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Interface SS to DA100C

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Interface SS to DA100C
Part #: TCI114

Transducer connector interface TCI114 is an adapter for BIOPAC SS series “Smart Sensor” transducers* to interface with the BIOPAC DA100C module for data acquisition using an MP160, MP150 or MP100 Research System.

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SS to DA100C Interface
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Part #: TCI114
Categories: Transducers - Research
Subcategories: Transducer Connector Interface - Research

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* Important Notes & Exceptions

  1. The following SS Series Transducers require multiple channel inputs and therefore require a corresponding number of TCI114 with a DA100C for each:
    • SS20L and SS21L Twin-axis Goniometers (2 channels)
    • SS26L and SS27L Tri-Axial Accelerometers (3 channels)
    • SS31L Noninvasive Cardiac Output Sensor (2 channels)
  2. This interface is designed for SS Series Transducers only, with the following EXCEPTIONS:
    • SS1L, SS1LA, SS2L, or SS29L Electrode Leads and Adapters – not recommended: signal may be obtained but quality may be impaired.
    • SS53L, SS54L, and SS55L Digital Switches – not supported: digital interface required; use TSD116 Series Switches & Markers.
    • SS58L Low-Voltage Stimulator – not supported.
    • OUT1 Headphones – not supported.

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