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Input Adapter – MP36/35 or Research Amps

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Input Adapter - MP36/35 or Research Amps
Part #: BSLCBL14A

3.5 mm phone plug cable with a built-in attenuation.

  • Provides a divide by 10 attenuation to scale the ±10 V signal range of BIOPAC’s 100 series modules to the ±2 V (MP36) or ±1 V (MP35) device input ranges
  • Identical to discontinued BSLCBL14 but with higher resistor values for increased accuracy in voltage conversion
  • Interface with MP3X, MP45, or BIOPAC 100 series research amplifiers through a connection to either the UIM100 or the IPS100C Isolated Power Supply.
  • Add to the OXYSSH-SYS Human Oximetry System to access auxiliary “Status” output
  • Not compatible with MP30

Safety note: All modules connected to UIM/IPS must be properly isolated if any other MP35/MP36 channels are connected directly to a human subject.

BSL to Research Amplifier Input Adapter
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