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Channel Inputs+Analog Outputs for MP160 DAQ
Part #: AMI100D

The Amplifier Input Module is used to connect Smart Amplifiers and other high-level transducers to an MP160 System. It allows for up to 16 Smart Amplifiers or other input signals to be connected. The AMI100D includes additional smart functionality to communicate with Smart Amplifiers and identify the raw signal (such as ECG) and the pre-configured derived signal options (such as BP).

  • Any signals from external equipment that are connected to the AMI100D must use an INISOA for proper isolation for subjects connected to Smart Amplifiers.
  • BioNomadix receivers, STP100C, and STM100C may be connected to the left-hand side of the AMI100D.
  • Output Interface CBL237 (Y adapter) connects directly to the RJ ports on the front of the AMI100D.
  • C-series modules may be connected to the right-hand side of the AMI100D and if used in conjunction with Smart Amplifiers, they should be set to channels that are not in use by Smart Amplifiers, which occupy an entire analog channel and two signals may not share the same channel.

Effective April 2019, one (1) AMI100D is included with each new MP160 System.

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Compatibility


High-level output transducers and adapters connect to the AMI100D via standard RJ type connectors. Transducers and adapters that interface with the AMI100D module include:

  • TSD109C3/J1 Tri-axial Accelerometers
  • TSD111A Heel/Toe Strike Transducer
  • TSD115 Variable Assessment Transducer
  • TSD150A/B Active Electrodes
  • INISOA Adapter – Input Signal Isolator
  • OUTISOA Adapter – Output Signal Isolator
  • CBL237 Output Interface  (Y adapter)
  • DTU100 Digital Trigger Unit (MRI Synchronization)
  • STP100C Isolated Digital Interface
  • STM100C Stimulus Module for Pulse & Waveform Output

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 INISOA adapter to connect to MP160 analog system inputs and the OUTISOA adapter to connect to analog system outputs.

Specifications

Modular Jacks: Channel Inputs 1-16; Analog Outputs 0-1

Ground (GND) for any custom high-level transducers: Pin 2 of the RJ12 connector
Smart Amp Communication: Pin 5

Compatibility: To enable full communications with Smart Amplifiers, the AMI100D must be used with an MP160 that is running firmware version 2.1.0 or higher.

Important! AMI100D cannot physically be used with an IPS100C or an MP150+UIM combination. IPS100C and MP150 require HLT100C-MP150.

Dimensions: 7 cm x 11 cm x 19 cm

Weight: 540 g

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