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Eye Tracking Scene Camera, Binoc
Part #: EYEFRAMESCENEBI, EYEFRAMESCENEMO

These eye tracking systems utilize ArringtonResearch® technology and includes cable required to interface to a BIOPAC MP System—MP150 or MP100 data acquisition unit and AcqKnowledge software.

Choose Monocular or Binocular ViewPoint PC-60 Scene Camera with EyeFrame hardware.

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Categories: Eye Tracking - Research
Subcategories: Scene Camera - Research

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  • USB capture device
  •  ViewPoint PC-60 software scene camera—record vertical position, horizontal position, pupil size, etc. (monocular or binocular option enabled based on product selection)
  • Either One or Two eye camera and illuminator systems mounted to the EyeFrame hardware
    •  EyeFrame hardware includes eye camera and illuminator system and either a color 70º horizontal field of view scene camera or a black and white 60º horizontal field of view scene camera
  • Universal power supply with country specific adaptor and 10 M video and power cable.
  • Waist pack cable holder (not shown)
  •  Analog output (4 channels)—real-time analog voltage signals
    • 4-Channel 12-Bit Analog Output Board with 48-Bits of Digital I/O
    • AnalogOut software for use with ViewPoint PC-6
    • 2′ 100 Pin High Density Connector to 2 50 Pin IDC
    • 50 Pin Universal Screw Terminal and screws
    • TTL capabilities
  • Interface cables to MP System: CBL100 x 4 and CBLEPM x 4
    • Use the full power of the MP Research System and AcqKnowledge software.
    • To record biopotential signals in the same record while maintaining subject isolation, add an HLT100C and one INISO for each eye track channel.
See product specifications PDF for more key features and technical specifications.

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