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How do I set up my equipment?

BIOPAC Systems are intended to be modular, so there is a lot of freedom to connect different components together in different ways. In general, any way modules can fit together is ok. The restrictions, such as BioNomadix modules must go between the UIM100C and MP150, are enforced by the connections themselves. In that case, for instance, it is not possible to connect a BioNomadix receiver farther away from the MP150 than the UIM100C because the right side of the UIM100C and all modules that can be attached there has a slot for a banana plug where the BioNomadix modules have a D-SUB-25 connector. Aside from such issues, the order of attachment of different components is immaterial.

For additional information, please see our tutorial video on how to set up channels in AcqKnowledge.

This page last edited 19Jan2015

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