Dual Flexible Sensor

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Overview of Dual Flexible Sensor

The dual sensor optical probe, utilized for measurements on the forehead, has been developed for measurements that require the simultaneous data acquisition on both frontal lobes of the brain (for instance, sleep apnea, ADHD). The sensor is made of soft and flexible polyurethane and accounts for forehead curvature effects, as well as sampling through the skull into the brain (effective source-detector separation range). The sensor may be attached on the forehead by means of a medical adhesive in a symmetrical configuration, so each sensor acquires data simultaneously, from the right and the left frontal lobes of the brain respectively.

Compatible with OxiplexTS, and OxiplexTS200.

Key Characteristics of Dual Flexible Sensor

  • Flexible rubber molded construction
  • Four emitter-detector distances
  • Standard emitter-detector distance; 2.5, 3.0, 3.5, 4.0 cm
  • Standard fiber length 2.5 m (up to 10 m fibers available)

Key Features of Dual Flexible Sensor

  • Low Profile, Very flexible and Comfortable
  • Many choices concerning emitter distances and number of emitter positions
  • Side entry fibers allow for maximum flexibility of the scanner
  • Inline detector/emitter geometry maximizes overlap of sample tissue
  • Allows measurements on curved surfaces

Example Configuration for Dual Flexible Sensor

Schematic of Dual Flexible Sensor