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StimTracker Duo

MLE1350

StimTracker Duo

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Product code: MLE1350

The StimTracker Duo allows for easy sending of event markers from a stimulus presentation computer to a PowerLab data acquisition system.

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The StimTracker Duo allows for easy sending of event markers from a stimulus presentation computer to a PowerLab data acquisition system. StimTracker Duo can take input from up to two lightsensors and two audio channels as well as from a PC running SuperLab. It connects to PowerLab via the included m-Pod. USB cable, universal AC adapter, 1x black light sensor and 1x white light sensor are also included.

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StimTracker Duo

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