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PROGRAMMABLE TONE/NOISE GENERATOR - REQUIRES SPEAKER
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The A12-33 Programmable Audio Signal Generator, a tone/noise generator that can be both manually and programmatically controlled with Graphic State. This unit delivers any frequency between 50 Hz and 20 kHz and White Noise (20 Hz to 20 KHz). Tone Frequencies as well as tone and white noise amplitudes can be set manually or programmed via individual 0 to 2.5 Volt DC voltages. There are seven rise/fall settings for both tone and white noise from 1 msec to 100 msec. The onset and duration of the stimuli are controlled using a 5 to 30 Volt DC signal. This device includes an amplifier for driving 8 ohm speakers. An external input allows remote auditory signals to be passed through this amplifier so the onset and duration of the remote signal can be controlled in the same manner as the tone and white noise stimuli generated by the A12-33.

This devices is available in two versions:
  • A12-33 -> PROG. TONE/NOISE GENERATOR 110V
  • A12-33-220 -> PROG. TONE/NOISE GENERATOR 220V
SHOCK LEVEL TESTER
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The A13-16 Shock Level Tester allows for easy verification of the shock output of the aH13-15 or H13-17A shock generator. This unit requires a voltmeter and/or oscilloscope (not included). The input jack connects to alligator clips (included) that can easily be attached to either subject electrodes or the grids of the shock floor.

This unit provides two output options for verification. The first is a rectified DC output that can be used with any standard voltmeter to measure the peak current applied. In order to meet the requirements of more rigorous verification, the second output provided is for connection to an oscilloscope. This allows for visualization of the shock pulses in addition to peak measurements.
HOUSE LIGHT - MOUSE
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This module contains a lamp with a partially open hood that may be installed to shine down on the cage area or directed upward to reflect indirect lighting from the top of the cage.
HOUSE LIGHT - RAT
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This module contains a lamp with a partially open hood that may be installed to shine down on the cage area or directed upward to reflect indirect lighting from the top of the cage.
HOUSE LIGHT LED - RAT
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Now your test cages can “GO GREEN”! The House Lights and High Bright Stimulus Cues for the mouse and rat cages are now available with white LED bulbs. The LED bulbs used in these modules can also be used in your existing house light and cue lights. The advantage of using LED bulbs is the longer life span, estimated to be 20 to 30 times that of an incandescent bulb, and the reduced energy required to operate these bulbs, about 20% of the current required to operate the incandescent bulbs in these modules. The LED bulbs operate on the same -24 to -30 Volt DC signals as the standard House Lights and High Bright Stimulus Cues.
TRIPLE CUE LAMP - MOUSE
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Contains 3 LEDs: red, green, and yellow. It is usually used in conjunction with a response lever for general cueing and discrimination.
TRIPLE CUE LAMP - RAT
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Contains 3 LEDs: red, green, and yellow. It is usually used in conjunction with a response lever for general cueing and discrimination.
SINGLE HIGH BRIGHT CUE - MOUSE
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The High-Bright Cue has an incandescent bulb that produces white light. It is used where the extra brightness is required to make subject attention more probable.
SINGLE HIGH-BRIGHT CUE - MOUSE LED
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Now your test cages can “GO GREEN”! The House Lights and High Bright Stimulus Cues for the mouse and rat cages are now available with white LED bulbs. The LED bulbs used in these modules can also be used in your existing house light and cue lights. The advantage of using LED bulbs is the longer life span, estimated to be 20 to 30 times that of an incandescent bulb, and the reduced energy required to operate these bulbs, about 20% of the current required to operate the incandescent bulbs in these modules. The LED bulbs operate on the same -24 to -30 Volt DC signals as the standard House Lights and High Bright Stimulus Cues.
SINGLE HIGH-BRIGHT CUE - MOUSE RED LENS
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Mouse Single High Bright Cue with a red lens cover.