote applications
External 110-240V 50-60 Hz auto-sensing power supply, 30 W approx.
Synchronize (time lock) multiple Micro1401s and Power1401s
Software compatible with CED Power1401, 1401plus and Micro1401 at application level.
Drivers for 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, 8, 10, including Intel Macintosh running Windows.
We recommend that the PC has 2GB minimum of RAM.
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