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"The first “Digitimer” (DIGItal Time Interval Marker and Event Release) was designed by the late HB (Bert) Morton at The National Hospital, London in the early 1960’s. This was then manufactured and sold world-wide by Devices Limited. Other complementary products for Medical Research followed and Digitimer Limited became an independent company specializing in Electronic Instruments for Medical Research and Clinical Investigations in 1972."

Digitimer Company Profile

Founded in The United Kingdom around 1972, Digitimer produces noninvasive hardware, invasive hardware and end-user software.

Digitimer makes tools for medical diagnosis and treatment through body/mind state interpretation and/or neurostimulation therapies, the objective measurement of subjective experiences through mind/body state interpretation, feedback through neurostimulation techniques, the sensing and stimulation of biological neural networks, either within an animal or grown in a dish and to perform calculations.

BCI Categories: Open-Loop Efferent, Open-Loop Afferent, Closed-Loop Efferent

Neurosensing Technique(s): EEG, IEEG, EMG

Neurostimulation Technique(s): TES, TMS


Digitimer has 1 medical devices registered with the FDA. Here are some of them:

Examples of FDA Approved Devices ( View List)
Device ID Device Name Class Category PMA PMN
K172381 Stimulator, Muscle, Powered 2 Physical Medicine False True



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