|Number of electrodes
|A1/A2 or built-in choices
|10-20 system compliant
|< 650g or 23oz
|5-6 hours continuous
|0.003 – 250Hz
|Analog to Digital Converter
|Common Mode Rejection Ratio
|> 120 dB
|< 1μV RMS
|10m (direct line of sight)
|Multi camera feed, HD video (USB, IP enabled)
|3 axis + Gyroscope
All interactions for the Zeto portable EEG device are performed through the Zeto app or an HTML5 capable web browser such as Google Chrome
Zeto is obsessed with signal quality.
The convenience of portable EEG monitoring devices is unquestionable, but to be truly useful, they have to ensure quality results. That’s why when we were developing our EEG device, signal quality was one of our greatest concerns.
Quality aside, we knew that the portable nature of Zeto EEG headsets could provide amazing convenience and potential for both patients and practitioners. But we also knew that without quality of results, all of that would be to no purpose. After all, what good is a comfortable and portable EEG device if it doesn’t work well?
Ensuring the kind of quality we knew our device needed to deliver turned out to be a much more challenging problem than initially expected, but we solved it through a combination of proprietary electrode materials and innovative electrical techniques.
The Active Electrode Technology (AET) and Dynamic Noise Cancellation (DNC) ensure that the bio-potential is precisely transmitted, the AET pre-amplifies and conditions the signal at the source, and the DNC removes noise in real time.
Zeto performed 3 clinical studies across 50 subjects that showed signal quality is on par with FDA-cleared traditional EEG systems. The studies involved simultaneous recordings of subjects with Zeto EEG (zEEG) and Clinical EEG (cEEG) electrodes placed about 1-2 cm from each other. For sample results, see below.
This is great news for the healthcare industry, practitioners, and patients. EEGs perform a vital function, but the complicated nature of traditional systems means they’re not as accessible as they could be. With portable EEG monitoring devices offering similar signal strength to traditional devices, this could transform the way we perform EEGs, with tangible results.
If you’d like to know more about Zeto’s signal quality, we’re happy to answer any questions.
To experience the Zeto system for yourself, visit us at conferences, or to schedule an online demo, contact a sales representative here.