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Generate or respond to a TTL synchronizing signal

Stroboscope MP
Part #: TSD122A, TSD122C

See TSD122 Setup for details on connecting to an MP System. The TSD122 stroboscope connects directly to the UIM100C or STM100C module for single pass or averaging type visual evoked response applications. The stroboscope can be set up to either generate or respond to a TTL synchronizing signal for data acquisition. The TSD122 is battery-operated and will operate from zero to 12,000 flashes a minute. Includes cables CBL100, CBL102 and CBL106 for interfacing with the MP System.

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Stroboscope for MP150 Systems
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The TSD122 Stroboscope can be used with an MP100 or MP150 System to:
  • Synchronize the stroboscope to an averaging pass.
  • Trigger the stroboscope during acquisition or during an averaging pass.
  • Trigger an acquisition or an averaging pass with the stroboscope.
  • Use a digital input to acquire the signal synchronized with the stroboscope.
  • Use an analog input to acquire the signal synchronized with the stroboscope.

To use the TSD122 Stroboscope with a BSL or MP36R unit, order as TSD122C (includes BSLCBL5); see BSL PRO Lesson H22 Visual Evoked Potentials for setup guidelines.




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