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B-Alert X10 to Analog Out

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B-Alert X10 to Analog Out
Part #: CBLX10

CBLX10 is required to use B-Alert X10 with the “Master Sync Device” mode available in AcqKnowledge 4.3 or above. Use this cable to connect the analog output of an MP Research System to the EKG input of an ABM B-Alert X10 headset. The cable allows for the injection of signals that may be used to align data recordings between the two independent units. CBLX10 provides both signal attenuation and isolation between the MP unit and the B-Alert headset.

Interface HLT100C/MP160 (requires included adapter CBL122) or UIM100C/MP150.

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CBLX10 connect wireless EEG to BIOPAC
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Part #: CBLX10
Categories: B-Alert Wireless EEG with Cognitive State Metrics - Research
Subcategories: B-Alert System Accessories - Research

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Set up Linked Acquisitions and choose “Use the master synchronization” to pair and synchronize data obtained during linked MP150 and B-Alert X10 acquisitions; this is the only configuration where the Master Sync Device radio button is active.

Cable length is 2 m from case to UIM100C connection and 2 m from case to B-Alert connection.

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