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High Field Fiber Optic Temperature
Part #: FOTS200

Stand-alone High Field Fiber Optic Temperature System

The FOTS200 is a single-channel* AccuSens signal conditioner specifically designed for measuring physiological temperature. Interface with TSD380 and TSD381 transducers for high field strength MRI applications.

  • 20 Hz sampling rate
  • RS-232 output interface
  • ±5 V analog output
  • AC wall adapter

This is a stand-alone system, but it can also be interfaced to BIOPAC Data Acquisition Systems; ships with BIOPAC interface cables CBL122, CBL102, and CBL106 to interface one channel to MP160, MP150, or MP100 Research Systems. Click “Details” tab for more information.

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Part #: FOTS200
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Subcategories: Amplifier Modules - Research

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The FOTS200 ships with BIOPAC CBL122, CBL102, and CBL106.

  • CBL106 + CBL102 + CBL122 can be used to connect to either an AMI/HLT or UIM module.
    • Optional cable combination for AMI100D/HLT100C is CBL106 + CBL123 (not included).
  • For the multiple channels for the COM/ground connection, users can “stack” the black common pins of multiple CBL106.
  • If a user is using more than one temperature sensor, they will need one of those cable combinations per temperature channel being recorded.

The analog output parameters comprise the scale factor and the offset. The scale factor corresponds to the physical unit per Volt (unit/V) output by the system, while the offset corresponds to the physical value at which the user wants the analog output to be at zero volt. For example, with a scale factor set to 10 °C / V and the offset set to 5 °C, the temperature as a function of the analog output voltage is given by:

Temperature = [Voltage output] x 10 °C / V + 5 °C

The default value of the scale factor is 50 °C / V (or its equivalent in °F) and the default value of the offset is 0 °C (or its equivalent in °F).

During a No Signal condition, constant values are output as follows: analog output value = 0 Volt, RS-232 serial ports = 65 536.0.

For more details, please see the complete FOTS200 User Manual, available under the Support tab.

*FOTS200 includes a single-channel AccuSens signal conditioner but 4 and 8 channel modules are available—contact BIOPAC to discuss.

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