A versatile device offering auditory evoked potentials (AEP), auditory steady state response (ASSR), vestibular evoked myogenic potentials (VEMP) and otoacoustic emissions (OAE). Designed to fit seamlessly into your workflow and offers complete reliability and perfect results.
The revolutionary CE-Chirp® stimulus family for threshold assessment (developed by Claus Elberling) compensates for frequency specific cochlear travel times and generates waveform responses up to twice the size of traditional click or tone burst stimuli.
The original CE-Chirp® was designed for optimal response amplitude at medium stimulation intensities. By using the level specific CE-Chirp®, clearer waveform morphology at high intensities is also available. The introduction of the CE-Chirp® LS stimulus family is an overall improvement to the original CE-Chirp® stimulus family.
For an easier visual evaluation of the NB CE-Chirp® responses, each of the NB CE-Chirp® stimuli have been time shifted to provide latencies similar to Click and the CE-Chirp® LS stimulus. The time-shifted NB CE-Chirp® are named NB CE-Chirp® LS, as the placements are level specific. Otherwise, the NB CE-Chirp® LS are identical to the original NB CE-Chirp®.
The CE-Chirp® stimulus family is incorporated in the EP25 (*optional for EP15) and ASSR software modules from Interacoustics.
Threshold & neurological ABR testing & eABR
Cochlear microphonic & ECochG testing
The ASSR software enables 8 frequencies to be tested simultaneously to threshold in less than 20-30 minutes through the use of Narrow Band CE-Chirp® stimuli and a patented detection engine.
The Eclipse hardware platform accommodates both DPOAE and TEOAE testing.
The Eclipse oVEMP and cVEMP tests measure and analyse the vestibular evoked myogenic potential generated by a loud stimulus.
The Eclipse VEMP (and ABR) can stimulate up to 100 dB nHL with clicks and 110 dB nHL with 250-4000 Hz tonebursts. The B81 bone conductor can go up to 75 dB nHL with 250-4000 Hz tonebursts.
Check out the latest training material for Eclipse.