This Biopac Student Lab 3.7.5 Lesson 2 script update sets a 60 Hz or 50 Hz Notch filter (based on the Line Frequency setting). The filter is currently set to 0 Hz, which may result in a very “noisy” signal under certain conditions because there is no filter to knock out induced interference from wall power.
To install this updated script:
Download (save) the “L02-EMG-2.zip” file to the desktop.
Extract and open the zipped folder.
Rename the “L02-EMG-2” file to remove the “.dat” extension.
:\Program Files\BIOPAC Systems, Inc\Biopac Student Lab 3.7.5 Lessons & PRO\Lessons\L02-EMG-2
Click “Yes” to confirm copy replace when prompted.
Close out of the program folders.
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