EquipmentNanoLogger 2, 4 or 8 channels

Gaeltec ambulatory recorders provide many different software/hardware combinations meeting the requirements of a variety of clinical environments

The ambulatory recorders can be upgraded and expanded to meet your changing requirements.


The NanoLogger is available as a 2, 4 or 8 channel device.

Ambulatory studies are performed in many different research and clinical disciplines. These are becoming more popular due to the quality of the information they provide.

Gaeltec ambulatory recorders provide many different software/hardware combinations meeting the requirements of a variety of clinical environments, e.g. gastroenterology, urology, oesophageal manometry and anorectal manometry. The ambulatory recorders can be upgraded and expanded to meet your changing requirements.

Wherever possible we will customise the recorders to your precise needs. Many users have discovered that our ambulatory recorders can also be an economical alternative to large static systems.

Technical details:

Power:

One AA Alkaline cell. Remaining capacity can be viewed on host computer

Current consumption:

70mA maximum.

Real Time Clock:

Independent of recorder battery

Sampling rate:

10Hz

Memory:

1GByte

Inputs:

Pressure, pH, Urine Loss, Flow

Connection to PC:

Optically isolated USB serial lead. Data download via either external or internal SD/MMC Card reader

Software:

Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 32 bit, Windows 7 64 bit. Fast zoom and analysis on replay. Real-time display

Recorder size:

72 x 55 x 18mm

Recorder weight:

85gm with battery

Host computer requirements:

Pentium 133 or faster CPU
Microsoft Windows 98/XP/Vista/7
USB port(s)

Accessories included:

Patient isolated USB serial lead, Windows XP/Vista/7 recording and playback software, one 1Gbyte MultiMediaCard, carrying case and USB MultiMediaCard reader

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