, Karaj, Alborz, IRAN

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Liv EEG is designed for monitoring and recording the brain's spontaneous electrical activity collected by electrodes positioned along the scalp both in clinical and research applications.

Depending on the electrodes configuration, Liv EEG systems divide into two main categories: 1) Active, and 2) passive. We offer continuous high quality recording synchronized with ERP, EMG, ECG, EOG and other biological signals. Liv EEG-cap which is made of soft anti-allergy material varies in size and number of electrodes to fulfill customer’s needs. Besides all above, the software package for Windows allows you to perform an advanced computerized analysis of the EEG on the standard personal computer. In all cases, for routine applications, standard EEG review software with spectral analysis and EEG mapping is available.


  • IGC ISO 13485:2016
  • IEC-60601-1:2012
  • IEC-60601-2:2014
  • Accurate noise-free results
  • Wireless / USB amplifier
  • Active / Passive
  • Ideal for clinical / research usage
  • Electrode: 24, 32, 64, 128, 256
  • User friendly review software
  • 24 hr operation if fully charged
  • User friendly
  • Light weight
  • Flexibility for the doctor
  • Patient comfort


Liv EEG system is provided with an advanced cap which is easy to use, simple to maintain and elegant to wear. To fulfill the customer’s needs, this cap is designed in different sizes and number of electrodes. The electrodes are specified by the “10-20” international system.

  • Size: S / M / L
  • Electrode: 24, 32, 64, 128, 256
  • 10-20 standard
  • Active / Passive
  • Gel based / Normal saline based
  • Color: Black / Gray / ...
  • Touch proof electrodes
  • Patient comfort








Electroencephalography (EEG) is a non-invasive technique that measures the electrical activity of the brain. It involves placing electrodes on the scalp to detect and record the brain's electrical signals, known as brainwaves. EEG has been widely used in various fields to study brain function, diagnose neurological disorders, and monitor brain activity during different tasks and states.

Applications of EEG:

Clinical diagnosis: EEG is commonly used in clinical settings to diagnose and monitor various neurological disorders. It helps in identifying abnormal brainwave patterns associated with conditions such as epilepsy, sleep disorders, brain tumors, and certain cognitive impairments.
Research in neuroscience: EEG is extensively employed in neuroscience research to study brain processes and cognitive functions. It provides valuable insights into brainwave patterns associated with attention, memory, emotion, and other cognitive processes.
Brain-computer interfaces (BCIs): EEG plays a crucial role in developing BCIs, which enable individuals to control external devices or communicate directly with computers using their brain signals. This technology has significant potential in assisting individuals with severe motor disabilities.
Sleep research: EEG is a vital tool in sleep research to investigate sleep stages, sleep disorders, and the dynamics of brain activity during sleep. It helps in understanding sleep patterns, sleep quality, and abnormalities such as sleep apnea and insomnia.

Advantages of EEG:

Non-invasiveness: EEG is a non-invasive technique that does not require surgery or the insertion of instruments into the body. It is safe and relatively comfortable for the individual undergoing the test.
High temporal resolution: EEG provides excellent temporal resolution, capturing brainwave activity in real-time with millisecond precision. This allows researchers and clinicians to analyze dynamic changes in brain activity at different time points.
Cost-effective: EEG is generally more affordable compared to other neuroimaging techniques such as functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) or positron emission tomography (PET). It makes it a relatively accessible tool for research and clinical purposes.
Wide range of applications: EEG has a broad range of applications, from clinical diagnosis to cognitive neuroscience research. It can provide valuable information about brain function and dysfunction across various domains.


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Address: No.A2, Yademan Tower, Azadegan, Karaj, Alborz, Iran
Phone: +98 (26) 32541913  
Fax: +98 (26) 34457441
Email: Info@lliivv.com, lliivv.tech@gmail.com
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