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.
Compatible with AcqKnowledge 5.0.5 or greater and BLACK B-Alert X10 or X24 headsets; not compatible with older silver headsets.
The ESU is helpful if a user is synchronizing with stimulus presentation systems and doesn’t have an MP160 System.
If an MP160 system is in use at the same time, it’s recommended to use the STP100D to interface with the stimulus presentation system and the CBLX10 to sync the B-ALERT X10/X24 to the MP160.
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.
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.”
Join BIOPAC to learn about Argus ETVision eye tracking glasses and how to integrate with AcqKnowledge software.
You will learn: – How to optimize the glasses setup – How to use the glasses for in-lab and mobile applications – How to import and synchronize logged data from the glasses – How to analyze the data using ETAnalysis – How to create Moving and Live Areas of Interest – How to extract eye tracking measurements in AcqKnowledge with physiological data
Discovering and understanding what motivates humans to produce better results has intrigued many researchers. Many researchers have explored the psychophysiological processes that drive our behavior. Here are some recent studies that have used BIOPAC systems to research motivation… Motivation and Pleasure Deficits Undermine the Benefits of Social Affiliation in Psychosis. Blanchard, J. J., Smith, J. […]
Eye tracking technology has come a long way and has enabled researchers to conduct mobile experiments and track participants in real world scenarios. These featured studies demonstrate some of the use cases for mobile eye tracking technology. Here are some recent studies that have used BIOPAC systems for eye tracking research… Drivers’ gaze patterns when resuming […]