LX5000-Polygraph-System

Product Description

The LX5000 computerized polygraph system records, stores, and analyzes physiological changes during a polygraph examination. The LX5000 system combines conventional polygraph procedure with a sophisticated state-of-the-art computer. With the basic system a total of nine channels can be recorded at one time.The LX5000 provides the following benefits:

  • Data transfer rate up to 360 samples per second across all channels
  • 24-bit analog to digital conversion
  • Wired USB connectivity
  • Small, compact design making transport and storage easy
  • Expandable: can add up to 3 additional modules
  • Extended measurement ranges
  • Selectable GSR or GSC channel
  • PPG channel included
  • Durable, yet lightweight design
  • Operates with same trusted, state-of-the-art LXSoftware
  • 3 year warranty and lifetime technical support

 

MINIMUM COMPUTER SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

  • At least a 1.5 GHz processor recommended
  • 3 GB RAM for 32-bit OS or 4 GB RAM for a 64-bit OS
  • 80 GB harddrive, with at least 20 GB free for video recording
  • Windows XP SP3 or greater, Windows Vista 32/64, or Windows 7 32/64
  • Super VGA (1024×768)
  • Support for DirectX 9 graphics with:
    • WDDM Driver
    • 128 MB of graphics memory
    • Pixel Shader 2.0 in hardware
    • 32 bits per pixel
  • DVD-ROM or DVD-RW drive
  • Audio Output
  • Keyboard and Microsoft ® Mouse or compatible pointing device
  • Available USB 2.0/3.0 Ports. Connecting a video camera to an external USB hub is not recommended.
  • Digital sound card required for multimedia capabilities
  • Digital video camera required for video capture. Logitech or Microsoft web camera recommended. Many popular IP (networked) cameras are supported by LXSoftware. However, IP cameras may experience audio/video lag or other undesirable behavior. The use of a directly-attached camera is highly recommended.
  • External Microphone may be required for recording audio, depending upon host computer’s configuration (e.g. no built-in microphone), examine / examinee location, ambient noise, etc

* Additional resources may be required for certain video devices. Always consult the documentation for any selected video device to ensure the host computer meets the stated system requirements.