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LabView interface

It is possible to use LabView® with the either the MP150, MP36* or MP35 hardware. The BIOPAC Hardware API gives software developers control over the BIOPAC acquisition unit – MP150 Ethernet/UDP protocol or MP35 USB. The hardware API includes several example programs specifically for LabView®. BHAPI will function, and has been tested, up to LabView v8.2.

*New features for the MP36 will not be supported, such as Analog Out built-in stimulator, headphone port, and Gain x5.

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