Open Stim - Arduino-based Electrical Stimulator for Electrophysiology Experiments

Laboratory of Neuroengineering and Neuroscience (LINNce) mail

OSHWA UID

BR000007 Project Website

Certification Date

July 02, 2021

Country

Brazil

Open Stim is an electrical stimulator for experimental electrophysiology in neuroscience and cardiovascular and muscular physiology. The design consists of an output stage to deliver electrical pulses of constant current, assembled as a shield to be coupled with Arduino boards. In this version, user can set pulse frequency, pulse width, number and polarity of phases, and current amplitude, inserted by means of a touch screen (Nextion) and knobs for current selection.

Version

1.0

Licenses
Hardware
CERN
Software
MIT
Documentation
CC BY-SA
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Project Type
Science
3D Printing
Education
Electronics
Keywords
Electrical stimulation, Arduino, electrophysiology, fixed current, neuroscience, experimental neurology, neuroengineering

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