Electrical Rotary Joints

Electrical Rotary Joints are used to transmit electrical signal from a moving sample to a fixed recording system (e.g. for in vivo electrophysiology experiments). Since it can be desirable to couple electrophysiological experiments with optogenetics stimulations, our Electrical Rotary Joints are designed with a central aperture (hollow bore) all...

Electrical Rotary Joints are used to transmit electrical signal from a moving sample to a fixed recording system (e.g. for in vivo electrophysiology experiments). Since it can be desirable to couple electrophysiological experiments with optogenetics stimulations, our Electrical Rotary Joints are designed with a central aperture (hollow bore) allowing the insertion (pass-through) of a fiber-optic patch cord. In this case, electrical and fiber-optic rotary joints (1x1 or 1x2) are used in tandem.

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    We have developed a passive Electrical Rotary Joint usable for electrophysiological experiments that can be combined with fiber-optic rotary joints (1x1 or 1x2) to bring light to and/or from the sample.

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    Doric Assisted Electrical Rotary Joint comes with 12 electrical contacts and a 6 mm inner diameter through hole to pass fiber-optic patch cords or fluid tubings. Compared to our passive Electrical Rotary Joint, the motor Assisted Electrical Rotary Joint is effectively frictionless, thus allowing its use with animals of small weight like mice.

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