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Cbl Calibrate 2mm B series
Part #: CBLCAL, CBLCALC

This cable incorporates a precision 1/1,000 signal attenuator to verify the signal calibration of any BIOPAC Series 100/100C biopotential amplifiers or the DA100C general-purpose amplifier.  Plugs into the input and connects to UIM100C D/A output 0 or 1; CBLCALC includes adapter CBL122 for connection to HLT100C.

To verify the frequency response and gain settings, create a stimulus signal with AcqKnowledge and monitor the output.

Amplifier specification tests are performed at the factory before shipping, but Calibration Cables can ensure peace of mind by permitting precise frequency response and gain calibrations for exact measurements.

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