MA-1000 Moving Averager
For the Accurate Quantification of EMG and ENG Signals
- For EMG and ENG measurements
- Uses easily replaceable time constant modules to implement the moving average
- Comes standard with time constants of 50, 100, and 200mS, but any values between 10 and 500mS are available
|MA-1000||Moving Average amplifier.||$1250||
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The MA-1000 consists of an adjustable-gain input buffer, a precision full-wave rectifier, and a moving averager circuit. It is used for the accurate quantification of electromyogram (EMG) and electroneurogram (ENG) signals. The moving averaging circuit is a 3rd order Paynter low-pass filter that creates a contoured or smoothed envelope around the rectified signal, with selectable degrees of smoothing. Smoothing is accomplished by the selection of a time constant, conveniently implemented by front panel pushbutton switches.
- Input impedance: 1MΩ single-ended
- Input voltage range: ±10V
- Input coupling: AC or DC, switchable
- Rectifier offset and asymmetry: ±5mV max
- Frequency response: DC to 25kHz
- Rectified output voltage range: 0 to 10V
- Moving average output voltage range: 0 to 10V
- Output impedance: any output <10Ω
- Input/output connectors: BNC
- Power requirements: ±12VDC @ 50mA
- Dimensions: 2.5W × 5.05H × 9.5D (inches)
(1) The MA-1000 IS NOT to be used for human patient-connected applications.