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Human-safe Stimulator 0-100 V

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Human-safe Stimulator 0-100 V
Part #: STMHUM

The STMHUM is a direct, human-safe stimulator that provides pulse output in the range of 0-100 V.

The maximum width pulse that can be generated is limited to 2 ms by hardware, ensuring the STMHUM meets all stimulator safety standards.

The ergonomic design allows the user to focus on the electrode placement instead of worrying about holding the electrode.

  • Subjects depress the red safety switch to allow the software-controlled stimulus presentation through.
  • To stop the stimulus, Subjects simply remove their thumb from the switch and the electrode shuts off.
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Stimulator 0-100 V via DB9
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direct stimulationThe STMHUM works through the MP36/36R and eliminates the need for an external stimulator device—use as a cost-effective alternative for the HSTM01+BSLSTMB/A hardware combination.

BIOPAC software (BSL 4.1.1 or above, or AcqKnowledge) allows for the voltage to be specified directly along with pulse frequencies. Set parameters using MP Menu > Output Control > Human Stimulator – STMHUM:

STMHUM OUtput Controls

The 3 m cable terminates in a DB9 connector to interface the “Analog out” port on MP36 and MP36R units; not compatible with MP35 or MP30 units.

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