Fiber-optic & Electrical Rotary Joints

The electrical rotary joints have long been used for in vivo electrophysiology recordings. The arrival of optogenetics in neurosciences created the need of rotary joints allowing optical stimulations and electrophysiological recordings. This combination requires an opto-electrical hybridization in the connecting cables and the rotary joints.

The electrical rotary joints have long been used for in vivo electrophysiology recordings. The arrival of optogenetics in neurosciences created the need of rotary joints allowing optical stimulations and electrophysiological recordings. This combination requires an opto-electrical hybridization in the connecting cables and the rotary joints.

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Fiber-optic & Electrical Rotary Joints There are 3 products.

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    To facilitate in vivo experiments combining the light stimulation and electrophysiological recordings in optogenetics experiments, we have developed a passive low torque hybrid rotary joint with a number of electrical channels and one optical channel. 

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    The Assisted Fiber-optic & Electrical Rotary Joint is electrically driven as it senses and follows the tethered animal’s rotations. It detects the torsion of the optical cable during the animal movements and releases it with a very high sensitivity. 

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    This rotary joint is recommended for experiments that demand an extremely stable transmission (e.g. miniature fluorescence microscopy).

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