Touch Panels

4-TPSTL-1 Touch Panel Loop Sensor

The 4-TPSTL-1 series touch panels are contact sensitive devices designed to activate when a subject touches it. This is a conductive form of the touch sensor. It was engineered to be used in conjunction with the D.A.R.I.S. (5-RLD-D1) Reward controller as a remote sensor in both local and remote (PC controlled) applications. The 4-TPSTL-4 touch panel can also be used as a Standalone unit with the 5-RLD-E1 control unit or with a Digital Input / Output module in a PC. For standalone use you will need to connect the external power supply.

Features and Benefits

  • Conductive Touch panel Sensor
  • Easily integrates with either the D.A.R.I.S (5-RLD-D1) or the 5-RLD-E1 reward controllers
  • Independent can be used as a standalone touch interface with the use of the external power supply
  • Select-able output polarity.
  • Easy to install on most primate restraint chairs or rodent mazes. Uses existing chair mounted Touch bar

General specifications

    • Voltage 9-12 VDC, 250ma Min
    • Trigger Output Active Logic High > 4VDC
    • Inactive Logic Low < 1VDC
    • Pulse Width 250 ms
    • Uses existing chair mounted Touch bar.  (Existing chairs may be retro-fitted, request quote).
    • Used with the D1-V2 Reward Controller as a remote sensor in both local and remote modes. Device power is supplied by the D1.
    • Used in a standalone (local only) mode with our E1 control unit. (Requires external power supply, included).
    • Used as an input to a Digital Input/output (DIO) module in a PC, thus supporting Labview, Rex, etc). (Requires external power supply, included).
    • Lockout Time Adjust (0 to 240 sec). Prevents continuous reward requests.
    • Trip Level Adjust. Sets sensor trip point (Sensitivity) to compensate for Subject’s body resistance.
Three Trigger Modes
  • Release – Trigger Pulse on sensor release
  • Touch – Trigger Pulse on sensor touch
  • Track – Trigger Active for duration of sensor
  • Dimensions approximately 4” x 4” x 2”

4-TPSIR-1 IR Touch Sensors

4-TPSIR-1

IR sensor touch panels

The 4-TPSIR-1 series touch panels are contact sensitive devices designed to activate when a subject touches it or reflects the IR beam back to the sensor. This is a non-conductive form of the touch sensor. It was engineered to be used in conjunction with the D.A.R.I.S. (5-RLD-D1) Reward controller as a remote sensor in both local and remote (PC controlled) applications. The 4-TPSIR-4 touch panels can also be used as a Standalone unit with the 5-RLD-E1 control unit or with a Digital Input / Output module in a PC. For standalone use you will need to connect the external power supply.

Features and Benefits

  • Non Conductive Touch Sensor
  • Easily integrates with either the D.A.R.I.S (5-RLD-D1) or the 5-RLD-E1 reward controllers
  • Independent can be used as a standalone touch interface with the use of the external power supply
  • Easy to install on most primate restraint chairs or rodent mazes.

General specifications

    • Voltage 9-12 VDC, 250ma Min
    • Trigger Output Active Logic High > 4VDC
    • Inactive Logic Low < 1VDC
    • Pulse Width 250 ms
    • Remote Pressure Sensitive Bulb mounts directly in chair. (Existing chairs may be retro-fitted, request quote).
    • Used with the D1-V2 Reward Controller as a remote sensor in both local and remote modes. Device power is supplied by the D1.
    • Used in a standalone (local only) mode with our E1 control unit. (Requires external power supply, included).
    • Used as an input to a Digital Input/output (DIO) module in a PC, thus supporting Labview, Rex, etc). (Requires external power supply, included).
    • Lockout Time Adjust (0 to 240 sec). Prevents continuous reward requests.
    • Trip Level Adjust. Sets sensor trip point (Sensitivity) to compensate for changes in air pressure

Three Trigger Modes

  • Release – Trigger Pulse on sensor release
  • Touch – Trigger Pulse on sensor touch
  • Track – Trigger Active for duration of sensor
  • Dimensions approximately 4” x 4” x 2”

MRI Touch Sensor A non-conduction, Non-Metallic form of touch sensor.

    • Remote Pressure Sensitive Bulb mounts directly in chair. (Existing chairs may be retro-fitted, request quote).
    • Used with the D1-V2 Reward Controller as a remote sensor in both local and remote modes. Device power is supplied by the D1.
    • Used in a standalone (local only) mode with our E1 control unit. (Requires external power supply, included).
    • Used as an input to a Digital Input/output (DIO) module in a PC, thus supporting Labview, Rex, etc). (Requires external power supply, included).
    • Lockout Time Adjust (0 to 240 sec). Prevents continuous reward requests.
    • Trip Level Adjust. Sets sensor trip point (Sensitivity) to compensate for changes in air pressure

Three Trigger Modes

  • Release – Trigger Pulse on sensor release
  • Touch – Trigger Pulse on sensor touch
  • Track – Trigger Active for duration of sensor
  • Dimensions approximately 4” x 4” x 2”

Order Catalog Number: 4-TPSMRI-1