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SMart Amp ECG
Part #: EDA100D

Easily record great electrodermal activity (EDA, GSR) data. BIOPAC’s new Smart Amplifiers are designed for great data. Smart Amplifiers improve performance by amplifying the physiological signal close to the subject, which allows a high-level voltage connection to the data acquisition system and reduces noise artifact.

AcqKnowledge Smart Amp setup includes guides and prompts to prevent errors. Plus, channels are automatically set to be plotted and included in input values display, with the initial visual range set to the min/max input range for that Smart Amplifier signal type, in appropriate units.

Connect short-cable leads BN-EDA-LEAD2 or BN-EDA25-LEAD2 from the proven BN Series of accessories and use with disposable EL507 EDA electrodes. The total length of the assembly is 4 meters, and Smart Amps easily attach to a subject’s body with included self-adhering straps or clips.

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Categories: Smart Amplifiers - Research, Amplifiers - Research
Subcategories: Transducer Amplifiers - Research

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Reduced wiring in Smart Amp setups reduces ambient and common mode noise, increases comfort, and improves the group dynamic!

Smart Amplifiers connect to an MP160 Research System via an Amplifier Interface Module (AMI100D); Smart Amps are not compatible with MP150, MP100, HLT100C, or MP36R devices. For output, add CBL235 with INISO or similar. AcqKnowledge Smart Amp setup includes guides and prompts to prevent errors. Plus, channels are automatically set to be plotted and included in input values display, with the initial visual range set to the min/max input range for the Smart Amplifier signal type, in appropriate units. AcqKnowledge 5.1 and above support Smart Amp functionality.

AcqKnowledge Smart Amp setupAuto-detect signal type & offer derived measures

Green: configured & detected

Red: configured but not found

White: available

Dashed: unavailable (used by another analog input)

For quick access to Smart Amp options, click the CH# box.

 

 

Use with:

Mini-pinch leads, two-lead or three-lead in 15 cm, 30 cm, or 45 cm

BN-EL15-LEAD2BN-EL30-LEAD2 BN-EL45-LEAD2
BN-EL15-LEAD3 BN-EL30-LEAD3 BN-EL45-LEAD3

Touchproof adapters, 15 cm, sockets accept TP leads

BN-ADAPT-TP2 (+,-) BN-ADAPT-TP3 (+. -, GND)

Electrodes: vinyl or cloth, pre-gelled or dry

EL500 series disposable electrodes

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Integrating BIOPAC Research Systems | Data Acquisition & Analysis

Automated ECG Analysis- Lead II

BIOPAC Research Solutions | ECG

Classify Heartbeats

EL-CHECK Electrode Impedance Checker

Marking and Interpolating Segments

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