• News

    This is the News section - please choose from one of the News articles below.

    • New Hyper-Sampling ActiveTwo


      With a Hyper-Sampling Rate of 262,144 Hz!

      We're proud to announce the latest and only Hyper-Sampling EEG System with active electrodes! Equipped with 8 EX (external) inputs on the top and newest SAR (Successive-Approximation-Register) ADC technology this active EEG System can sample with an incredibly fast sampling rate of up to 262,144 Hz!

      Its main application is EEG/ABR on subjects with cochlear implants, as cochlear implants generate vast amounts of high frequency interference covering the EEG. When the high frequency interference is sampled accurately together with the EEG, the interference can be calculate out of the signal and the clean EEG will be recovered. Currently, the high frequency interference is smeared out to lower frequencies in the EEG bandwidth, and EEG cannot be recovered. No other EEG amplifier can measure such a signal with this accuracy (fast slew rate, minimal ringing)!

      Check out more information and technical specifications on the newest hyper-sampling ActiveTwo and contact us to receive a quote today!


      Browse Hyper-Sampling ActiveTwo

    • 10 Reasons to Use New Smart Amplifiers


      BIOPAC has new Smart Amplifiers for a range of different applications.

      BIOPAC Systems Inc. has just recently released their new compact Smart Amplifiers to the public and we are excited to have them in our ever-expanding BIOPAC repertoire.

      So here are 10 reasons why you and your team should consider looking into and consider getting your own Smart Amplifiers!


      1. Setup in three easy steps 

      I. Attach Smart Amp to subject & plug Smart Amg into AMI100D.

      II. AcqKnowledge detects Smart Amp and configures software.

      III. Start recording great data. Smart Amp reduces Signal noise.

      2. Premium signal quality

      Smart Amplifiers are engineered for low noise and voltage, resulting in the highest-quality data. Attaching the amps close to the signals origin yields superior clarity for all supported physiological signals (ECG, EMG, fEMG, RSP, EDA, PPG, ERS, EEG, EOG, EGG, SKT).

      3. Unparalleled comfort and ease of use

      Lightweight with a durable 3-meter cable easily attaches to subjects and tucks out of the way. Subjects hardly notice they are wearing them. 

      4. Compact technology 

      Smart Amplifiers are high-performance research tools with superior signal quality. The small footprint means more space in the lab and less weight on the subject. Plus, they make transporting to remote study locations very easy.

      5. Get the data you need

      Adding derived signals (such as Heart Rate and RR Interval for ECG) is as easy as checking a box in the simplified software interface.

      6. Advanced signal processing 

      Smart Amplifiers include sophisticated hardware and software filters for optimizing signals, rejecting interference, and eliminating unwanted artifact. 

      7. Wearable and comfortable 

      Smart Amplifiers clip easily to participant's clothing. For enhanced convenience and flexibility, use the available self-adhering straps. 

      8. Proven, time-tested software

      Use BIOPAC's industry-leading AcqKnowledge Research Software to control, visualize, and analyze data. 

      9. Shared components

      Smart Amplifiers use the same lightweight electrode leads and transducers as BIOPAC's acclaimed wireless BioNomadix System. This allows you to easily mix and match Smart Amplifiers with existing wireless modules. 

      10. BIOPAC is cited in over 32,00 citations and peer-reviewed scholarly publications

      Smart Amplifiers follow the model set by BIOPAC's traditional 100C amplifier modules preferred by countless researchers and life science professionals worldwide.  

      Get yours today


    • We just uploaded a new video to our YouTube channel!

      Check out this demonstration of the new DSI-VR300!

      This quick demonstration of the new DSI-VR300 is the first of many short demonstrations we have planned for our YouTube channel.



      If you enjoyed this quick demonstration let us know in the comment section of the video or on our social media. If you would like us to make videos on any other systems or software let us know! If you want to stay updated with our newest uploads subscribe to our YouTube channel!



    • Biopac's New Eye Tracking Bar is here!


      Robust Technology in a Small Package

      Biopac's brand new Eye Tracking Bar is now available on our website. Combined with AcqKnowledge this Eye Tracker proves to be a powerful tool that enables an easy and intuitive way to recordanalyze and visualize data.

      The Eye Tracker comes in a compact size. Smaller than your average keyboard this is a must-have tool for anyone wanting to implement eye tracking in their research.

      Get yours today

    • 20 Years BioSemi!


      Happy Birthday BioSemi!

      20 years ago, on September 1st, 1999 BioSemi was established as a university spin-off. They introduced the first commercially available electrophysiology measurement system to acquire EEG with active electrodes, battery-powered front-end and fiber optic data transfer to the signal processing computer.

      Two decades later we are happy to see that BioSemi has established itself in the scientific community as one of the market leaders in their field. 

      To celebrate this success, together with BioSemi we are offering a full spare electrode set on every Base system ordered between September 1 and the end of 2019.

      20 Years BioSemi Discount:
      - 1 free electrode set on a 32 channel ActiveTwo system
      - 2 free electrode sets on a 64 channel ActiveTwo system
      - 4 free electrode sets on a 128 channel ActiveTwo system
      - 8 free electrode sets on a 256 channel ActiveTwo system

  • Events

    This is the Event section - please choose from one of the Event articles below.

    • ACNS 2019 only a couple of weeks away!

      We're back at the 9th ACNS and couldn't be more excited for the annual meeting (21st.-24th of November)!

      This year ACNS is going to Launceston. The University of Launceston is hosting the 9th annual ACNS and we are proud to announce that we are one of the sponsors & exhibitors!

      Come join us in beautiful Tasmania for 4 days filled with workshops and keynotes with guest speakers such as Professor Nici Wenderoth (ETH Zurich), Professor James Vickers (University of Tasmania) and Associate Professor Helen Zhou (Duke-NUS Singapore)!

      Thursday, November 21 – Sunday, November 24, 2019


      Register Here!


      About Launceston

      A walkable, intimate city, Launceston boasts elegant Colonial and Victorian architecture and century-old parks. Its vibrant food and coffee culture thrive with fabulous cafés, bars, and restaurants that produce innovative cuisine from locally sourced produce. Art and design take a front row seat in this charismatic city, as does the beauty of the stunning Cataract Gorge – a natural oasis in the middle of the city.

      The naturally beautiful city of Launceston is easy to navigate, with accommodation, the conference centre, and offsite venues all within close proximity. The conference menu will be enhanced with the fresh northern Tasmanian produce and internationally acclaimed cool-climate wines, ciders, and local ales. Everything you need to have an amazing Tasmanian experience is on Launceston’s doorstep with the Tamar Valley wine trail famed for its cool-climate wines, local farm fresh produce, history and wilderness.

      If you love the outdoors, some of the best mountain biking in the world and two of the world’s top public golf courses, Barnbougle Dunes and Lost Farm, await you. Slightly further afield are Cradle Mountain or the splendour of the east coast, Bay of Fires and Freycinet National Park.

      Get your tickets today!

      If we've been able to show you a glimpse of an interesting couple of days at ACNS 2019 as well as the beauty of Launceston and you want to sign up click this button!

      Register Here!

    • MEDICA 2019 is back this year!


      We're going back to Düsseldorf, join us this year!

      This year's MEDICA is focused on future topics and growth markets

      Starting on the 18th of November we're going to be in Düsseldorf, Germany for a full 4 days to experience everything MEDICA 2019 has to offer.

      Monday, November 18  - Thursday, November 21, 2019


      As always we are excited to attend the world's leading medical trade fair MEDICA 2019 in Düsseldorf.

      More than 5,000 exhibitors from 60 countries will be showcasing their products and services at MEDICA 2019. Clearly structured, with each market segment assigned its own exhibition hall, MEDICA covers the entire range of medical equipment needs in practices and hospitals. 

      If you are in Düsseldorf for MEDICA or COMPAMED and wish to meet us, get in touch with us via telephone on +41 41 371 07 04 or e-mail

    • ASP 2019 - Wollongong


      29th Annual Meeting of the Australasian Society for Psychophysiology

      2019 marks the 29th meeting of the Australasian Society for Psychophysiology and this year the University of Wollongong will be hosting the event at the Communications Centre in Wollongong. We're excited to again be sponsoring the conference and wish all attendees a great conference!

      Communications Centre Wollongong

      Monday, 25 - Wednesday, 27 November 2019


    • BPA 2019 Conference


      This year's BPA conference will be held in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

      We are honored to announce that we are one of this year's sponsors for the 9th annual BPA conference and we couldn't be more excited for all the topics that will be covered from the 27th to the 29th of October in Melbourne.

      Sunday, October 27  - Tuesday, October 29, 2019

      This year there will be some really interesting topics covered this year so you should definitely attend this symposium.

      1. The vulnerable brain: How stress and sociality affect susceptibility to addictive behaviors
      2. Stress, reward, and control in eating disorders: Insights from rodent models and human imaging studies
      3. What is the way forward for biological psychiatry?