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Isolated Digital Interface, MP30

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Isolated Digital Interface, MP30
Part #: STP30

If you already have SuperLab and the Digital I/O card with the Support Pack, you can interface to the MP30 System using the STP30 interface. The STP30 interface connects between the SuperLab Digital I/O card and the BIOPAC MP30 acquisition unit.

The STP30 system provides 3 lines for digital data inputs; all lines are optically isolated to 1500 VDC compliance.

The STP30 system can also be used to connect digital signals (TTL compatible) from any mains powered external equipment to the MP30 when the system also connects to electrodes attached to humans.

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Isolated Digital Interface SuperLab to MP30
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Part #: STP30
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See BSL PRO Lesson H30 Stroop Effectfor details of the classic psychology experiment and a sample of how SuperLab works with the BSL System.

Setup:
1. Unscrew the pin for Ground (GND D) on the STP30.
2. Unscrew the pin(s) for Input Port 8-15 on the STP30 for the required number of SuperLab channels.
3. Plug the Ground pin from the SS44L cable into the GND D port on the STP30.
4. Plug the signal pin from the SS44L cable into Input Port(s) 8-15 on the STP30 and note the port number(s) for SuperLab programming [Input 8 – SuperLab 0, Input 9 – SuperLab 1, etc.].
5. Plug the SS44L Smart Sensor into an available MP30 channel (CH) input.
6. If you are using multiple channels for SuperLab, repeat steps 3-5 but stack the ground pins into the GND of the first SS44L cable.

Use the 3-meter SS44L interface cables to connect the STP30 to the MP30, and use the 3-meter ribbon cable (37 pin F/F) to connect SuperLab to the STP30.

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