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Isolated Power Supply Module

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Isolated Power Supply Module
Part #: IPS100C

The IPS100C is used to operate 100-series amplifier modules independent of an MP data acquisition unit.

The IPS100C module couples the 100-series amplifier outputs directly to any other data acquisition system, oscilloscope or chart recorder. Amplifier modules snap onto the side of the IPS100C to receive the necessary isolated power and to direct the modules’ output to the front panel of the IPS100C. The IPS100C allows you to operate up to 16 amplifiers on a stand-alone basis. The analog channel outputs are provided via 3.5mm phone jacks on the front panel. The IPS100C is generally used with animal or tissue preparations.

When collecting data from electrodes attached to humans, use the HLT100C module with INISO and OUTISO adapters to couple signals to external equipment.

Not for use with an MP data acquisition module.

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Categories: Amplifiers - Education, Amplifiers - Research
Subcategories: Interface Modules - Education, Interface Modules - Research

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IMPORTANT USAGE NOTE
Do not use the IPS100C with an MP based system. For a fully-isolated recording system using the IPS100C, couple signal inputs and outputs through the HLT100C module and INISO and OUTISO adapters, respectively. Contact BIOPAC for details.

Includes In-line Transformer (AC300A); specify USA or EURO power cord.

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