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SuperLab Stimulus Presentation System
Part #: STP100W

The STP100W SuperLab Stimulus Presentation System is a stand-alone system that measures subject responses to visual or auditory stimuli. It can present visual stimuli on a computer screen, or auditory stimuli via headphones or speakers, and simultaneously (1 ms resolution) send trigger signals to an MP System for data synchronization and collection purposes.

The SuperLab software can be used to change the placement of visual stimuli on the screen, change the screen’s background color, choose from a variety of input and timing options, and provide feedback to subjects based on either response or reaction time. Different trigger channels can be paired to different visual or auditory stimuli to perform sophisticated evoked response averaging tests (e.g. P300).

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Part #: STP100W
Categories: Stimulation - Research
Subcategories: Stimulus Presentation - Research

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Use the AcqKnowledge Digital inputs to stim events tool to automatically score and label digital event marks from the SuperLab presentation. The digital channels are interpreted as a binary number. Each stimulus event placed into the graph has the corresponding number included with its label. This allows further analysis to distinguish between different types of stimulus events for automated event related analysis.

SuperLab AcqKnowledge event marker scoring

NOTE: Second PC required
The synchronization signal(s) coming from the STP100W can be directed to an MP System running on a PC or Mac, but it’s not possible to run the STP100W on the same computer as the MP System. The STP100W requires that the SuperLab software and a Digital I/O card (PCI slot required) be placed on a PC running Windows 7/Vista/XP; Mac OS X setups require a StimTracker (STK100).

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