ABPA Digital Media Interface - DMI Advance Bio-Photon Analyzer A2 and AM3 Matrix Digital Media Interface (DMI)
Advance Bio-Photon Analyzer
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Digital Media Interface (DMI) for the ABPA A2 and AM3 Matrix
Advance Bio-Photon Analyzer Systems
Use digital photographs instead of the the older Polaroid 600 photographs in the ABPA A2 and AM3 Bio-Photon Analyzer Instruments.

The newest 2016 accessory for the ABPA A2 and AM3 instruments is the Digital Media Interface (DMI). Unfortunately, the Polaroid company stopped making Polaroid 600 film that many of us depended on for our work and results. Over the past 3 years, the manufacturer of the ABPA has been working secretly on a new cutting edge product to replace the Polaroid 600 film. After many prototypes, the new Digital Media Interface has reached a completed stage of development.

The DMI is able to be used in all Advance Bio-Photon Analyzers models A1, A2 & AM3 systems along with all Radionics type units that previously received the Polaroid 600 film, including the SE5 as well. By simply connecting a Windows PC computer USB cable to the DMI, you can copy a single high-resolution digital photograph into the digital memory DMI, and then placing the DMI antenna array into the photograph well of the ABPA A2 or AM3, you can use the unit just like before with outstanding results.

Includes DMI Interface Unit, International Power Supply/Adaptor, and Instructions.

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