NeuroTracᵀᴹ® SIMPLEX




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NeuroTrac® SIMPLEX


  • Suitable for EMG muscle training or assessment.
  • Single Channel EMG unit
  • Optional multilingual computer database system
  • Structured protocols for consistency of user progress reports (software)
  • Measures EMG from 0.2μV to 2000μV Accurately
  • Produces and prints comprehensive  progress reports of work/rest averages, onset contraction and muscle release times, peak values, work/rest average deviations (with optional software)
  • Up to 10 meters of wireless connection for NeuroTrac Software
  • Ability to lock the unit
  • Records EMG statistics
  • User friendly
  • Compact, light and reliable
  • Easy to use optional software available
  • Low cost high quality and very accurate
Standard Accessories
Technical Specs


  • The package includes PC Software. Up to 10 m of wireless connection (Bluetooth).
  • Single Channel Digital EMG Unit.
  • Accurate Range: 0.2μV to 2000μV.
  • Sensitivity: 0.1μV RMS.
  • LEDs display EMG level clearly and easily.
  • LCD displays numerical EMG reading and work/rest countdown.
  • Selectable band pass filter to filter out heart rate.
  • Work / Rest periods: 2 to 99 seconds.
  • Number of Trials: 1-99
  • User friendly.

Battery: PP3 9V. Low battery indication at 7.4 volts +/- 0.2 volts, automatic shut off when voltage dropps below the low indication. Replace the batteries immediately! The device goes off automatically when not in use (energy saving): for example when in settings and no key pressed over 10 minute.

Expected average battery set life [of standard 800 mAh, alkaline]:40 hours

Environmental Conditions for use:
+5 to +40 degrees Centigrade. 15-93% Humidity.

Environmental conditions for storage & transport:
-25 to +70degrees Centigrade. 15-93% Humidity.

Physical Dimensions: Length 128 mm, Width 64 mm, Depth 28 mm

Weight: 0.1Kg (without batteries).


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