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8-Ch Marker Box, Digital I/O, BSL

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8-Ch Marker Box, Digital I/O, BSL
Part #: SS55L

Use for remote event marketing or to externally trigger data acquisition for psychophysiological response tests. Monitor switch data as a digital input channel. Interface with the I/O port on the rear of the MP36/35 unit for digital input.

Independently mark events, or provide responses, on up to eight channels simultaneously. Assign separate digital channels as event markers for individual analog input channels. Easily customize the switch indicators by inserting parameters into the label sleeve on the front of the unit.

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Subcategories: Feedback & Markers - Education, Feedback & Markers - Research

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