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Signal Isolation Adapters
Part #: INISOA, OUTISOA

These analog signal isolators are used to connect mains powered external laboratory equipment to the MP System when the system also connects to electrodes attached to humans. Use the INISOA to connect external equipment outputs to MP analog input channels. Use the OUTISOA to connect MP analog signal outputs (amplifier and D/A) to external equipment inputs. Each signal isolator comes with a cable for connection to an AMI100D or HLT100C module.

  • For digital (TTL compatible) isolation to the MP digital I/O ports, use the STP100 optical interface.
  • If the MP System does not electrically connect to human subjects, signal connections to external equipment can be made through the AMI100D module and the respective analog or digital connection cable.
  • The INISOA plugs directly into any of the 16 input channels on the AMI100D module and incorporates a 3.5mm phone jack for signal input connections. Select the appropriate analog connection cable to connect to your external equipment’s output.
  • Add output adapter CBL237 to connect OUTISOA-AMI100D signals to mains powered equipment.
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INISOA and OUTISOA are updates of the older INISO and OUTISO. The new “A” series isolators are compatible with the new D-series modules (such as AMI100D) as well as older HLT and UIM.

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