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Amplifiers & Interfaces

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MP systems offer features to support nearly every physiological recording scenario. The following advanced features apply to the application you selected.

If you don't see an Advanced Feature that interests you, please contact BIOPAC so we can identify the best solution for your particular need.

Automated Noninvasive Blood Pressure – Human

The NIBP100D Noninvasive Blood Pressure System automatically records noninvasive blood pressure. The NIBP100D system attaches to the fingers of a human subject to output a continuous noninvasive arterial pressure (CNAP) signal. The system will work for short and long-term studies that demand several hours of monitoring. Combine the blood pressure signal with a variety of […]

Automatically Control External Equipment

Use the digital I/O lines on the MP System to drive multiple stimulating devices—control lights, buzzers, relays and solenoids. Drive solid-state relays directly from the I/O lines to control high-powered external devices. Use the on-line Calculation channels to create synchronization and control channel outputs.

Common Interface Connections

To interface external devices to the UIM100C for use with an MP System, choose the BIOPAC cable that matches your existing connector type. 3.5 mm mini-phone jack connector requires a CBL100 BNC female connector requires a CBL102 4 mm Double Banana jack connector requires a CBL102 with a CBL106 1/4″ phone jack (6.3 mm) connector […]

Connect to MP150 Systems

The MP system plus BIOPAC amplifiers act as a complete, fully-isolated life science data acquisition system. The MP150 system includes a wide range of physiological amplifiers for wireless, tethered and MRI applications. The system includes electrical stimulation, stimulus presentation options, and a virtual reality interface.  The system interfaces via Ethernet to provide a flexible data […]

Connecting BIOPAC to Third-party Equipment

BIOPAC amplifiers will connect to third-party data acquisition systems, oscilloscopes and chart recording equipment. Use the Isolated Power Supply (IPS100C) to power up to 16 BIOPAC amplifier modules. Snap amplifier modules onto the side of the IPS100C. Use CBL100 series cables to connect to amplifier outputs on the front panel of the IPS100C. The IPS100C […]

Interface With Third-Party Transducers

To use existing transducers with the DA100C General-purpose Transducer Amplifier, consider the Transducer Connector Interfaces (TCIs). The TCIs plug directly into the DA100C amplifier and present the appropriate mating connector to a wide variety of transducer types. For unusual transducers, use the TCIKIT to create a customized interface.

Isolated Inputs and Outputs

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 […]

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Optimize Event-Related EDA

Electrodermal Activity (EDA) is an objective index for understanding emotional states. Researchers measure EDA to gain insights on psychological or physiological response, leading them down the path of scientific discovery. Because EDA is so important to research, BIOPAC has created tools to optimize event-related EDA analysis. Topics include: how to identify skin conductance responses, convert stim events from E-Prime SuperLab, Presentation, Vizard, etc., into AcqKnowledge events that can used for analysis, and score skin conductance responses using the AcqKnowledge automated EDA analysis tool.

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New Citations | BIOPAC in NIBP Studies

NIRS and CNAP—Pairing great tools for great data Cerebral hemoglobin concentration (blood mass in the brain) is frequently measured in the prefrontal cortex, and systemic arterial blood pressure is known to be a variable factor based on the hemoglobin concentration. A leg pressure cuff was used to constrict and release blood flow to create a […]

Electrocardiography Guide Now Available

BIOPAC’s just released Introductory ECG Guide addresses fundamental to advanced concerns to optimize electrocardiography data recording and analysis. Topics include: ECG Complex; Electrical and Mechanical Sequence of a Heartbeat; Systole and Diastole; Configurations for Lead I, Lead II, Lead III, 6-lead ECG, 12-lead ECG, precordial leads; Ventricular Late Potentials (VLPs); ECG Measurement Tools; Automated Analysis Routines […]

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