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I/O Interface for TTL Inputs

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TTL Digital Inputs for Wireless Data
Part #: BN-SMART-IOCBL

Access 8 digital TTL Inputs on the Smart Center

This 1 meter cable connects to the small I/O port on the Smart Center and terminates in a male DSub25 connector.

Use to connect to E-Prime, SuperLab, or other visual presentation systems.

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Part #: BN-SMART-IOCBL
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Pin assignments match E-Prime style pin assignments:

  • the first TTL digital input channel is pin 2 of the DSub
  • the final TTL digital input is pin 9 of the DSub

Note: The Smart Center does not presently support digital output, however this functionality may be added in a future firmware and software revision—contact BIOPAC to indicate your interest in Smart Center digital output lines.

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