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Newronika tDCS HDCprog Programmer

$4,999.00

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tDCS HDCprog Programmer HDCprog is the healthcare professionals device for programming stimulation cycles & for monitoring results. It can be connected to any HDCstim once provided the required personal access code. The stimulation settings are stored in the HDCstim linked to the authorised prescriber. The HDCprog is an easy to use touchscreen LCD programmer that, when connected to HDCstim allows a clinician or researcher to set tDCS treatments or protocols for their patients or subjects. By using the HDCprog, it is possible to define an entire treatment or application by setting the number of stimulations (maximum 99), the intensity (up to 1.5mA per channel), the duration (maximum 20 min) and the minimum interval betwenn two consecutive simulations (max 1168 hours). 

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HDCstim

Newronika tDCS HDCprog Programmer

$4,999.00
tDCS HDCprog Programmer HDCprog is the healthcare professionals device for programming stimulation cycles & for monitoring results. It can be connected to any HDCstim once provided the required personal access code. The stimulation settings are stored in the HDCstim linked to the authorised prescriber. The HDCprog is an easy to use touchscreen LCD programmer that, when connected to HDCstim allows a clinician or researcher to set tDCS treatments or protocols for their patients or subjects. By using the HDCprog, it is possible to define an entire treatment or application by setting the number of stimulations (maximum 99), the intensity (up to 1.5mA per channel), the duration (maximum 20 min) and the minimum interval betwenn two consecutive simulations (max 1168 hours). 
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