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h06_ss61l - Updated 5.17.06 BSL PRO Lesson H06: Human...

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Updated 5.17.06 BSL PRO Lesson H06: Human Finger Twitch Experiment Using Finger Twitch Transducer This PRO lesson describes hardware and software setup of the BSL PRO System to record and measure the finger twitch from a human subject. Objectives 1. To record the response generated from the twitch of a finger. 2. To measure the stimulus frequency required to induce fatigue. Equipment ! BIOPAC Stimulator (BSLSTMB for MP35 or BSLSTMA for MP30) ! BIOPAC Finger Twitch Transducer (SS61L) o If you don’t have the SS61L, you can use the SS12LA Force Transducer. See Finger Twitch Using Force Transducer for details. ! BIOPAC Human-safe Stimulating electrode (HSTM01) ! Electrode gel (GEL1) ! Adhesive tape (TAPE1) ! Computer running Windows XP or Mac OS X ! Biopac Student Lab PRO software ! BIOPAC Data Acquisition Unit (MP35/MP30) www.biopac.com Page 1 of 5
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BSL PRO Lesson H06 (SS61L) BIOPAC Systems, Inc. Setup Hardware 1. Plug the BSLSTM Trigger cable into the Analog Out port on the back of the MP3X unit. 2. Plug the BSLSTM Reference Output connector into CH 2 of the MP3X unit. 3. Plug the SS61L Finger Twitch transducer into CH 1 on the MP3X unit 4. Plug the HSTM01 human-safe stimulating electrode into the Stimulus Output port on the front of the BSLSTM Stimulator. o
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This note was uploaded on 11/14/2011 for the course ECE 3820 taught by Professor Wang during the Fall '11 term at GWU.

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h06_ss61l - Updated 5.17.06 BSL PRO Lesson H06: Human...

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