BNC connectors of SD-MEA

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BNC connectors of SD-MEA

Post  meaquestion on Fri Apr 17, 2009 4:02 am

Hello,

I want to ask about the four BNC connectors in the SD-MEA.
I've read the datasheet but I don't understand their role.
They are an inputs for signal from function generator?
and where this signal go?

thank you for your answers

Best regards

Youssef BOUTAIB

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Re: BNC connectors of SD-MEA

Post  ThomasMCS on Sun Apr 19, 2009 6:03 pm

Dear Dr. Boutaib,

these BNC connectors allow the input of up to 4 analog signals. These can be for example data from a function generator, but it can be also data from a temperatur sensor or pH.

The SD-MEA will connect these data into pins 63-66 of the SCSI connector and link it into the MC_Card for A/D conversion.

This enables you to visualize the data in MC_Rack software together with your electrode raw data.

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