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Isolated Inputs and Outputs

Isolated Input and Output Options

This option is highly recommended when interfacing third-party (non-BIOPAC) mains powered equipment to an MP system. Use the HLT100C module with INISO and OUTISO signal isolators to provide the interface. The INISO and OUTISO isolators plug directly into any of the 16 analog channels on the HLT100C module and incorporate a 3.5 mm phone jack for signal input or output connections. Select the appropriate analog connection cable to connect to your external equipment

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