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Gould interface

To interface a Gould transducer to BIOPAC hardware, you will need an interface cable from FOGG SYSTEM and a BIOPAC interface. Many BIOPAC interface options are supported. On the FOGG site, choose BIOPAC SYSTEMS as the “Monitor Manufacturer ” and then click the “Monitor Model” pop-down menu to see interface options (MP System interfaces are listed on the FOGG site, check the table below for BSL equivalents).

Interface

MP System

BSL System

Grass/Astromed (6 pin)

TCI100

BSL-TCI0

Beckman (5 pin)

TCI101

BSL-TCI1

WPI (8 pin)

TCI102

BSL-TCI2

Honeywell (6 pin)

TCI104

BSL-TCI4

Beckman (12 pin)

TCI106

BSL-TCI6

Nihon Koden (5 pin)

TCI107

BSL-TCI7

Fukuda (8 pin)

TCI109

BSL-TCI9

Gould (12-pin) interface (TCI110 and BSL-TCI10)
manufacture & support discontinued January 2008.

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