The Nerve Chamber can be connected to biopotential amplifiers and/or a stimulator.
Biopotential amplifiers (MCE100C, ERS100C, or EMG100C) connect via
three JUMP100 connectors and three CBL200 adapter cables
or, for additional lead length, one MEC110C extension cable
Stimulator (STM100C) connects via
one CBL106 and one CBL102
Important—If the STM100C Stimulator is used with a biopotential amplifier on the same nerve, which is nearly always the case, make sure that the black lead of the CBL106 (stimulation negative) is connected to the same pin as the ground lead going to the biopotential amplifier. This is easy to do because the design of the JUMP100 allows stacking connections.
For further details, check the MP Hardware Guide, which is also available under the AcqKnowledge HELP menu.
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