– Ambulatory EEG and Sleep Recorder
Trackit™ has been designed at the outset with both Ambulatory EEG and Sleep applications in mind. Its small and compact footprint, when coupled with the paediatric backpack, makes the Trackit™ ideal for EEG recording applications in children and adults.
Trackit™ is available in 4 major configurations:
|Trackit™ 24||for applications in Ambulatory EEG
(24 unipolar + 4 AUX DC)
|Trackit™ 32||for applications in Ambulatory EEG
(32 unipolar+ 4 AUX DC)
|Trackit™ 24P||for applications in Ambulatory EEG and sleep
(20 unipolar+ 4 unipolar/Poly + 4 AUX DC)
|Trackit™ 18/8||for applications in Ambulatory EEG and sleep
(18 unipolar+ 8 unipolar/Poly + 4 AUX DC)
All the models above are available with an internal wireless module as an alternative to a cabled PC connection for setup and monitoring of waveforms.
Built in Sensors
- Built in Airflow sensor: Pressure type, 0.03Hz – 130Hz, ±4.6cm H2O gauge (±4.4mb or ±0.066psi) ±25%
- Built in Body Position sensor: prone = 0.6V, left = 0.2V, right = 0.8V, supine = 0.4V, sit-up = 0V
- Optional Built in Pulse Oximeter with Sa02, Pulse Wave and Heart rate
- Optional built in Wireless Bluetooth module – Trackit™ Blue (class 1) for wireless monitoring and recording from the Host PC
- Thoracic Respiratory Effort Belt input: type 249 Keyhole bi-pin socket
- Abdominal Respiratory Effort belt input: type 249 Keyhole bi-pin socket
- Periodic Limb movement input: type 249 Keyhole bi-pin socket
- 4 unipolar EEG inputs (AC): 1.5mm Touchproof
- 3 Bipolar Polygraphy Inputs (AC/DC): 1.5mm Touchproof
Trackit™ Sleep Click-On
The Trackit™ Sleep Click-on is a dedicated Sleep add-on for all Trackit recorders. The Sleep Clickon incorporates the following built-in fixed transducer inputs:
- Airflow input for respiration/snore
- Thoracic effort belt input
- Abdominal effort belt input
- Periodic Limb Movement input
- Oximeter Sensor input (for internal Nonin module)
- 3.5mm hi level DC input for a Protech 1664 body position sensor.
Flexible recording inputs
With 4 high level DC, 8 bipolar DC polygraphy, and 24 mono-polar EEG ensures that a wide range of monitoring requirements can be addressed. A built in or leaded connector block can be used depending on the…
Data and recording flexibility
Trackit’s unique architecture allows the system to be configured either as an ambulatory recorder with local storage, a headbox with cable or wireless communication to a host computer (Trackit™ Plus software). Trackit also allows a dual recording capability when doing host PC recordings – the EEG data will always be backed up on the Trackits internal flash memory
Trackit™ Blue wireless EEG
Monitor and acquire EEG on the Host PC using the unique Trackit™ Blue (Bluetooth class 1) internal wireless module. Automatically switches to Ambulatory mode when out of range. Dual PC and Trackit recording is also allowed.
Robust and tamper proof
The use of a strong metal box, a lockable battery bay and the use of plug-in batteries means that long recordings can be made with more confidence.
A wide range of sampling rates
Sampling rates from 1 – 256Hz with independent sampling on selected channels (Poly and AUX only) ensures application flexibility, especially when monitoring patients with sleep disorders. 512Hz sampling is available on certain channels for sleep applications (EMG).
The use of a metal box and high quality amplifier components means that Trackit™ is perfectly at home in the harshest of recording environments.
A safe recording medium
The use of Compact Flash disks ensures complete data integrity for long recordings. Compact Flash disks are more reliable than hard disks; they consume less power, resulting in longer recording times. Compact Flash is a future proof technology – a safe investment.
Removable battery compartment
A removable battery compartment ensures fast and simple removal and replacement of batteries. Select from either disposable or rechargeable batteries.
Trackit™ has been designed at the outset as a 24-hour recorder with the maximum number of EEG channels selected at EEG sampling rates <256Hz. 96 hour recordings are possible using 3 Li batteries and a 4GB compact flash card (21ch).
A completely open data format
Trackit™ stores and transmits data in European Data Format (EDF). As a consequence, data generated by Trackit™ is compatible with any commercially available EDF file, including the most popular EEG and Sleep analysis software on the market today.
Ease of operation and set-up
Trackit™ has been designed at the outset with ease of operation and set-up in mind. A simple user interface with LCD display allows parameters such as time, battery and disk life to be monitored by the technician or patient. A Microsoft Windows set-up program allows recording parameters to be configured and loaded onto the device and recordings to be made while connected to the host computer.
Easy annotation of patient events
An event button is available for the patient to time stamp points of interest during the recording, allowing faster data reduction and review by the physician.
A built in impedance check and calibration means that no extra hardware is needed when setting up the device. It is also possible to interrogate impedance values from the device during a recording.