Somatosensory Evoked Potentials (SSEPs) are an important tool for both basic neuroscience research and evaluation of therapeutic techniques. While a large body of work exists in the study of electrically induced SSEPs both as a metric for therapeutic performance and tool for physiological research, comparatively little work has explored stretch response SSEPs evoked via tendon tapping. The measurement of SSEPs necessitates both timing and stimulation intensity consistency. This work presents an evaluation of a simple tapping device for automating this procedure and a comparison to manual tendon tapping demonstrating significantly reduced variability in both timing and intensity. The variable intensity nature of automated tapping is then used to measure SSEPs in a single subject, with apparent modulation of peak-peak amplitude by stimulation intensity.