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HARDWARE INCLUDE: * EPOC NEUROHEADSET * EPOC USB RECEIVER CONSUMER MODEL * FELT SENSORS * RUBBER COMFORT PADS (2 PACK)
Specification Emotive EPOC: * 14 saline sensors offer optimal positioning for accurate spatial resolution * Gyroscope generates optimal positional information for cursor and camera controls * Hi-performance wireless gives users total range of motion * Dongle is USB compatible and requires no custom drivers * Lithium Battery provides 12 hours of continuous use Number of channels | 14 (plus CMS/DRL references) | Channel names (Int. 10-20 locations) | AF3, AF4, F3, F4, F7, F8, FC5, FC6, P3 (CMS), P4 (DRL), P7, P8, T7, T8, O1, O2 | Sampling method | Sequential sampling, Single ADC | Sampling rate | ~128Hz (2048Hz internal) | Resolution | 16 bits (14 bits effective) 1 LSB = 0.51μV | Bandwidth | 0.2 - 45Hz, digital notch filters at 50Hz and 60Hz | Dynamic range (input referred) | 256mVpp | Coupling mode | AC coupled | Connectivity | Proprietary wireless, 2.4GHz band | Battery type | Li-poly | Battery life (typical) | 12 hrs | Impedence measurement | Contact quality using patented system |
The USB port included on the headset is strictly for charging use. Attempting to extend battery life by connecting power to the device while on will cause the device to enter standby mode. While charging, the charging LED will be RED. After the headset has fully charged the charging led will turn GREEN.
The EPOC electrodes are modular allowing for easy replacement for alternative or replacement sensor modules. While the device is set to initially start