Single Channel EEG Test System - SEEG 100
- Performance tester for amplitude output at 1uV level
- Up to 9 individual channels with auto-select switches
- PhysioNet Database and special waveform single channel player for EDF/Text/Binary file playback
- Good shielding and grounding designs allow for higher accuracy
- Intuitive user interface with adjustable parameters to verify EEG device with higher confidence level
- IEC 60621-2-26 helper makes the test sequences easier than ever
SEEG 100 Overview
WhaleTeq’s Single Channel test system SEEG 100 is customized designed for tests defined in IEC-60601-2-26:2012.
This EEG test system is composed of a USB powered Test Unit incorporating microprocessor control, precision electronics and a network of output relays, together with PC software to make testing simple as clicking a few buttons. Waveform data is continuously streamed to the test unit, accessing the full power of PC processing to create anything from a simple rectangular pulse to complex EEG waveforms. A real-time graphic display lets the user see the waveforms being applied during the test and compare to the results in the equipment under test in the same time.
A real-time waveform player
SEEG 100 can also accept digital recordings and play as true analog signal waveforms without extra generator. Users can download and play EDF format waveforms from PhysioNet or load waveform files created in text or binary format.
Features provided can be seen on the following screen:
IEC 60601-2-26 Helper
- The perfect companion software add-on to enhance the function of your WhaleTeq SEEG 100
- Most up-to-date requirements from EEG required IEC International standards to ensure a complete compliance for testing your product
- Support EEG IEC standard IEC60601-2-26:2012 with detailed preset parameter settings and actual test sequences for your engineering needs
- Clear itemized layout eliminating the struggle to dig through hundreds of pages of standards
(Figure 1) Parameters automatically preset for each specific standard and clause
(Figure 2) Test Sequence to allow engineers to see the actual execution sequence while running the program