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Interfacing third-party amplifiers

If you have an existing amplifier or other piece of equipment that provides an analog signal in the ±10 volt range, you can connect the signal directly to the UIM100C by using one of the CBL100 series connection cables. We also offer signal isolators for those amplifiers that do not offer an isolated output. These analog signal isolators are used to connect mains powered external laboratory equipment to the MP System when the system also connects to electrodes attached to humans.  For details on the safety and signal quality concerns, see Galvanic isolation guidelines for the MP150 system.

BIOPAC does make custom cables to interface with equipment that we do not have existing cables for. Consult your regional sales representative for further information about custom cable options.

 

Page last modified 29Dec2014

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