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Analog and Digital Stimulus Isolators

Model 2200 Analog Stimulus isolator

The Analog Stimulus Isolator was designed for a wide variety of applications. With its opto-electrical isolation, it can scale and convert signals from various sources to constant stimulation currents or voltage. These signals can be isolated to any waveform shape within its bandwidth, and the six output scaling options makes it possible to cover a wide array of current and voltage levels. The output is scaled proportionately to the input.

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The Analog Stimulus Isolator is energy and cost efficient and uses only two rechargeable batteries and includes a built-in recharger.

The Model 2200 Analog Isolator Specifications:

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Model 2300 Digital Stimulus isolator

The Digital Stimulus Isolator was designed to accommodate a variety of stimulus applications. With its opto-electrical isolation, it can scale and convert TTL-compatible digital signals to constant stimulation currents or voltage. The Model 2300 can only isolate monophasic and biphasic waveforms.

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The Digital Stimulus Isolator is compatible with DOS, not Windows, but this software can easily be downloaded for use. A cable for connection to the 9-pin front panel control connector is supplied with the Model 2300. The output amplitude is set by the front panel controls.

The Model 2300 Digital Stimulus Isolator is energy and cost efficient and uses only two rechargeable batteries and includes a built-in recharger.

The Model 2300 Digital Isolator Specifications:

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