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Input adapter, isolated BNC for MP36/35
Part #: SS70LA, SS71L, SS9LA

ANALOG INPUTS FOR MP36/35/30/45
BNC Input

These BNC input adapters are required when connecting isolated (or un-isolated) third party devices (i.e., amplifiers, chart recorders, or signal generators) while electrodes, attached to human Subjects, are connected to other input channels.  Use to send signals from other devices to be recorded by a Biopac Student Lab System or a Research System with AcqKnowledge.

SS70LA—Isolated input for MP36/36R, MP35 and MP45; Signal range:  ±10 V

SS71L—Isolated input for MP30; Signal range ±10 V

SS9LA—Un-isolated input for MP36/36R, 35 and 45; Signal range MP36/36R/45: ±20 V or MP35:  ±10 V

 

SAFETY NOTE: Since all MP inputs share a common isolated ground,
connecting an un-isolated device to any channel voids the isolation for
all channels and exposes the Subject to possible shock hazards.

 

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