The NeuroLog System is now widely accepted throughout the world by scientists who demand high quality, dependability and innovation in their research instrumentation.
The general problem of module interconnection has been minimized in the Neurolog System by a unique method of automatic connection of outputs and inputs of neighboring modules through the case edge connectors. Thus, for many linear arrangements of modules, only the input and output cables connecting the system to the preparation and to output devices such as oscilloscopes, recorders, etc., are required. Front panel controls are therefore not obscured by cables which merely connect each module to the next. More complex module arrangements will, however, require some front panel cable interconnection; between 5 and 10 cables of various lengths will be required for a typical 13-module system. No cables are supplied with the case.
Only microminiature coaxial connectors with a snap-on
action are used in the Neurolog System, eliminating the nuisances caused by connectors such as the BNC and UHF types which have a twist-on or screw-on action. All external connections between modules are made through miniature, screened coaxial cable, which reduce cross-talk and transient pick-up, as well as eliminating the tangling of fine, unscreened wires and 1 mm (or 2 mm or 4 mm) plugs frequently used for patching in other modular systems. A variety of assembled cables, plugs, sockets, BNC to NeurologTM adapters and T type connectors are available.
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Cable mounted sockets
Order No. (Model No.)
Cable, with male Lemo connectors on both ends, 15 cm length