EEG Monitoring Device

  • Convenient for the Operator

    Easy to put on and adjust. Average prep time: 5 minutes. No wires. No glue. No clean up.

  • Comfortable for the Patient

    No residue, soft tip electrodes, soft support pads, gentle on the skin.

Innovation Highlights

ACTIVE ELECTRODE TECHNOLOGY10-20 POSITIONING
SOFT SUPPORT PADSNOISE SHEILDING
DYNAMIC NOISE CANCELLATIONHIGH RESOLUTION DIGITAL SIGNAL
FEELS LIKE A BIKE HELMETSPRING LOADED PLUNGER
HEAD SIZE ADJUSTMENT - BAND DIALS SOFT, FLEX ELECTRODES
Zeto Dry Electrode EEG Device Components
Zeto's EEG Monitoring Device Suitcase | Closed
Zeto's EEG Monitoring Device Suitcase | Open
Number of electrodes19
Reference electrodesA1/A2 or built-in choices
Channel Positions10-20 system compliant
Weight< 650g or 23oz
BatteryRechargeable Li-ion
Run time5-6 hours continuous
Bandwidth0.003 – 250Hz
Sampling Rate500Hz
Analog to Digital Converter24 bits
Common Mode Rejection Ratio> 120 dB
Input Impedance1 TΩ
Noise (1-50Hz)< 1μV RMS
Wireless ModeWiFi
Range10m (direct line of sight)
VideoMulti camera feed, HD video (USB, IP enabled)
ECGSingle Differential
Photic SensorWireless, Built-in
Accelerometer3 axis + Gyroscope
TriggersIR, TTL

Software User Application

All interactions are performed through the Zeto app or an HTML5 capable web browser such as Google Chrome

  • Montage Selection
  • Gain
  • Time Scale
  • Filter Setting
  • Contact Quality
  • Video
  • Web-based access
  • EEG Study manager
  • Video Review
  • Annotation features
  • Intuitive Navigation
  • Time-Frequency Analysis
  • Report Generator
  • Analytics
  • Automated software upgrades
Zeto Brain Wave Monitoring Device Cloud Platform
  • Montage Selection
  • Gain
  • Time Scale
  • Filter Setting
  • Contact Quality
  • Video

Video Tutorials

Setting up the headset demo

Software demo for recording EEG

Software demo for reading EEG

Woman wearing Zeto's EEG monitoring device

How does Zeto’s signal quality compare to that of traditional EEG?

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. When we were developing our EEG monitoring device, signal quality was one of our greatest concerns. The portable nature of the EEG headsets has amazing potential for patients and practitioners, but ultimately, it all depended on the quality of the results.

It turned out to be a much more challenging problem than initially expected, but Zeto 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 on 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. EEG’s perform a vital function, but the complicated nature of traditional systems means they’re not as accessible as they might 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.

Signal Quality