Rogue Research cTMS*

New cTMS for Research

    Features of ElevateTMS

  • First new TMS design in years

  • Variable pulse shapes

  • Integrated EMG

  • Integrated output recording

  • Multiple general purpose triggers (4 in, 4 out), switch in, TTL out), External control via network

  • Optional current reversal module (~2 msec switching time)

    Pulse Waveform Capabilities

  • Directionality Control: Controls amplitude of the -ve phase relative to the +ve phase

  • Variable pulse widths up to 385 μSec (with optional high inductance coil)

  • Monophasic, Biphasic, polyphasic, Staircase, Asymmetric

  • Repetition rates up to 1 kHz

  • Unidirectional theta burst

  • Charging power: 2X 1500 Joules per second

    Thoughtful Coil Designs

  • Removable handles to suit every preference

  • Different inductances to extend cTMS pulse range

  • B-Field 3D mapped for use in E-field modelling research

  • Integrated coil tracker mount

  • More models to come (cooled coil, 50mm fig-8 etc.)

Pulse type
(positive PW, negative PW)
M-Ratio10 Hz25 Hz50 Hz100 Hz200 Hz400 Hz800 Hz1 kHzMaximum
Maximum Freq. (Hz)
at Max Output
Biphasic Train
60µs, 185µs.221008240199N/AN/AN/A10020
75µs, 22µs.25935527136N/AN/AN/A9315
Biphasic Train
(balanced pulse)
11µs, 54µs.761001001001001001006549100550
20µs, 78µs.13910010010010091431914100184
30µs, 105µs.162100100100914420N/AN/A10091
40µs, 131µs.182100100100542612N/AN/A10055
50µs, 158µs.198100100703416N/AN/AN/A10035
60µs, 185µs.216510097472310N/AN/AN/A10024
70µs, 212µs.2365976632167N/AN/AN/A2417
80µs, 238µs.2599785728136N/AN/AN/A8518
86µs, 255µs.275678472311N/AN/AN/AN/A7815
60µs, 100µs
60µs, 100µs


Rogue Research cTMS

D’Ostilio, Kevin and Goetz, Stefan M and Hannah, Ricci and Ciocca, Matteo and Chieffo, Raffaella and Chen, Jui-Cheng A and Peterchev, Angel V and Rothwell, John C. (2016). Effect of coil orientation on strength--duration time constant and I-wave activation with controllable pulse parameter transcranial magnetic stimulation. Clinical Neurophysiology, 127(1), 675--683.
DOI 10.1016/j.clinph.2015.05.017

Goetz, Stefan M and Luber, Bruce and Lisanby, Sarah H and Murphy, David LK and Kozyrkov, I Cassie and Grill, Warren M and Peterchev, Angel V. (2016). Enhancement of Neuromodulation with Novel Pulse Shapes Generated by Controllable Pulse Parameter Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation. Brain stimulation, 9(1), 39.
DOI 10.1016/j.brs.2015.08.013

Hannah, R and Ciocca, M and Sommer, M and Hammond, P and Rothwell, J. (2014). P1067: Continuous theta burst stimulation with monophasic pulses: effect of current direction. Clinical neurophysiology(125), S332--S333.
DOI 10.1016/S1388-2457(14)51096-6

Peterchev, Angel V and DʼOstilio, Kevin and Rothwell, John C and Murphy, David L. (2014). Controllable pulse parameter transcranial magnetic stimulator with enhanced circuit topology and pulse shaping. Journal of neural engineering, 11(5), 56023.
DOI 10.1088/1741-2560/11/5/056023

Peterchev, Angel V and Goetz, Stefan M and Westin, Gregory G and Luber, Bruce and Lisanby, Sarah H. (2013). Pulse width dependence of motor threshold and input--output curve characterized with controllable pulse parameter transcranial magnetic stimulation. Clinical Neurophysiology, 124(7), 1364--1372.
DOI 10.1016/j.clinph.2013.01.011

Peterchev, Angel V and Jalinous, Reza and Lisanby, Sarah H. (2007). A transcranial magnetic stimulator inducing near-rectangular pulses with controllable pulse width (cTMS). IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, 55(1), 257--266.
DOI 10.1109/TBME.2007.900540

Peterchev, Angel V and Murphy, David L and Lisanby, Sarah H. (2011). Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulator with Controllable Pulse Parameters. Journal of neural engineering, 8(3), 36016.
DOI 10.1088/1741-2560/8/3/036016

Peterchev, AV and Murphy, DL and Lisanby, SH. (2010). Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulator with controllable pulse parameters (cTMS). Conference proceedings:... Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. Annual Conference, 2010, 2922.
DOI 10.1109/IEMBS.2010.5626287

Sommer, M and Ciocca, M and Hannah, R and Hammond, P and Neef, N and Paulus, W and Rothwell, JC. (2014). P653: Intermittent theta burst stimulation inhibits human motor cortex when applied with mostly monophasic (anterior-posterior) pulses. Clinical neurophysiology(125), S228.
DOI 10.1016/S1388-2457(14)50747-X

Items marked with* are investigational devices and for research use only. CAUTION - Investigational Device. Limited by Federal (or United States) law to investigational use.