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Event Marking M-Pods

Map any input signal to any output pin

Event markers sent via USB

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m-pod USB event marking
Part #: STM-M-POD-IO, STM-M-POD-STP

Use m–pod to map any input signal to any output pin, or combine any number of input signals to a single output pin and build your very own custom output table. With its speedy microprocessor, this translation power adds a minuscule 50 µs delay. 

Use m-pods to get all, or only, the signals that you need. In some experiments, you may want to mark the onset of participants’ key presses. In others, these markers get in the way and you want instead more data bits available for markers you send via USB. Or perhaps you need a mix of both.

No more fussing over the right connector size, gender, and pin assignments—just choose the m-pod for your  specific interface and enjoy instant compatibility:

  • interface directly to the I/O port on MP36 and MP36R units, or
  • interface to an STP100C for MP160 Systems
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