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172 – Multilead ECG Cable – SS29L

The SS29L Multi-Lead ECG Cable permits high-resolution multi-lead ECG recordings. The lead configuration allows the user to simultaneously record Leads I, II, III, aVR, aVL, aVF, plus one precordial chest lead. A 12-lead ECG recording can be obtained by alternating the chest lead electrode from position V1 through V6.

The SS29L has three labeled smart sensors, which plug into the Biopac Student Lab System. All three smart sensors descend from the electrode lead connector, which incorporates five pinch leads. The electrode cable is labeled and color-coded to conform to international standards so that electrode placement is fail-safe. The SS29L is a student friendly device that replaces an expensive and confusing lead selector box. The compact and intuitive design of the cable assembly decreases setup time and provides an easy alternative to a once complex setup.

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