The Q-wiz amplifier can do 1-4 channels of EEG, nIR or pIR HEG, Slow Cortical Potentials, and several other peripheral modalities. Link or un-link references with a push of a button—no more jumpers. It includes a signal quality indicator.
The Q-wiz can be used with standard electrodes or the Electro-Cap. Its brain-trainer Whole-Brain Assessment feature reads from the cap in sequence the 5 sets of 4 channels used in the TQ7 Trainer’s Q. You will be able to do a complete Assessment in less than 30 minutes. Qwiz also can be used to train multiple protocols in sequence.
Q-wiz Specs and Features
3″ x 4.5 x 1 (8 cm x 12 x 2.5)
Rubber grip case
24 bit resolution
32,128,256, 512 sps
2 meter USB cable included.
Can be used 2 channel with tablet, 4 channel requires PC.
Requires BioExplorer or BioEra software.
4 channels total from these interfaces:
•DIN: EEG, slow cortical potential,ECG,EMG
•pIR: pIR, HRV (pulse oximetry),skin temperature
•nIR: nIR, nasal dominance
4 channels EEG from Electro-Cap interface, can be used concurrently.
Button press links/unlinks the reference electrodes. No jumpers needed.
DC (< .2 HZ) filtered out with button press, or in to train DC.
•Preset cycling through the five 4 channel combos of TQ Assessment.
•Or program your own sequence.
HEG automatically baselined to 100. Can use same design for pIR/nIR.
12 LED indicator lights.
•Good LED indicates good or bad signal, EEG and nIR.
Warranty: Six months from date of purchase
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We declare that this product (Wiz amplifiers from Pocket Neurobics) is intended for psychological training, education and scientific research and is not a medical device.
I have been using HEG LIFE with the familiar PN procrastinating what I feared would be a temperamental setup with Q-Wiz. Well, that was misplaced anxiety as the setup is a snap, plug & play, nothing to it.
Moreover, Q-Wiz works great, and seems much more responsive and user-friendly on every level than the pendant. I have not used it enough to be certain, but it seems to get much steeper climbs than the pendant. The entire experience seems richer.
RYan (verified owner) –
A few years ago I did neurofeedback training to some success, I had to cut the sessions short because I couldn’t afford it any more. I had one session that went awry and I went into a psychotic state for 24 hours.
Fast forward, I just bought the q-wiz, and I am trying to understand everything but Brain-Trainer.com will not provide support unless you pay 375$ for “Supervision” or 100$ for a one hour consultation.
This is dangerous to sell a product like this with no tangible instructions. They have you tube videos but they use a ton of terminology that you are expected to know which makes learning a bit more confusing.
To me this is immoral, as they are disregarding safety for profit.
We offer consultation and mentoring to help users new to brain-training, though you did not take advantage of it. Our email support to you has been free of charge. We are sorry you did not find it enough and we have accepted your return for a refund.
We are pleased to note that most users have found our support to be generous and invaluable in helping them to make changes in their lives.
Neil Schulenburg –
I think that Karen and Deborah are the best of the best. I served as Senior Vice President and CIO for a major heath care company before I went clinical. I’ve seen the challenges of bringing new software to a demanding user community. They are the very best at what they do. I would like to suggest that, when the time is right, employ a talented procedures analyst to make sure that when specialized industry specific terms are used in any of our text, they are presented along with in-line (clickable) explanations for those new to the field. A skilled analyst could map out a very good lesson manual that would outline which videos to watch and which library article to read in a sequence that makes the most sense to a new trainer. The information that we have is a God send. No one I know offers this level of information. As a new user, I did find it a bit overwhelming as I pulled together information from various places in the system. Overall we have the best support system and set of libraries in the business. Thank you to Karen, Deborah and Pete (Pete to a lesser extent) [just kidding!!!] You all are wonderful to work with and I’m proud to be a trainee under your guidance. I’m sure that there are more great people in the organization that I have not met yet. Certainly looking forward to it. Neil Schulenburg Ph.D., LPC