Featured neuronicle FX2


neuroNicle FX2 is a real-time EEG / PPG simultaneous real-time measurement device that detects 2-channel EEG signals and 1-channel PPG and transmits them to the host side via Bluetooth (SPP) communication in real time. The EEG electrodes are placed on the left and right forehead, and the reference electrode and the ground electrode are attached to the right earlobe in the form of a pinch. The PPG sensor is provided together with the clamping electrode. The device is powered by a rechargeable lithium polymer battery and the remaining battery level and its under-state value are assigned and transferred to the LXSDF T2A format along with the measurement data. Charge through a USB port on your computer with a micro USB cable. The device can be used continuously for 7 hours with a 2 hour charge.


  • Simultaneous EEG and PPG measuring.
  • Real time data transmission via Bluetooth.
    • EEG raw data, PPG raw data, EEG spectrum, heart beat events, heart beat time intervals.
  • High quality & reliable bio signal measurement.
  • Medical Certified.
  • Light weight & elastic EEG electrodes. – no pain
  • Simple & portable hair band design. – easy to use.
  • Open communication spec. – you can make your own s/w.
  • Rechargeable via USB.


For Application Developer

neuroNicle FX2 transmits the measured data to the host in real time. EEG raw data, as well as EEG spectrum, PPG raw data, heart rate, heart rate interval, and device status information are transmitted in real time. Refer to the communication specification (LXSDF T2A ) document and the neuroNicle FX2 data layout document (LXE141  download or view online ), it is possible to develop a host device program.

Brain Wave

Heart Beat. Optical Measuring

  1. The light from the light source (fig.a) is absorbed by tissue, venous blood and arterial blood.
  2. The light absorption is in proportion to arterial blood volume (fig.b).
  3. The output of the light detector shows the blood volume changes synchronized with heart beats (fig.c).
  4. Usually, the measured AC component is named by pulse wave or PPG (Photo Plethysmo Gram).

Bluetooth Connection

  • Bluetooth Profile : SPP ( Serial Port Profile )
  • It’s easy to program with host side serial port access.



neuroNicle FX2 transmits the measured data to the host in real time. EEG data, as well as EEG spectrum, heart rate, heart rate interval, and device status information are transmitted in real time. Refer to the communication specification (LXSDF T2A) document and the neuroNicle FX2 data layout document (LXE141), it is possible to directly implement a host device program suitable for a user.

Video : Real time transmission of the EEG and PPG raw data via bluetooth. play time 15 seconds.

Simple Design - Hair Band Style.

Simple and flexible hair band type.

neuroNicle FX2 wearing examples.



Measuring signal EEG : 2 channel 

PPG : 1 channel

Measuring method EEG : Mono-polar(Reference electrode attached to right earlobe) 

PPG : Transmission-type optical pulse drive method

EEG Internal Noise 0.8 uVrms Below
EEG Band-Pass (-3dB) 3Hz ~ 41Hz 
Measuring range of pulse rate 30 ~ 200bpm 
Heart rate interval accuracy 4 msec. 
EEG input range ±590uV
EEG signal percision 0.036uV
Sampling frequency 250Hz 
Power 3.7V Li-polymer battery (300mAh) 
Charging time About 2 hours (500mA USB port) 
Usage time 7 hours or more (continuous use) 
Weight 67g Below
Dimension Height : 150mm   Width : 130mm  Depth : 20mm  

(Normal operation)

10 ℃ ~ 40 ℃


-40 ℃ ~ 70 ℃ 


Bluetooth version Bluetooth Spec. V3.0 EDR (Enhanced Data Rate)
Profile SPP (Serial Port Prefile)
Pairing Password 1234
Serial Port Setting Baud Rate : 115,200 bps

Data bits : 8 bit

Stop bit : 1 bit

Parity : None



Medical Certification

neuroNicle FX2  is  approved as a  medical device. It can be used as medical purposes.

  •  Medical Device Certified Products (KFDA)
  •  the certificated number : 16-4837
  •  Classification code
  •   – Electroencephalogram : A26150.01, 2
  •   – Sphygmograph : A23040.01, 2

neuroNicle FX2 KFDA Medical Device Certification. download or view online.


Usage - Device.



Power on/off

Figure[1]. power button and status LED on the device.

Power on

[1]. With the sensor band not worn, press and hold the power button for 1 second.

Figure[2]. Press the power button for more than one second.


Figure[3]. The blue LED lights up. At this time, release the power button. If you release the power button before the blue LED is lit, the unit will not turn on.

[You have to Power on / off with no band on head.]

[2]. The red LED and blue LED blink when the device is powered and the device is ready for use.


Figure[4]. If the red LED and the blue LED blink at the same time every 1 second, the device will operate normally (waiting state). At this time, when the device is connected to the host (computer, smart phone, etc.) via Bluetooth, only the blue LED flashes.

[Refer to the data specification (LXE141) for the operation mode of the device.]

Power off

If you remove the sensor band from the head after use, the unit is in the “Power On” state [2] (standby mode). At this time, power off is performed.

[1]. Press the power button (see figure [1]) in the state [2] of “Power On”. If you press and hold for more than 2 seconds, the blue LED remains lit (does not blink).


Figure[5]. At this time, it is shown in Figure[1].

[2]. Release the power button after the blue LED lights up. Then, the power supply to the device is stopped.


Figure[6]. Power off is complete.

[If standby mode lasts for 3 minutes, auto power off. When the device is operating in the measurement mode, the device power is automatically turned off even if the Bluetooth connection has been off for more than one minute. Refer to the data specification (LXE141) for device operation mode.]


If the status LED does not light up after you press the power button, charge the device using the supplied micro USB cable (component # 2) (the device operates in charge mode).

[1]. Connect the micro USB cable to the USB port on your computer or smartphone charger.


Figure[7]. Connect the micro USB cable to the USB port on your computer.

[2]. micro USB cable Connect the connector to the device.


Figure[8]. Connect the charging micro USB cable to the micro USB cable connector on the device.

[3]. Green LED flashes every 2 seconds after USB connection.


Figure[9]. When charging, the green LED blinks every 2 seconds. When charging is complete, the green LED remains on.

Wearing sensor band

wear sensor band on head 

If power is applied to the device normally (Figure [4]), wear an EEG sensor band on the head.

[1]. Attach the band to the head. Wear the measuring electrode part while rubbing it up and down so that the measuring electrode is attached well to both foreheads.


Figure[10]. Sensor band worn on the head.

[Before worn, it is necessary to rub the surface of the measuring electrode with a finger or wipe it with a wet tissue to keep the surface of the electrode clean, and to fix it to the head so that the band does not shake after wearing it.]

[2]. After wearing the band, attach the ear clip to the right earlobe.


Figure[11]. Attach the ear clip electrodes (reference and ground electrodes) to the right earlobe.

[When the band is correctly attached to the head and the electrode is attached to the skin, the device recognizes the wearing condition. In this case, the green LED is blinking every 2 seconds. At the same time, the red LED flashes in sync with the heartbeat pulse. See the data sheet (LXE141).]

Remove the sensor band from your head 

[1]. To remove the sensor band from your head, remove it from the earlobe first from the ear clip attached to the right earlobe.

[2] Take the band off your head.

[3]. If you are not using the device, power off the device (see Powering Off).

[If the host and Bluetooth connection are released for more than one minute while the sensor band is worn, or if the sensor band is not worn for more than 3 minutes, the power of the device turns itself off.]

View measurement waveform

To see the measurement waveform, first put the device on the head and let the device operate in the measurement mode. The software displays the data to be output when the apparatus is driven in the measurement mode. Two types of data are displayed. One is to display the data provided by the device as it is, and the other is to process and display the data provided by the device. In the former, there are left and right brain wave waveforms (EEG-CH1, EEG-CH2), pulse wave waveform (PPG), secondary differential pulse wave waveform (sdPPG), heartbeat pulse (pulse) and heartbeat interval (peak_interval), And the latter has an EEG power spectrum and a heart rate interval histogram.

If the device is properly worn (see [11]), run the neuroNicle FX2 Viewer to check the measured waveform.

[In order to check the measured waveform with software, the computer must have a Bluetooth communication port. If there is no Bluetooth communication port, first install the Bluetooth dongle on that computer. (Refer to the manual of the purchased dongle for installation instructions.)]

[If your computer is equipped with a Bluetooth communication port, you should add neuroNicle FX2 as a Bluetooth device. ( how to add devices, click here ↓ )]

[nnFX2_Viewer Software must be installed on your computer. ( Viewer software installation instructions. click here ↓ )]


View measuring data

Video : Real time transmission of the EEG and PPG raw data via bluetooth. play time 15 seconds.

Use the following procedure to check the data.

[1]. Set the COM port of the device.

Figure[12]. Set the COM port of the device.

[2]. Click the “COM Check” button.

Figure[13]. The COM Check button is disabled, and the Start and File menus are active.

[3]. Click the “Start” menu to check the measurement waveform.

Figure[14]. Measurement data that can be checked with the neuroNicle FX2 device.

You can see the direct data (red rectangle), the processed data (blue rectangle), and the device status information (purple rectangle) provided by the device. The processed data includes the EEG power spectrum obtained by software FFT from the EEG waveform and the histogram graph obtained from the heart rate interval data. We can confirm the alpha peak in the EEG power spectrum.

Saving the measurement waveform

The software can store measurement data with real-time waveform display. The data items stored are as follows : EEG-CH1, EEG-CH2, PPG, sdPPG, Pulse, peak_Interval.

The data is saved in real time txt file format at 4msec intervals, and the size of the file to be saved is displayed at the lower left of the screen.

To save the waveform, follow the procedure below.

[1]. Name the file. Click on the “File” menu in the “After COM check” in the figure [13] before viewing the waveform.

Figure[15]. Clicking on the “File” menu brings up the file specification window. Here, specify the appropriate folder and filename.

[2]. Check the folder and name of the specified file.

Figure[16]. Make sure the specified folder and name are correct.

[3]. Click on the “Start” menu to get the measured waveform. At this time, it is confirmed that the ” file size ” increases in kB units.

Figure[17]. As the waveform view progresses, the file size increases. It is confirmed that it is currently 102kB. Even if the software stops in the middle, the stored data is safely preserved. There is no EEG power spectrum and heart rate interval histogram data in the stored data.

Usage – Viewer S/W.

Menu selection order

com port Set → Start(Check data)→ Stop → End, or com port Set→ File(Specifying the data storage file)→ Start→ Stop → Follow the shutdown procedure.

Using Software
 Menu turn
COM port
COM Check
Com port Check
Select the com port number of the device.
The com port should be selected each time you start the software.
If this device is present in Com port, this menu is disabled.
If not, go back to step 1 again.
View measurement waveform
Proceed in the same way as “COM port check”.
Identify the direct data and process data (power spectrum, histogram) provided by the device.
The current state stops. At this time, com port is closed.
Clicking the Start button reopens the com port.
Software shutdown
Saving the Measurement Waveform
Proceed in the same way as “COM port check”.
Specify folder and file name.
The file size increases from the time waveform view starts.
At this time, although the spectrum and the histogram can be seen, the data is not stored.
stop. Storage session completed.
You must specify the file again for a new save.
Software shutdown.

Table[2]. Procedures for using software.

Waveform storage may or may not be performed depending on whether “file” is specified prior to “start”. Overwriting a file depends on the user’s choice.


Viewer S/W Screen description

Viewer software screen configuration for neuroNicle FX2 device.

Figure[18]. neuroNicle FX2 waveform view software screen.

[1]. COM port number : If the software is correctly installed, show all com ports installed on your computer when you start the software. Select the correct number to match the com port of the device.

[2]. COM Check : Check that the com port setting in [1] matches the device. If the neuroNicle FX2 device is found on the com port, this menu will be disabled and the menu [3], [4] will be activated.

[3]. Start : If this button is active, you can check the waveform. When this menu is selected, only [5] stop button is activated.

[4]. File : Select this menu to specify the folder and name of the file to save. Waveform storage is possible only when a new file is specified. If you select an existing file when you specify a new one, you are asked if you want to “overwrite” it. If the user allows “overwrite”, the new waveform data is written to the existing file.

[5]. Stop : It is activated only in the waveform view (click [3] start button). “Stop” closes com port and save file.

[6]. End : Exit the software.

[7]. Firmware information : Displays the firmware ID of neuroNicle FX2.

[8]. Communication path information : Show communication path information used by neuroNicle FX2.

[9]. Status Notification Window : Displays the current operating mode of the software.

[10]. File path : Displays the name and path of the file to be saved. The files are stored in txt format.

[11]. File size : Displays the size (in kB) of the file to be saved in real time.

[12]. Real-time heart rate per minute : Displays the real-time heart rate in bpm.

[13]. Channel 1 electrode connection state : Indicates whether the channel 1 electrode (left forehead electrode) is in contact with the skin. When contacted, it turns green.

[14]. Channel 2 electrode connection : Indicates whether the channel 2 electrode (right forehead electrode) is in contact with the skin. When contacted, it turns green.

[15]. Reference electrode connection status : It indicates whether or not the reference electrode (ear clip electrode) is in contact with the skin. When contacted, it turns green.

[16]. Sensor wearing state : Indicates whether the sensor band is worn on the head. If correctly worn, it is green, otherwise it is red.

[17]. Ear clip electrode state : Check that the electrodes are in contact with each other on the clamp structure with the ground and reference electrodes. If the electrodes are stuck together, they are displayed in green. If it is not in contact, it is displayed in red.

[If the ear clip are stuck together but not stuck, the device is in a broken state.]

[18]. Battery remaining : Displays the remaining battery level (in%). The value changes by 5%. The remaining amount is displayed in yellow, and the lower limit (10%) is indicated in orange. If the current level is below the lower limit, a low battery warning ([19]) occurs. The value can be varied at the boundary value.

[19]. Low battery warning : If the current battery level is less than 10%, a low battery warning occurs and turns red. If a low-battery warning occurs, stop using it and charge the battery.

[20]. Left brain waveform (EEG-CH1) : It shows the EEG detected by the left forehead electrode. The signal size unit is uV. The maximum and minimum values of the graph can be changed by double-clicking the value.

[21]. Right brain waveform (EEG-CH2) : It shows the EEG detected by the right forehead electrode. The signal size unit is uV. The maximum and minimum values of the graph can be changed by double-clicking the value.

[22]. PPG: The PPG detected by the sensor provided on the ear clip electrode is displayed. Automatic gain control (AGC) of the PPG is performed once when the initial sensor is worn. During the measurement, the pulse wave signal can be changed according to the size of the original signal. If the PPG is not measured correctly, remove the ear clip and try again.

[23]. Second Differential PPG (sdPPG): It is the data provided by the device as a pulse waveform obtained by differentiating the PPG by a second time. A heartbeat pulse is detected at the apex of this waveform. The magnitude of this signal varies with the size of the PPG.

[24]. Heartbeat pulse (pulse): It is the heartbeat pulse detected at the apex of the sdPPG signal. This data is from PUD0.bit7.

[25]. Heart rate interval (peak_interval): It is the time interval between heartbeat pulses displayed in msec. This data can be used as raw data for HRV analysis. The accuracy of this value is 4 msec.

[26]. EEG power spectrum : The power spectrum of left and right brain EEG waveforms is shown. This is the power spectrum obtained by FFTing the sampling interval data of 4 msec for 2 seconds of waveform. It is obtained by real-time FFT by pushing single data. The frequency resolution is 0.5 Hz and the maximum frequency is 125 Hz. The frequency value of the horizontal axis can be adjusted by changing the boundary value by double-clicking.

[27]. Heart rate interval histogram : The heart rate interval data of [25] is expressed as a histogram graph. The number of data used is 180, and the class interval is set to 20. At approximately 3 minutes, the first data is excluded from the histogram graph.


Developer Guide


neuroNicle FX2 transmits the measured data to the host in real time. EEG data, as well as EEG spectrum, heart rate, heart rate interval, and device status information are transmitted in real time. Refer to the communication specification (LXSDF T2A) document and the neuroNicle FX2 data layout document (LXE141), it is possible to directly implement a host device program suitable for a user.


Available host device to communicate with neuroNicle FX2.

The neuroNicle FX2 supports communication via the Bluetooth (SPP) interface and can also be connected to a smart phone or a general PC equipped with a Bluetooth dongle via a Bluetooth connection.
cautions – Smartphone needs to support Bluetooth profile SPP for communication connection.Most of the latest Android phones support Bluetooth SPP. Not all products from Apple are capable of communicating with devices because Bluetooth SPP is not supported.

neuroNicle FX2 is recognized as a serial port on the host device.

Since the Bluetooth uses the SPP profile, it is automatically recognized as a serial port (com port) on the host device. On the communication software side, the device connection establishes com port communication, and communication with the device is started.

It is possible to develop an app in all development tools  that can COM port communicate.

Tools examples.

  • SmartPhone : Android Studio, Eclipse etc.
  • Windows PC : MS Visual Studio(C #, C ++, Basic, etc.),Python, Delphi, Java, LabVIEW, MATLAB, etc.


Documents for App. Developer

 neuroNicle FX2 Communication Spec.  download or view online.

  • This document defines the Bluetooth serial communication specification of neuroNicle FX2.
  • neuroNicle FX2’s communication is based on serial communication format and is based on LXSDF T2A (LX Serial Data Format Type 2A) as a format for transmitting various types of data.
  • This manual explains what data is placed in the LXSDF T2A format for neuroNicle FX2.

LXSDF T2A Based Communication.

The LXSDF T2A format is used as the data format for Bluetooth serial communication of neuroNicle FX2.

 LXE10. LXSDF T2A Communicaton Standard download or view online.

Full documentations for LXSDF T2A : http://laxtha.net/lxsdf-t2a


Programming Guide


The following picture shows the whole program structure of host side.

First of all, open com port in host. After that,

  1. COM Read Bytes : Read bytes received from com port(UART) in order.
  2. LXSDF T2A Packet Extraction : Catch Sync Bytes (it is placed in order of 255,254) which means packet’s start spot from byte row separates data up and then abstract data elements in the packet from
  3. LXSDF T2A Take elements : Get all the T2A Packet elements.
  4. Get device providing data : Data allocation situation depends on each device. Refer to LXSDF T2A Device Specialization Documents of the device.



COM port auto search

This explanations are for the device search in case device like PC. The PC attached device’s com port number assignment is not fixed. If connecting MCU and UART in Embedded System,  it doesn’t need automatic search.

In case of device detecting COM port from host, there is case that user choose COM port to communicate in application program. This means bad products design regardless of user’s convenience. It has to be designed that the program search COM port connected with device automatically. This function can not be solved only by software. It has to set the function to search automatically in the device.

COM port searching method

In LXSDF T2A packet,  PCD “Com port search information” which is PCD[31] and  “LXDeviceID” which is  PCD[30] is used to find proper COM port of the product for information to use device search.

You can find the device’s COM port easily if practicing the procures as the following explanation cycling all the Com port from host in order. Open one COM port temporarily and process the data received like the following table.

 Flow Chart  Steps.  Description
 Step 1. If 254 is detected next to 255 :  It’s possible device to communicate. Goto step 2.

If 254 is not detected next to 255 : it’s not  LXSDF T2A packet. Start again opening another COM port.

 Step 2. If PC (PACKET COUNT) value becomes number 31, it is sure of the device transmitting data to LXSDF T2A Format. However, it could transmit the same format data like LXSDF T2A in some products coincidentally. For occupying safely, if the PCD[31] is 109, it is sure that is LXSDF T2A packet.
 Step 3. If device is communicated by LXSDF T2A format, the next phase is to search device to communicate. At this time, check PCD[30] which is product’s LXDeviceID to communicate.

Code Example : COM port automatic search. C#

Automatic search method to find the device. The method is the same regardless of language whether it is C# or C++.

            int bytestoread = sp.BytesToRead;   // occupied  byte number in Com port buffer. Sp is serial port object.

            // OUTPUT 1. Whether it is our device or Not? Our device must have the data in COM port..
            if (bytestoread == 0) { return; }  // If there is no data which can  be read in  COM port, this is not  LXSDF T2 format. LXSDF T2 transmits the data every time.

            /// If there is some data to read in COM port, it reads all the data. 
            byte[] rbuf = new byte[bytestoread]; // created the memory size dynamically. 
            bool find_sync = false;
            sp.Read(rbuf, 0, bytestoread); //  received in rbuf tentatively..
            // OUTPUT 2. Check sync .
            for (int i = 0; i < bytestoread-1; i++) // 
                if (rbuf[i] == 255 && rbuf[i + 1] == 254) // Found the sync spot. 
                    find_sync = true;
                    break; // break the loop 
            if (find_sync == false) return; // If there is no data in order of 255, 245, this is not  LXSDF T2. 
            ///OUTPUT 3. Check the packet cyclic data in case of detecting some sync.  Must receive over certain time data continuously to check it.
            byte[] cbuf = new byte[4096];
            int bytetoreadlimit =0;
            int readbytenum = 0;
            int sum_readbytenum = 0;
            bool while_continue = true;
            byte Packet_Count =0;
            byte PacketCyclicData = 0;
            bool find_109 = false;
            byte find_ComDeviceID = 0; // ComDeviceID allots more than value 1.
            byte find_NumChannel = 0;
            byte find_NumSample = 0;
            byte find_firmversion = 0;

            while (while_continue)
                if(sp.BytesToRead > 4096)
                    bytetoreadlimit = 4096;
                    bytetoreadlimit = sp.BytesToRead;
                readbytenum = sp.Read(cbuf, 0, bytetoreadlimit); // read the data and figure the byte cumulative sum.
                sum_readbytenum += readbytenum;
                for (int i = 0; i < readbytenum-3; i++)
                    if (cbuf[i] == 255 && cbuf[i + 1] == 254) // detected sync spot.
                        Packet_Count = cbuf[i + 4];           // occupied packet count value.
                        PacketCyclicData = cbuf[i + 6];       // occupied packet cyclic data.


    if (Packet_Count == 31 &&  PacketCyclicData == 109)// If packet count is 31 and packet cyclic data is 109, it is surely  LXSDF T2 Type.
                            find_109 = true;
                        else if(Packet_Count == 30)                      // This spot  is for Product ID.
                            find_ComDeviceID = PacketCyclicData;
                        else if (Packet_Count == 29)                     // This spot is for firmware version number. It is necessary if updating firmware by UART.
                            find_firmversion = PacketCyclicData; 
                        else if (Packet_Count == 28)                     // Channel number transmitted into stream data.
                            find_NumChannel = PacketCyclicData;
                        else if (Packet_Count == 27)
                            find_NumSample = PacketCyclicData;

                        if (find_109 && find_NumSample > 0)  // This means loof break because  find_NumSample is in packet count 27 and  find_109 is in packet count 31. If both value were found , Medium value could be found.
                            while_continue = false;
                /// Designate the maximum value to review how many data can be received in COM port.  If this value is too big, it takes very long time to search the device. So it’s good to set the small value.
                /// To search the device by LXSDF T2 type , The minimum needed data capacity  must  be  at least 32 packets. In other words, 68bytes ( byte capacity of 1 packet) x 32 = 2176 bytes.  It’s possible to exam device search information because it has 3000 bytes enough to be 32 packets.
                ///   Formula : byte capacity of 1 packet  can find the answer as 8 bytes + 64 bytes .
                /// 8 bytes : 1 packet is 8 bytes  from Tx Index 0  to 6 
                /// 64  bytes :  Stream area is  channel number * 2(bytes) * sample number, though it has different value by each product . Because the maximum channel number allotted from LXSDF T2 is 8 and sample number is within 4, the maximum  is  64 bytes.
                /// x 32 : must receive 32 packets to communicate packet count 0 to 31.
                if (sum_readbytenum > 3000)  // Forcing  Loof  break condition. 
                    while_continue = false;
            } // while



Application Notes


Bluetooth Connecting

For example, the setting for the Bluetooth communication port built into the notebook is taken as an example. Since different programs are used in accordance with the Bluetooth dongle used for each notebook, the overall setting method is similar, though not completely identical to the setting method presented in this example. Once the Bluetooth setting is done for the first time, you can use the Bluetooth connection directly with the device without additional setting. For Windows 7, the connection method is presented.

First, turn on the device and follow the procedure below.

Example of Bluetooth connection in Windows 7.

1. [control panel] – [Hardware and Sound] – [Devices and printers] Click

2. Click the [Add a device] button and neuroNicle FX2 will appear. Select this item. Click [Next]

3. When the Bluetooth pairing is completed, the following screen will appear. Click [Enter link code]

4. Enter [1234] in the connection code and click [Next].

5. Added neuroNicle FX2 device.

6. Check the COM port of the neuroNicle FX2 device. Use this port number in waveform display software.


Example of Bluetooth connection in Windows 10.


1. [control panel] – [Hardware and Sound] – [Devices and printers] Click

2. Click the [Add Device] button to display neuroNicle FX2. Select this item. Click [Next]

3. When Bluetooth pairing is completed, [Enter password] is displayed as below.

4. Enter the password [1234] and click [Next].

5. Added neuroNicle FX2 device.

6. Check the COM port of the neuroNicle FX2 device. Use this port number in waveform display software.

Viewer S/W. Setup


 neuroNicle FX2 Viewer S/W Setup file (151MByte). download

Double-click the setup file in the downloaded file to run the installation software (you do not need to turn on the device).

1. The installation software start screen appears.

2. Specify the software installation folder.

3. Follow the NI Software License Agreement (this software is implemented in NI Labview).

4. Show the contents of the installation file. Click [Next].

5. Installation is complete. Click Finish.


Documents for User.

 LXE142. neuroNicle FX2 Manual. download or view online.

Documents for App. Developer

 LXE141. neuroNicle FX2 Communication Spec.  download or view online.

 LXE10. LXSDF T2A Communicaton Standard download or view online.

Medical Certification.

neuroNicle FX2 KFDA Medical Device Certification. download or view online.

Viewer S/W.

 neuroNicle FX2 Viewer S/W Setup file (151MByte). download

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