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AcqKnowledge 5 Software Guide

Version:

5.0.5 | 09.13.2019

Description:

thumb drive installation and license keysThis manual covers current release AcqKnowledge 5 software features for use with an MP160 System, MP150 System, MP36R System, BioNomadix Logger, Mobita, Stellar, or BioHarness.

General software setup—analog, digital, and calculation channel parameters along with acquisition parameters such as sampling rate, duration, and storage options—as well as automated routines, measurements, transformations, and display properties are discussed. Appendix sections cover filter characteristics, specialized analysis protocols, automated scoring routines, etc.

“Licensed feature” details are provided for Actigraphy, Baroreflex Sensitivity, Pressure-Volume Loops, Network Data Transfer (NDT), BIOPAC Basic Scripting, and Vibromyography.

If the application you desire is not addressed in this manual, you may find it covered in one of our many Application Notes.

AcqKnowledge OS Compatibility

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