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Measurement Computing 4-ch D/A to STMISOLA

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Measurement Computing 4-ch D/A to STMISOL
Part #: CBLEPM

The CBLEPM connects the STMISOLA/L to a Measurement Computing 4-channel D/A unit. 3.5 mm phone jack connects to STMISOLA/L phone plug trigger and two tinned wires connect to the D/A unit screw terminals.

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