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Ambulatory EEG Monitoring

When you’re sending patients home for remote studies, Arc Apollo+ is a wearable EEG solution that provides accessible, dependable, real-time monitoring with video in a complete, compact, and portable system. We considered remote monitoring, durability, duration, data management, and reducing patient intervention when we designed Apollo+ for you.

Arc Voyager

Monitored at-home EEG

Arc Apollo+ and Arc Voyager

Arc Apollo+® and Arc Voyager™ provide accessible, dependable, and secure real-time remote continuous or intermittent access to EEG data and video during in-home studies.

Arc Voyager is a wireless remote monitoring system featuring a durable case, an integrated HD camera with automatic infrared switching, a microphone, and a rugged tablet PC with an on-screen patient video display. Complete in-office patient setup and send patients home with simple instructions.

Authorized users can access the Arc software remotely via a Wi-Fi or cellular network connection to take remote control over the acquisition tablet PC and perform all required monitoring functions, including viewing the data and video, checking impedances, and checking the quality of EEG recordings.

Patients benefit from untethered wearable EEG at home, maximizing their mobility, comfort, and freedom. Providers benefit from visibility to electrode integrity, complete data sets, video, and the ability to report daily on multi-day ambulatory studies.

Arc Apollo EEG monitoring at home

Unmonitored at-home EEG

Arc Apollo+ and Q-Video Mobile 3

Acquire dependable EEG data during in-home EEG studies with Arc Apollo+ and the Q-Video Mobile 3 (QVM3) for unattended ambulatory EEG studies.

The QVM3 is a compact recording device that captures HD video and sound. Auto-switching infrared, a patient microphone for voice events, a rechargeable lithium-ion battery, and an on-screen patient video display make this a simple and powerful tool for ambulatory EEG studies that can accommodate post hoc data review and reporting.

Upon download, the video file synchronizes with the EEG data collected by Arc Apollo+ Recorder. Download speeds are as fast as eight minutes for every 24 hours of EEG and video.

In unattended EEG studies, The Arc Apollo+ Recorder can achieve over three days of recording with no patient intervention. QVM3 batteries recharge in four hours, and the removable Arc Apollo+ Recorder batteries can fast charge in two hours.

Arc Voyager remote monitoring solutions for in-home EEG

Cadwell is making strides in EEG technology with wearable, wireless EEG, and remote monitoring capabilities that enable daily reporting for at-home studies. The Arc Apollo+ EEG system, combined with the Arc Voyager remote monitoring solution, provides our most advanced and convenient at-home EEG monitoring experience.

Arc Apollo+ ambulatory EEG equipment offers these unique ambulatory and remote monitoring features and benefits


Built-in durability withstands patient use and abuse

We designed the Arc Apollo+ system for rugged and durable ambulatory EEG. The amplifers and recorders are compact, light, drop-tested, and rated IP22 water-resistant. The backpack, harness, and head mount options assist with patient comfort.

Capture HD video with smart features

The rugged and durable design of the Arc Voyager and QVM3 Q-Video Mobile 3 devices ensure that your equipment will be reliable patient after patient. You can be comfortable sending it home with each ambulatory patient.

Capture higher channel counts

Record up to 64 channels with up to 2000 Hz storage rates per channel and continuous impedance monitoring on the Apollo+ Recorder.


Record longer studies without patient intervention

The Arc Apollo+ Recorder can acquire unattended EEG studies for up to 96 hours on two rechargeable Lithium-Ion batteries, so patients do not need to change or charge batteries during a multi-day session. For longer studies, batteries can trickle charge over USB while the patient is sleeping.

Listen to your patient

Never lose a paper patient event log again. The patient voice event button automatically records and stores the patient’s voice in real-time, and synchronizes it with the EEG.

Safeguard EEG data integrity with real-time control

If the patient loses a reference electrode in the middle of the night during a remotely-monitored study, you can change the reference on the fly remotely.

How much does an EEG machine cost? Schedule your Arc demo and find out.

Product availability may vary between different countries and markets. Please contact Cadwell for additional information.

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