Ambu® Neuroline 700

Ambu® Neuroline 700 is a conductive, self adhesive electrode with a special "duck foot" design, which ensures that the electrode stays in place even if the lead wire is pulled.


  • checkSolid gel makes it repositionable
  • checkWell defined sensor area ensures easy reproduction of results
  • checkSpecial design prevents the electrode from falling off if wire is pulled
  • checkSmall - makes it easy to apply on the face
  • checkAg/AgCl ensures a good signal
  • checkNo risk of cross-contamination
  • checkUseful for examinations of children due to its small size and flexible material

General information

It is easily repositioned, enabling technicians to locate the best recording site without leaving messy gel deposits to be wiped off.

Since the electrode has a well defined measuring area, recording conditions can be accurately reproduced. There is no risk of cross-contamination and the need for costly maintenance has been eliminated.

Patient comfort is of the utmost importance. Both the sensor and the lead wire on the Ambu Neuroline 700 are made of a soft and flexible material that keeps irritation to a minimum and ensures that the patient is not uncomfortable from sleeping on a hard electrode and lead wire.

The electrode offers a high degree of patient comfort which is essential, as an optimal test result depends on the patient getting undisturbed sleep.   


Ambu Neuroline 700 is available with a thin and soft lead wire. The lengths of the lead wire vary from 10 cm to 200 cm, and are available with three different connector types to match different types and brands of equipment.

Ambu Neuroline 700 with lead wire lengths of 100 cm (40"), 150 cm (60") and 200 cm (80") comes with coloured lead wires in series of red, green, black and white. 

Spare parts

There are no spare parts or accessories for this product.



file_download Ambu Neuroline 700 Datasheet
(214.69 KB - pdf)

Instructions for use

file_download IFU EMG Electrodes V04 2020/02
(1.65 MB - pdf)

Supplementary Information

file_download Symbol Explanation
(1.22 MB - pdf)

July 2013

Note: Rx Only