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HK-ELVIS-N


The HK-ELVIS Human Physiology Teaching Kit for the National Instruments Educational Laboratory Virtual Instrumentation Suite (NI ELVIS) enables biomedical engineering instructors to teach the theory, design, and prototyping of circuits and signal conditioning circuits as well as 17 experiments and 46 exercises in human physiology. With this novel teaching kit, biomedical engineering instructors can::
  • safely amplify and digitize human EMG, ECG, EEG, and other biopotentials
  • control flexible gain and filter settings via NI LabView software to accommodate a wide range of signals and transducer applications
  • explore biomedical differential amplifier design and probe signal paths
  • Create experiments and study design of add-on circuits in a protoboard area
  • compatible with standard molded safety electrode leads and all NIsensors transducers
Circuit Design Students can create experiments and study design of add-on circuits in a protoboard area. Students have the ability to tap into the signal from any channel at any stage and take it to the breadboard area where a custom circuit can condition the signal. The conditioned signal can then be sent to one of the Probe input channels for further evaluation. Download the data sheet for more details.

 Lab Applications Laboratory exercises that can be performed using the HK-ELVIS kit include the following:

Cardiac Physiology :
Exercise Physiology :
Muscle Physiology :
Nerve Physiology :
Psychological Physiology :
Respiratory Physiology :
Tutorial:
Vascular Physiology :


Specifications

The HK-ELVIS Teaching Kit includes the iWorx Bioinstrumentation Breadboard, which provides 2 channels of biopotentials, 2 channels of transducer inputs, and a stimulator output.

Specifications
Analog Inputs: 8 channels
BioPotential: 2 channel (x100 preamp gain)
Selectable Gain: x1, x2, x5, x10
High Pass Filters (Hz): 0.5, 5, 10, 100
Low Pass Filters (Hz): 5, 50, 150, 2k
Transducer Inputs: 2 channels
Preamp. Gain: set by the transducer
Selectable Gain: x1, x2, x5, x10,
Probe Inputs: 4 channels
Stimulator 2 Channels














LabScribeNI: Data from the IX-ELVIS and the NI-ELVIS system can be acquired by using LabScribeNI software, LabView : The IX-ELVIS can be controlled from LabView using the IX-ELVIS Amplifier Configurator you can also use the NI LabVIEW Biomedical Toolkit  








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