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Smart Amp Output
Part #: CBL237

The Smart Amp Output “Y” Adapter allows for the signals from a 100D-Series Smart Amplifier connected to either an AMI100D Amplifier Interface or IPS100D Isolated Power to be sent to other equipment. An RJ cable plugs into either the AMI100D or IPS100D, the Smart Amplifier to one port of the adapter, and either an OUTISOA for connecting signals to mains powered equipment or another cable if unisolated connections are needed (such as CBL123).

Works with 100D-Series Smart Amplifiers, 100C-Series Amplifiers, BioNomadix Wireless Receivers, STP100D/STP100C Isolated Digital Interface, or STM100C Stimulator as part of an MP160 Research System.

  • Sample use case: CBL237 with an AMI100D to use an INISOA input isolator with a FOTS200 Temperature Module and jump the signal to an OUTISOA output isolator to connect to an Arduino board.

Important: Only one Smart Amplifier should be connected to the adapter at a time. Connecting more than one Smart Amplifier to a single channel input is not supported.

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