Our vast product line allows you to assemble systems for miniaturized fluorescence microscopy, fiber pho-
tometry and optogenetically synchronized electrophysiology. In order to help you implement these applications, we created an intuitive software which allows you to control the hardware and acquire all the required data simultaneously.
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The free Doric Neuroscience Studio software incorporates different modules for each devices connected. The existing modules allow you to:
In addition to controlling the devices, the software contains freely available analysis modules that can be used to process data acquire from the different systems.
|Operating System||Microsoft Windows 7, 8, 10; 64-bit|
|Memory||4 GB RAM minimum, 8 GB RAM recommended|
|Processor speed||2 GHz & 4 cores minimum, 3 GHz & 8 cores recommended|
|Hard Drive||500 MB of free hard disk space|
Doric programmable LED Drivers are available in 1-, 2-, and 4-channel versions. When connected to a Connectorized LED having an eprom memory, the LED Driver recognizes the LED wavelength and automatically sets the maximum current value to avoid accidental overdriving.
This driver has been designed for the Basic Snap-in and the Optogenetically Synchronized Fluorescence Microscope Bodies.
The Laser Diode Module Driver available in 1, 2 and 4 channel models is controlled manually or by a computer via USB.
The Electrophysiology Console is a FPGA based component that control bilateral wireless communication between the computer and the Fi-Wi headstage.
This FPGA based data acquisition unit synchronizes the output control and the acquisition of the input data. This device seamlessly integrates with Doric Neuroscience Studio, which provides the user-interface for multi-channel photometry experiments.