open-source electrophysiology

Pulse Pal was developed by Josh Sanders at Cold Spring Harbor. It's an open-source device that generates precise sequences of voltage pulses. It was developed in a research setting, primarily to control stimuli in neurophysiology and behavioral research. Pulse Pal offers a set of features that improve upon and complement commercial stimulators (i.e. Master8, PSG-2, Pulsemaster, MultiStim). As an open source device, Pulse Pal provides a unique combination of technical flexibility and affordability for precise stimulus control.

To learn more about Pulse Pal, please visit the Sanworks website.