Complete   Packages

Order a complete system for a discount off the individual component pricing.

Package 932


For more complex tasks, ideal for multi-user sites.

Package 905


Use with up to five buttons.

Package 904


Single user, easy way to get started with up to four buttons.

Fiber optic response devices for fMRI and MEG

Handheld computer button boxes, joysticks and trackballs used in human brain mapping tasks.
Completely non-magnetic, non-electronic, and all plastic.
Will not add noise to the images or raise safety concerns.

fORP interfaces with a range of capabilities

The 900 series computer interfaces offer a range of capabilities and prices.
The 932 provides all the serial and parallel outputs our products always have.
The 904 and 905 systems have many of the same features in a more compact package.

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