High quality, reuseable, sintered Ag-AgCl (silver-silver chloride) electrodes for precise measurement of bio-potentials such as EEG, ECG, EMG, ENG, EOG GSR and Evoked Potentials.
Innovative Cap-based electrode application designed for speedy, consistent measurement of brain signals in the most demanding research and clinical EEG environments.
Conductive Gel / Paste
Various highly conductive electrolyte gel and paste specially formulated for use with cup electrodes and EEG caps to reduce the interface impedance and increase electrical conductivity.
Besides cup electrodes we also produce a range of high-quality adapter cables, alligator clip cables etc which are fatigue resistant and durable and fitted to connect with industry-standard biomedical equipment.
OEM & ODM
We are committed to supply our clients with outstanding quality performance, cost-effective products and satisfactory service from all over the world. We are happy to respond to your inquiries and always welcome OEM/ODM.
We are engaged in offering excellent quality EEG solutions to our valuable clients according to their academic and vocational needs.
Wuhan Greentek Pty. Ltd, founded in 2006, was as a spin-off from the Electrochemical Materials Laboratory of Wuhan University under the direction of Professor Yvonne Duan. Professor Duan has extensive experience working with electrochemical materials and electrodes with regards to biomedical and industrial application.
Over the past few years Greentek devotes to the design and manufactur of electrochemical sensors including sintered Ag/AgCl electrodes, conductive gel, customized EEG caps, and customized sensors such as non-polarized electrodes and marine sensors.
Now Wuhan Greentek Pty. Ltd has established itself as a leading, reliable designer and manufacturer (EN ISO 13485) of high quality EEG electrodes and accessories. Our mission is to provide new electrode technology and solutions (products and services) to global customers.
Genius Gel-free Electrode Caps
Novel semi-dry electrodes for brain–computer interface applications Fei Wang1,2,5, Guangli Li3,5, Jingjing Chen2, Yanwen Duan3,4 and Dan Zhang1 1 Department of Psychology, School of Social Sciences, Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084, People’s Republic of China 2 Department of Biomedical Engineering, School of Medicine, Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084, People’s Republic of China 3 School of Chemistry and Molecular Sciences, Wuhan[…]
Novel passive ceramic based semi-dry electrodes for recordingelectroencephalography signals from the hairy scalp
Novel passive ceramic based semi-dry electrodes for recording electroencephalography signals from the hairy scalp Guangli Lia, Dan Zhangb, Sizhe Wanga, Yanwen Y. Duana,∗ aCollege of Chemistry and Molecular Sciences, Wuhan University, Wuhan 430072, China bDepartment of Psychology, School of Social Sciences, Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084, China Abstract This study reports on a novel passive[…]
WTEC Panel Report on INTERNATIONAL ASSESSMENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT IN BRAIN-COMPUTER INTERFACES FINAL REPORT October 2007 Theodore W. Berger (Chair) John K. Chapin Greg A. Gerhardt Dennis J. McFarland José C. Principe Walid V. Soussou Dawn M. Taylor Patrick A. Tresco ABSTRACT Brain-computer interface (BCI) research deals with establishing communication pathways between the brain[…]
A study of intra-cochlear electrodes and tissue interface by electrochemical impedance methods in vivo
A study of intra-cochlear electrodes and tissue interface by electrochemical impedance methods in vivo Y.Y. Duan*, G.M. Clark, R.S.C. Cowan Co-operative Research Centre for Cochlear Implant and Hearing Aid Innovation, The Bionic Ear Institute, 2F/32 Gisborne Street, East Melbourne, Vic. 3002, Australia Received 11 May 2003; accepted 21 September 2003 Abstract This paper presents methods, results and[…]
A simple method for amino-functionalization of carbon nanotubes and electrodeposition to modify neural microelectrodes
A simple method for amino-functionalization of carbon nanotubes and electrodeposition to modify neural microelectrodes Haihan Zhoua, Tanyuan Wanga,b, Yanwen Y. Duan a a College of Chemistry and Molecular Sciences, Wuhan University, Wuhan, Hubei 430072, China b College of Chemistry and Molecular Engineering, Peking University, Beijing, China Abstract Aiming to improve the charge transfer ability at[…]
A Prototype Micromachined Thin-Film Electrode Array for Cochlear Implants J.R. Parker1, Y.Y. Duan1, J. Patrick1, H. B. Harrison2, O. Reinhold3, G. M. Clark1 1CRC for Cochlear Implant and Hearing Aid Innovation, VIC. 2School of Microelectronic Engineering, Griffith University, QLD 3Vapotronics Inc. San Diego, CA, USA ABSTRACT Development of a micromachined electrode array for cochlear implant application[…]
A routine schedule for the Cleaning and Disinfecting of Sintered Ag-AgCl Electrodes helps assure accurate EEG signals and the reuse of electrodes between different participants. Furthermore, you will preserve the excellent characteristics of your electrodes and will ensure a long product life. Methode： Clean the residual paste off the Sintered Ag-AgCl Electrodes softly[…]
Electroencephalogram (EEG) electrodes are placed around the head region in order to gather electrical impulses from the brain and direct these to a type of machine that is used as a diagnostic tool for analyzing brain activity. This brain activity measurement is recorded by a technique known as encephalography. The EEG electrodes are manufactured in[…]