Photoelectric Rotary Pursuit
The photoelectric rotary pursuit may be used to assess general perceptual motor learning across such parameters as handedness, transfer of training, distribution of practice, and hand-eye coordination. The subject's task is to follow a rotating light with a photocell tipped wand.
The features of this model provide the examiner with digital control and the ability to monitor many testing variables. The keypad interface and LCD display provide control over the speed of the disk, direction of rotation, test time, rest time, number of test cycles, and sensitivity of the photocell wand.
During the test, the unit monitors: the time on target, time off target, number of target hits, number of revolutions completed, and number of test cycles remaining. The unit also allows for computer control and monitoring through a USB port.
- Power Supply: 24 VDC @ .4 A, 2.1mm center positive DC plug
- Fuse: 0.5A 5x20mm fast blow
- Speed Range: 5 to 70 RPM
- Speed Stability: +/- 1%
- Direction: CW / CCW selectable
- Test Time: 1 to 9,999 seconds with 1second resolution
- Rest Time: 1 to 9,999 seconds with 1 second resolution
- # of Cycles: 1 to 99
- Stimulus Sensitivity: 0 to 9 (9 = maximum sensitivity)
- On Target Timer: 0 to 9,999 seconds with 1mS resolution
- Off Target Timer: 0 to 9,999 seconds with 1mS resolution
- Accuracy of Timers: +/- 1mS
- Revolution Counter: 0 to 9,999 revolutions with 1 revolution resolution
- Target Hits: 0 to 9,999 target hits
- External Control: RS-232C interface to computer 9600 baud, no parity, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit
MINIMUM COMPUTER SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
- Pentium class, Windows 95, 98, 2000, XP
- RS232 Serial Port
- 2 MB Hard drive