Electroencephalogram (EEG) pen recorder, Chicago, United States, 1958

Made:
1958 in Chicago
maker:
Offner Electronics Incorporated

Printer unit for Type T Dynograph portable 8 channel EEG pen recorder manufactured by Offner in 1958 and used at the Burden Neurological Institute. The instrument employs direct coupled amplifiers enabling recording of steady potentials and transients. 8 double ganged 24 way switches enable any two of 24 electrodes to be connected to each of the 8 channels.

Details

Category:
Psychology, Psychiatry & Anthropometry
Object Number:
2001-181/2
Materials:
metal, plastic
type:
eeg pen recorder
status:
Permanent collection

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