[esnr] Re: Standardised Equipment

  • From: "Berrie Gerrits" <praktijkgerrits@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <esnr@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 12 Oct 2004 08:59:47 +0200

Advertisements? Informing? 
What is the code for this list? What is allowed? What is unwanted?
Can anyone comment on this?

Met vriendelijke groet/All the best/Ciao,

Berrie Gerrits

Psychologenpraktijk Gerrits
Sloetstraat 14
6524 AS  Nijmegen
Tel: 024-3235053

Neurofeedback en QEEG gecertificeerd (AAPB CR)
BIG geregistreerd (GZ en psychotherapie)

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Martijn Arns 
  To: esnr@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
  Sent: Monday, October 11, 2004 12:38 PM
  Subject: [esnr] Re: Standardised Equipment

  Dear List,

  I followed the discussion on standardized hardware. I think our company would 
be most interested in being of value to the Neurofeedback society in Europe!

  We are a European company based in Holland. Our hardware meets the highest 
specifications (also see attached a comparison of the specification to the 
NeuroScan amplifier, a € 30.000,- piece of hardware) and our prices are most 
affordable (around a € 795,- for the hardware). Currently we have a wireless 
version, but we will also be supporting a wired USB version.

  For software we currently use BioExplorer. However, we are open to 
interfacing to other NF software packages (we can provide our source code or 
DLL in order to read our data into other applications).

  Kind regards,

  Drs. Martijn Arns


  BraInquiry B.V.

  Research and Development

  Toernooiveld 100

  P.O. Box 31070

  6503 CB Nijmegen

  The Netherlands

  Tel.: +31 (0)24-3528878

  GSM: +31 (0)6-48177919

  Fax: +31 (0)24-3540090

  E-mail: martijn@xxxxxxxxxxxxx

  URL: www.BraInquiry.nl 

  -----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
  Van: esnr-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:esnr-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] Namens 
  Verzonden: maandag 11 oktober 2004 12:27
  Aan: esnr@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  Onderwerp: [esnr] Re: Standardised Equipment

  In a message dated 11/10/2004 11:21:02 GMT Daylight Time, Doklein@xxxxxxxxxxx 

    my vision would be: recommendations for minimum requirements of 
equipment-features - but neutral resp. products. 

  I think both are needed - a specification of minimum requirements, which may 
be common to several systems - but also a specific product recommendation in 
order to obtain best prices, funding and support from a committed provider.


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