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Generate or respond to a TTL synchronizing signal

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Stroboscope MP
Part #: TSD122A, TSD122C
The TSD122 Stroboscope can generate or respond to a TTL synchronizing signal for data acquisition and can:
  • Be used for single pass or averaging type visual evoked response applications.
  • Synchronize the stroboscope to an averaging pass.
  • Trigger the stroboscope during acquisition or during an averaging pass.
  • Trigger an acquisition or an averaging pass with the stroboscope.
  • Use a digital input to acquire the signal synchronized with the stroboscope.
  • Use an analog input to acquire the signal synchronized with the stroboscope.

TSD122A connects to the HLT100/MP160, UIM100C/MP150, or STM100C with included interface cable CBL100, CBL102 or CBL106.

TSD122C connects the MP36R or BSL MP36 and includes interface cable BSLCBL5.

The stroboscope can go from zero to a maximum of 12,000 flashes per minute and provides 360,000 flashes between charges.

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The TSD122 is battery-operated and will operate from zero to 12,000 flashes a minute.

See TSD122 Setup for details on connecting to an MP System.

See BSL PRO Lesson H22 Visual Evoked Potentials for setup guidelines.

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