Neuralynx stores all data in our record files as A/D values. This means that any program you use that reads these files, will read the data in as A/D values by default, NOT volts. In order to convert these A/D values to volts, you need to view the header of the file in question and find the “-ADBitVolts” entry. This value will give you the number of volts for each bit increment in the A/D value. To convert to volts, simply multiply the A/D value by the ADBitVolts value.
Some Neuralynx programs (such as Neuraview) have an option to display data values as either A/D values or volts. See the Neuraview manual for more information. The input range of the Digital Lynx is +/- 132mV