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Broken stimulator or just flat batteries?

Broken stimulator or just flat batteries?


Keep Calm DigitimerKeep Checking your batteries!

In order to ensure our stimulators are suitable for demanding electrophysiological applications, Digitimer often makes use of batteries to provide a low noise, but high voltage power source.  Unfortunately, anyone familiar with our DS2A and DS3 stimulus isolators should … Read More

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DS3 Output Clamp – The Why, When and How


Capacitance build up is often associated with repetitive in vitro stimulation

When a high output impedance constant current stimulator is used to deliver a stimulus to a cell or tissue in vitro, the cell will retain some of that energy between stimuli and “charge-up”.  If this cell is repetitively stimulated at high frequency, this charge will not d… Read More