The optional B-Alert ESU is a multi-channel external synchronization unit that features serial + parallel ports and serves as a communication interface between the B-Alert X10 or X24 device and a computer. It allows for precise synchronization of data between the B-Alert hardware and other third-party data acquisition devices.
The B-Alert X10 and X24 mobile-wireless EEG systems deliver real-time measurements for a variety of research and engineering applications, including closed-loop performance monitoring and simulation training; HCI design assessment; situational awareness and team dynamics monitoring; tools for productivity and training enhancement; and fatigue management.
The B-Alert X10/X24 Wireless EEG systems are an ideal platform for adding neuroscience to any study in real-world or simulated environments.
Compatible with AcqKnowledge 5.0.5 or greater and BLACK B-Alert X10 or X24 headsets; not compatible with older silver headsets.
Before configuring the ESU settings, the ESU must be paired with the B-Alert unit via a Bluetooth connection.
B-Alert headsets are shipped paired to either a B-Alert Dongle or an ESU. If the pairing is lost, the devices must be re-synced using the “Sync” option in the B-Alert Live software’s “Operations” menu.
For more information, click the spec sheet above, see “Sync Device” troubleshooting in the “B-Alert with AcqKnowledge Quick Guide” or the “B-Alert Manual.”
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