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High-level Transducer Module

Interface Module for High-Level Output Transducers

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High-level Transducer Module
Part #: HLT100C

MP160 Research Systems include an HLT100C Rev 2 module for connecting 100C-series amplifiers, high level output transducers, and signal cables. Up to 16 transducers can be connected to a single HLT100C. The HLT100C module is also used to connect mains powered external equipment to the MP160 System when the system also connects to electrodes attached to humans.

HLT100C Rev 2

  • Provides isolation options without the need for additional modules
  • Adds flexibility by providing optional 5 V power to every analog input
  • Products that interface with the UIM will now interface with the HLT100C
  • For access to digital I/O channels and external triggering, customers are required to use the Isolated STP100C
  • Connect directly to INISO/OUTISO to isolate signals from external equipment without extra required hardware (MP150 users previously had to purchase the HLT separately). Isolation is recommended for subject safety to connect external equipment when wired biopotential amplifiers are being used.
  • Customers that do not require isolation, such as animal researchers (depending on protocol) or if only wireless BioNomadix systems are in use, may choose from a variety of unisolated cables and adapters to interface with external equipment.

Important! HLT100C “Rev 2” units, shipped with MP160 Systems and indicated on the part#/barcode label, cannot physically be used with an IPS100C or an MP150+UIM combination. IPS100C and MP150 users should order HLT100C-MP150.

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Part #: HLT100C
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The HLT100C is similar in function to the UIM100C, but also provides power to the transducer when making a connection.

To provide the maximum in subject safety and isolation, use electrically isolated signal adapters to connect mains powered external equipment (i.e. chart recorders, oscilloscopes, etc.) to the MP System. Use the INISO adapter to connect to MP analog system inputs and the OUTISO adapter to connect to analog system outputs.

High level output transducers and adapters connect to the HLT100C via standard 6 pin RJ11 type connectors. Transducers and adapters that presently require the HLT100C module are:

  • TSD109C/F Tri-axial Accelerometers
  • TSD111A Heel/Toe Strike Transducer
  • TSD115 Variable Assessment Transducer
  • TSD150A/B Active Electrodes
  • INISO Adapter – Input Signal Isolator
  • OUTISO Adapter – Output Signal Isolator
  • DTU100 Digital Trigger Unit (MRI Synchronization)

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