Output sequencer

The sequencer controls up to 8 waveform and 16 digital outputs from a CED 1401 interface. A graphical editor gives a user-friendly display of the selected outputs for fast and easy creation of stimulus protocols. There is also a text editor which gives direct access to the sequencer instruction code for more complex output and control requirements.

  • Drag-and-drop pulses from a palette onto output tracks in the editor
  • Modify pulse timing and amplitudes quickly and easily
  • Use digital pulses and pulse trains to trigger external devices
  • Generate variable amplitude square pulses, sine waves and voltage ramps to control external equipment
  • Combine pulses such as square waves and ramps for ramp-and-hold
  • Control variable intensity stimuli such as temperature, current and voltage

Setup of waveform and digital outputs using the
graphical sequence editor

  • Output user-defined waveforms, pre-recorded and imported data for control and stimulation
  • Define pulse protocols as separate sections in the output sequencer and link them together for automated stimulus sequencing
  • Copy pulse information between sections to quickly set up a series of similar stimulus protocols
  • Make use of control statements such as loops and branches and randomise delays and stimuli
  • Record digital input states directly to a marker channel and generate codes to flag events
  • Read digital input and sampled waveform values directly and branch on the result if a given condition is met
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This video tutorial gives an introduction to the graphical editor

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The graphical sequence editor in Spike2 offers a user-friendly interface for the built-in output sequencer. This video tutorial gives an introduction to the graphical editor and how to use it to setup a range of outputs for use during sampling.

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