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Switch Transducers
Part #: TSD116A, TSD116B, TSD116D, TSD116C
The TSD116 series is used for externally triggering data acquisition, remote event marking, or psychophysiological response tests. The switches can be monitored as input channels.
  • TSD116A  single-channel hand switch, connects to AMI100D, HLT100C, or UIM100C
  • TSD116B  single-channel foot switch, connects to AMI100D, HLT100C, or UIM100C
  • TSD116C eight-channel digital marker box, connects to a UIM100C only
  • TSD116D eight-channel marker box puts switches on digital lines, connects to STP100C only; includes Y-splitter to connect the parallel port to a stimulus presentation system
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TSD116C allows the user to independently mark events, or provide responses, on up to eight channels simultaneously. Because digital channels can be interleaved with analog channels, when using AcqKnowledge, it’s easy to assign separate digital channels as event markers for individual analog input channels.

TSD116D connects to the 25-pin connector on the back of STP100C and ships with a Y-splitter cable to allow the parallel port to be connected to a stimulus presentation system. Terminates in a 25-pin DSub pass-through connector with the ground line (pin 18) of the box and each of the switches wired to the appropriate digital input pin of the DSub connector (pin 2 through 9).

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