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STMISOLA interface for MP36/36R

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Arbitrary stimulus outout
Part #: OUT5

This DSUB9 to 3.5 mm mono jack interface allows the MP36/MP36R to be used with the STMISOLA Isolated Linear Stimulator for arbitrary stimulus output.

The 1 m interface connects the MP36/MP36R Analog Out port and the STMISOLA 3.5 mm Mono plug/cable.

Works with

  • MP36 with BSL 4.1.2 or above
  • MP36R with AcqKnowledge 4.4.2 or above
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Part #: OUT5
Categories: Stimulation - Education, Stimulation - Research
Subcategories: Stimulus Presentation - Education, Stimulus Presentation - Research

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