The Kinder Scientific Rotometer collects rotational data for up to 40 stations. Each station can be started independently so that data collection begins at the appropriate time for each subject. Output data include clockwise, counter-clockwise, full turn, and quarter turn for all subjects and does not have to be selected prior to beginning sessions. The Rotometer Model is used for traumatic brain injury, Parkinson’s, and spinal cord injuries. The Rotometer uses the widely used MotorMonitor application software that has become an industry standard for the collection of animal activity in GLP labs, Bio-tech companies, large Pharma and many universities around the globe.