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Visual Stim LED via Analog out

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Visual Stim LED via Analog out
Part #: OUT4

The OUT4 is a high-brightness LED output device mounted on an angled stand intended to sit on a lab bench and provide a good viewing angle for students who are seated on lab benches. Software-controlled intensity and flash rate.

LED: White, Relative Luminous Intensity up to ~5000 mcd, adjustable

Interface: MP36 or MP35 “Analog Out” port* (Pulse out: 0-5 V)

Cable: 2 m

Use OUT4 for visual stimulus presentation for…

  • Biopac Student Lab Lesson 11A Reaction Time – Visual Stimulus
  • Visual Evoked Potential experiments
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Part #: OUT4
Categories: Stimulation - Education
Subcategories: Stimulus Presentation - Education

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OUT 4 Output Controls:
Intensity via MP menu > Output Control > Visual Stim Controllable LED – OUT 4:

Visual stimulus reaction time

Flash rate/sequence via MP menu > Output Control > Pulse Sequence:

Output pulse sequence


* OUT4 is not compatible with a) Research System MP36R at this time because AcqKnowledge 4.4 and below does not include the required output control, b) MP45, c) MP30 except if used in place of SS10L in BSL Lesson 11.

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