Digitimer was in sunny San Diego last month for the annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience. It was another great opportunity to meet up with existing customers, distributors and new faces. This was Neuroscience’s 46th annual meeting, allowing neuroscientists to present emerging science and explore new equipment and technology, while meeting and trading knowledge with like-minded people from around the world.
With over 30,000 attendees from 80 countries this makes the SfN exhibition the largest market place for global neuroscience.
What better place to display the first working DS8R Computer Controlled Constant Current Simulator? While the DS8R certainly attracted a lot of attention, it is perfectly matched with new D188 Remote Electrode Selector, allowing you to deliver biphasic or monophasic, charged-balanced pulses, to up to 8 sets of electrodes (one set at a time). The DS8R can deliver pulses of up to 2ms duration and 0-1000mA (at up to 400V).
We also had plenty of well established favourites on the stand, including a mixture of clinical and research stimulators, our NeuroLog System, the Humbug Noise Eliminator and a range of perfusion and micro-incubation products from our partners.
The Society for Neuroscience annual meeting will be held in Washington DC next year between November 11-15th, we very much look forward to seeing some of you there.