BIOPAC® Systems, Inc. Logo

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

The Gold Standard for Life Science Instruction

Biopac Student Lab Accessory

Request More Info
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.

See More...

BIOPAC Physiology Teaching Tools
View Spec PDF

Are You Looking for These?

Part #: SS55L
Categories: Transducers - Research, Transducers - Education
Subcategories: Feedback & Markers - Research, Feedback & Markers - Education

Alternatives
For the same Platform

Equivalents
With a different Platform

Spotlight On
StimTracker Event Marking

StimTracker Stimulus Presentation Marker Interface – USB

StimTracker Duo. StimTracker Quad MARK. SYNC. AUDIT. StimTracker Duo and Quad autonomously  detect the onset of events to avoid operating system delays. The Quad adds direct TTL output, support for vocal response onset (voice key), more light sensors, and the option to install a Raspberry Pi board. Onset of Auditory Stimuli – Pass the audio via StimTracker, set […]

View All
Latest News

Students Get Smart

Science Night at Adams Elementary (Santa Barbara, CA) encourages students to discover, play, explore and learn about the importance of science and engineering in daily life. BIOPAC set up a BioNomadix Wireless Smart Center to allow students to record their heart rate. Electrodes were placed on students and leads were connected to a wireless transmitter that sent data […]

New Citations | Stimulation and Mental Processing

Recent developments regarding electric stimulation and mental processing have lead to interesting developments in psychophysiology and physiological sciences. The following studies look at developments in how we potentially care for and understand solutions to issues with mental health, as well as new ways to monitor electrical stimulus on participants. The ventromedial prefrontal cortex (vmPFC) is […]

Read All
Request a Demonstration
Request a Demonstration