EEG Linked Ear Cable

EEG Linked Ear Cable


The EEG Linked Ear Cable has been developed for the NeXus-4 and NeXus-10 to measure EEG linked ear referenced.

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Linked ear is a very common way to do EEG in and is used in most of the QEEG databases, like Neuroguide. To make proper use of such databases you can use the linked ear cable. By using one or two linked ear cables, you'll be able to do 4 channels linked ear reference (maximum of 2 channels in NeXus-4).

Set-up: the cable is used as an adaptor cable and is placed between a NeXus EXG Sensor and a NeXus system. Connect the cable to the A&B or C&D input of the NeXus system. The EXG Sensor (TP) in its turn connects to the linked ear cable. If you would like to do 4 channels of linked ear, connect another linked ear cable to the C&D input of the NeXus and connect the two linked ear cables to each other.

This cable is only for NeXus-4 and NeXus-10. The NeXus-32 does not require this cable since you can choose between different montages like the linked ear montage/reference.