TriKinetics systems quantify animal movement over time, and can be used to measure circadian rhythm, sleep, longevity, social interaction, geotaxis, learning, phototaxis, and drug response in various species of flies, mosquitoes, bees, spiders, ants, cockroaches, beetles, moths, zooplankton, and fish, among others.
    Individuals or groups are placed in tubes, vials, or dishes, where they are continuously monitored for movement by simple and robust infrared beam arrays. The resulting data from as many as 3000 simultaneous activity channels, collected over periods of seconds, hours, days, or months, is uploaded periodically to a host Macintosh or Windows PC for archival storage and subsequent analysis.
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Product Data Sheets Data Acquisition Software
DAM2 Activity Monitor DAMSystem3 Software Data Sheet
DAM5M Activity Monitor QuickStart Guide
MB5 Multibeam Monitor (Macintosh)
LAM10/16/25/50 Activity Monitor (Windows)
DPM Population Monitor USB Drivers
DEnM Environment Monitor
DEM Eclosion Monitor Analysis Software
PSIU9 Power Supply Interface FaasX, Rouyer & Boudinot
LC4 Light Controller ActogramJ, Schmid & Yoshii
  pySolo, Gilestro & Cirelli
File Scan Software SCAMP 2019v2, Vecsey (Macintosh) ShinyR-DAM, Cichewicz & Hirsh (Windows) Rethomics, Geissmann & Gilestro
  ClockLab, Ferster et al
MB5 MultiBeam Software (Macintosh) (Windows)

TriKinetics Inc, Waltham, MA USA

Manufacturer of the Drosophila Activity Monitor