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B-Alert X10 Wireless EEG System

B-Alert X10 EEG Headset System

10-Channel Wireless EEG Headset

The B-Alert X10 is the premiere solution for mobile EEG applications, delivering a balance of functionality and simplicity. The lightweight headset applies easily and remains comfortable for extended high-quality recordings in any home, lab, or operational setting. The 9-channel combination of mid-line and lateral EEG sites — plus the additional channel of ECG, EMG, or EOG data — allows for multiple analysis opportunities, as evidenced by numerous peer-reviewed publications.

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B-Alert X10 Software Options
B-Alert X10 Integration for Market Research
B-Alert X10 Integration w/ AcqKnowledge

  • 9 channels of high-quality EEG, plus 1 optional channel for ECG, EMG, or EOG (10 Channels @ 256Hz)
  • Comfortable and non-intrusive; sets up in about 10 minutes
  • Automated wireless impedance checks
  • Bluetooth wireless signal transmission up to 10 meters
  • 8+ hour rechargeable battery life
  • On-board accelerometer to quantify head movement and position
  • Data quality monitoring and feedback
  • Multiple options for data synchronization
  • Sizing to fit adolescent (age 6) through adult heads
  • SDK fully compatible with MatLab, EEGLab, and BCI2000
9 EEG with fixed gain referenced to linked mastoids 1 optional differential channel
Sampling rate
256 samples/second
Dynamic range
Fixed gain ±1,000 µV
16 bit, CMRR 105 dB
Bandpass characteristics
0.1Hz HPF, 100Hz 5th order LPF
Input impedance
100 GO
~ +2 µV @ 10 Hz and 50 kO impedance @ 256 s/s
Head movement/position
Angles obtained with 3-axis 12-bit accelerometer
RF Band
2.4 to 2.48 GHz (ISM band)
Transmission mode
Bi-Directional with XSeries Bluetooth – USB dongle
Data transmission range
~ 10 meters, line of sight with onboard antenna
Transmission power
Bluetooth Class 2 +4dBm
System power consumption
~ 40 mA @ 3.7 V
Battery capacity
Standard 2 x Li-ION batteries – 460 mAH, 11-hours of continuous useOptional 4 x Li-ION batteries – 920 mAH, 22-hours of continuous use
Battery run time
8+ hours
Battery charging
Internally charged with custom cable and USB wall charger
On-line impedance monitoring
Initiated by host computer using bi-directional link
Head unit dimensions
Size: 5’(L) x 2.25” (W) x 1” (H); Weight: 0.11 kg with standard battery
User control
Indicator LEDs
Frequencies Detected
Delta, Theta, Alpha, Beta, Gamma, and High Gamma
Windows 8, 7, and XP, PC with 2.0 GHz or higher processor & 1 GB of RAM
Estimated file size per minute
~ 45 KB/Min/channel
  Sensor Headset & Accessories
Sensor sites
Fz, F3, F4, Cz, C3, C4, POz, P3, P4
Sensor strip sizes
Ships with small & medium; inquire about other sizes
Electrode cream
Highly conductive electrolytes and preservatives in non-ionic, hypoallergenic base, buffered to skin pH


1 Johnson, R. R., D. P. Popovic, et al. (2011). Drowsiness/alertness algorithm development and validation using synchronized EEG and cognitive performance to individualize a generalized model. Biol Psychol 87(2): 241-250

2 Berka, C., D. Levendowski, et al. (2007). “EEG Correlates of Task Engagement and Mental Workload in Vigilance, Learning and Memory Tasks.” Aviation Space and Environmental Medicine 78(5): B231- B244

WARNING –The B-Alert wireless EEG systems are not intended for use in the diagnosis or treatment of patients. They are intended only for use in non-clinical research. For medical and clinical research EEG applications, please use the Stat X-Series Systems, which use the same EEG technology and provides labeling for prescription use in the home, healthcare facility, or clinical research environment to acquire, transmit, display and store physiological signals from patients ages 6 and older. The Stat X-Series system requires operation by a trained technician. The Stat X-Series System acquires, transmits, displays and stores electroencephalogram (EEG), electrooculogramn (EOG), electrocardiogram (ECG), and/or electromyogram (EMG), and accelerometer signals. The Stat X-Series System only acquires and displays physiological signals, no claims are being made for analysis of the acquired signals with respect to the accuracy, precision and reliability.