TIB - Talker Interface Box
Compatible data connector; 9 pin ODU MEDI-SNAP IP50
ODU connector pre-wired with up to 4 metres of cable for attachment to transducers; specify length in metres
4 channel clamp box to protect amplifier inputs from large artefacts, e.g. due to magnetic stimuli
2502SA Skin conductance unit (GSR) with isolated power supply
3505 programmable attenuator
3505 programmable attenuator with headphone amplifier
4001-16 Mains pulser unit
4301 Low Pass Filter
4302 5V signal offsetter
4401 Frequency multiplier
3901 Whisker stimulator
5 metre host-1401 cable in place of standard 2 metre cable, for 1401-70
Additional 2 metre host-1401 cable, for 1401-70
Additional 5 metre host-1401 cable, for 1401-70
5 metre USB host port to 1401 data cable
Rack-mounted 16 channel BNC to BNC patch panel with individual labels
These boxes plug in to the rear panel Cannon expansion connectors and offer the user BNC connectors, which may be more convenient.
Instead of the boxes, we can supply connections to a rack mount strip, like the patch panel above, at extra cost.
8 waveform ADC inputs and 2 DAC outputs for the Power1401
16 waveform ADC inputs for the Micro1401 64 channel top box
8 waveform inputs, 2 outputs for the original Power1401, prior to the Power1401 625kHz - see the history page to check
The 8 bit digital inputs and outputs may be specified to be the top byte (8 - 15) or the low byte (0 - 7).
The top byte of digital inputs act as Event inputs, extending the pair of Events 0 and 1 on the front panel.
8 digital outputs for any Micro or Power1401
16 digital outputs
8 digital inputs
16 digital inputs
8 digital inputs, 8 digital outputs
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