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CAP100C electrode connections

The following table shows the pin connnection scheme for the CAP100C.

Pin#

Placement

Color Wire

1

FP1

Brown

2

FP2

Brown

3

F3

Red

4

F4

Red

5

C3

Orange

6

C4

Orange

7

P3

Yellow

8

P4

Yellow

9

01

Green

10

02

Green

11

F7

Blue

12

F8

Blue

13

T3

Violet

14

T4

Violet

15

T5

Gray

16

 T6

Gray

17

 Gnd

White

18

 Cz

White 

19

Fz 

Black 

20

Pz

Black

The white and red touchproof connectors respectively designate the left and right hemispherical areas of the brain.  Furthemore, the odd and even placement numbers respectively designate the left and right hemispherical areas of the brain.

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