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High Frame Rate Camera System for tight sync with data now available

With the CAM-HFR-A system from BIOPAC you can record high-frame rate video (at up to 100 fps) tightly synchronized with physiological data from your existing MP150 Research System.

The system connects to a Windows PC via included Ethernet card and is controlled through the Media Menu in AcqKnowledge 4.3.1 or above.

AcqKnowledge software generates an analog output signal (automatically controlled via stimulator) to drive the camera. The sync pulse is set in the software by adjusting the frame rate (up to 100 fps).

Watch the tutorial now to learn more!

Product Page: CAM-HFR-A

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