Magstim Rapid2

The Rapid² is ideal for a wide variety of research fields, as well as therapeutic applications. In addition, the Magstim Rapid2 can also deliver single pulse stimulation protocols.

The system is available for 230V or 110V supply.

The Rapid² is ideal for researchers studying rTMS effects in the following applications:

  • Cognitive neuroscience
  • Psychiatry
  • Neurophysiology
  • Rehabilitation

With all the usual benefits of a Magstim product, including reliability, simplicity and speed of set up, the Rapid² also features a unique temperature prediction algorithm that gives users a high degree of confidence that a protocol can be achieved.

For an overview of all clinical applications please refer to our Clinical Modulation pages.

Stimulation characteristics

Magstim Rapid2
  • Psychiatry

    rTMS is a key research tool in the field of psychiatry.  It is also has potential for alleviating other conditions including MDD, migraine, neuropathic pain and some psychiatric illnesses. Read more

  • Rehabilitation

    TMS is used in the investigation and treatment of several neurological disorders.  It is particularly useful in meeting the challenges of monitoring and modulating neural processes during recovery from stroke.  Read more

  • Cognitive Neuroscience

    TMS is one of the most important tools in modern cognitive neuroscience. It allows researchers to interfere with brain processes in specific areas at specific times. This capability opens up the possibility of improving functions with magnetic stimulation and has yielded a great deal of knowledge about interaction between brain areas. Read more

  • Neuroscience

    Whilst much research is conducted with magnetic stimulation to discover how the brain and neural systems work, neuroscience can bring greater insight into what magnetic stimulation itself does. This helps inform practitioners of the safety and efficacy of transcranial magnetic stimulation, and is useful in the development of treatments. Read more

  • Research techniques

    Magnetic stimulation can be used in conjunction with other major techniques in physiology, cognition and basic neuroscience. This includes PET, fMRI, EEG, eye-tracking, tDCS, single unit recording and in neurotransmitter binding studies. Read more