High Voltage Stimulus Isolator

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A365RC, SYS-A365D, SYS-A365R

  • Optically isolated A365 stimulus isolator
  • Conventional logic-level commands
  • Can be gated by any pulse generator, stimulator, or computer output
  • Bipolar Pulsing
  • Uses rechargable batteries
  • Designed for Neuroscience and Muscle Physiology research applications
  • Choose system: Rechargeable w Charger (A365RC), Alkaline Battery (SYS-A365D), Rechargeable (SYS-A365R)

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Part # Description Battery Type Includes Charger
A365RC A365R with an A362 Battery Charger Rechargeable Battery Yes
SYS-A365R High Voltage Isolator, Bipolar Rechargeable Battery No
SYS-A365D High Voltage Isolator, Bipolar Alkaline Batteries _

Features of the Stimulus Isolator

This constant current stimulater is activated by conventional logic-level commands. The A365 Stimulus Isolator can be gated by any pulse generator, stimulator or computer output.

Dual Tone Audible Alarms

A tone sounds when an open electrode circuit is detected or when system compliance is reached. A second optional alert tone sounds when a signal is applied to the input. A test switch is also provided to check the battery charge on the stimulus isolator.

Current Delivery

Stimulus currents are set using a three-digit control knob and a three-position range switch. Output current tracks control set­tings to better than 1%. The output current of the A365 direct current stimulator is load independent. The voltage sufficient to push the desired current through the load is automatically developed. It is subject only to compliance limits. The A365 Stimulus Isolator produces up to 10mA current, in three ranges, at more than 100V compliance.

Polarity

Output polarity is determined by a push switch on the front panel.

Bipolar Pulsing

Bipolar current is toggled by the command waveform, setting alternating pulses as positive or negative.

Power

This A365RC Stimulus Isolator includes both the A365R Stimulus Isolator and the A362 battery charger.The rechargeable A365R is supplied with a nickel metal hydride battery stack. The A362 Battery Charger is required with the A365R

 NOTE: Not intended for human use.

OUTPUT WAVEFORM DC or current pulse
OUTPUT CURRENT RANGES 0.1, 1.0, and 10mA
CURRENT AMPLITUDE ERROR 0.5% of full scale, max.
CURRENT RESOLUTION 0.1% of full scale, typical
OUTPUT LOAD VOLTAGE EXCURSION (COMPLIANCE) 100V
EXTERNAL COMMAND THRESHOLD 5V at 3mA, min. 8.5V, max.
OUTPUT POLARITY Reversible, manual switch or automatic
CURRENT RISE TIME & DELAY 6μs, typical (1KΩ load)
CURRENT FALL TIME & DELAY 10μs, typical (1KΩ load)
OUTPUT TO GROUND RESISTANCE 1012Ω
OPTOCOUPLER 2500V, rated min. breakdown voltage
POWER: Model A365D (dry cell) 16 alkaline 9V batteries, included
POWER: Model A365R (rechargeable) 16 rechargeable NiMH 9V batteries incl.
DIMENSIONS 8.5 x 3.5 x 5 in. (22 x 9 x 12 cm)
SHIPPING WEIGHT 4 lb. (1.8 kg)

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