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High-level Transducer Interface
Part #: HLT100C-MP150

The HLT100C-MP150 interface module connects high level output transducers to the MP150 System or IPS100C Isolated Power Supply.

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

The HLT100C-MP150 module provides 16 input and 2 output channels. The HLT100C-MP150 is similar in function to the UIM100C Universal Interface Module, but it also provides power to the transducer when making a connection.\

High level output transducers and adapters connect to the HLT100C-MP150 via standard 6 pin RJ11 type connectors. Transducers and adapters that presently require the HLT100C-MP150 module are:

TSD109 C/F: Tri-axial Accelerometers
TSD111A Heel/Toe Strike Transducer
TSD115 Variable Assessment Transducer
TSD116 A/B/C: Switches and Markers
TSD150 A/B: Active Electrodes
INISO Input Signal Isolator
OUTISO Output Signal Isolator
DTU100 Digital Trigger Unit (MRI Synchronization)
NIBP-MRI Noninvasive Blood Pressure for MR

Alternatively, the HLT100C-MP150 module can be used to connect mains powered external equipment to the MP150 System when the system also connects to electrodes attached to humans.

 

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HLT100C for MP150 or IPS100C
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IMPORTANT USAGE NOTE

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.


Connect the Digital and Analog cables from the MP150 directly to the HLT100C-MP150, then connect the UIM100C to the HLT100C-MP150. The HLT100C-MP150 module must be connected on the left side of the UIM100C module. This allows the use of other amplifier modules with the UIM100C while the HLT100C-MP150 is connected.

High level output transducers (e.g., TSD109 Tri-Axial Accelerometer) or active electrodes (e.g., TSD150A Active Electrode) connect via the 16 analog RJ11 jacks on the front of the HLT100C-MP150. Up to 16 analog channels can be used at the same time, as long as there are no other analog channels in use by the UIM100C module or by other BIOPAC modules.

Note: If active electrodes are used, it may be necessary to attach a single ground lead to the UIM100C via the GND A terminal on the back of the module.

IMPORTANT!

If contention exists, the channel data will be corrupted. For example, if four channels [Ch.1-4] were in use by the UIM100C, then only 12 channels [Ch. 5-16] could be used by the HLT100C-MP150. See the Hardware Guide or Specifications PDF for setup notes for external devices and channel contention issues.

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