D110 Cone Coil
D110 Cone Coil (DCC)
  • Increased depth of magnetic field compared to double and single coils

  • Product confidence, from use in over 1000 published research papers

  • Compatible with all Magstim research stimulators

In 1992, Magstim created the first commercially available double cone coil (DCC). As the leading choice, Magstim’s double cone coils have been used in more than 1400 research publications*. The large angled, circular windings of the DCC significantly increase magnetic coupling and depth of magnetic field, compared to double and single coils. The DCC is compatible with all Magstim research stimulators.

*Based on Google Scholar search ‘Magstim double cone coil’

Rapid2 (Standard)
Super Rapid2
Super Rapid2 Plus1
Coil Cable Length
1.8 – 2m

A. Average inductance only. This should not be taken as the exact inductance of individual coils.

Not all companies measure field dynamics, strengths, coil dimensions etc in the same way.
For specific coil information please contact us directly. 

Illustrative example(s) of the magnetic field intensity and distribution

Example studies using the Magstim DCC

Dharmadasa, T., Matamala, J. M., Howells, J., Simon, N. G., Vucic, S., & Kiernan, M. C. (2019). The effect of coil type and limb dominance in the assessment of lower-limb motor cortex excitability using TMS. Neuroscience letters, 699, 84-90.

Harmer, C. J., Thilo, K. V., Rothwell, J. C., & Goodwin, G. M. (2001). Transcranial magnetic stimulation of medial–frontal cortex impairs the processing of angry facial expressions. Nature neuroscience, 4(1), 17.

Hayward, G., Goodwin, G. M., & Harmer, C. J. (2004). The role of the anterior cingulate cortex in the counting Stroop task. Experimental brain research, 154(3), 355-358.

Naro, A., Leo, A., Bramanti, P., & Calabrò, R. S. (2015). Moving toward conscious pain processing detection in chronic disorders of consciousness: anterior cingulate cortex neuromodulation. The Journal of Pain, 16(10), 1022-1031.

Prashad, S., Dedrick, E. S., To, W. T., Vanneste, S., & Filbey, F. M. (2019). Testing the role of the posterior cingulate cortex in processing salient stimuli in cannabis users: an rTMS study. European Journal of Neuroscience, 50(3), 2357-2369.

The papers listed above are publicly available and not endorsed by Magstim. Magstim did not engage in generating, or editing this scientific content. Scientific content remains the intellectual property of the authors.

Users in the USA: CAUTION: Investigational device. Limited by Federal (or United States) Law to investigational use. In accordance with US federal regulations an IDE and/or IRB approval may be required.