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Active Electrodes, 35mm
Part #: TSD150A, TSD150B

TSD150 Series active electrodes are designed for multiple-channel surface EMG (sEMG) measurements. The units incorporate a built-in high-gain amplifier with an integral 500 Hz lowpass filter. The unique design allows you to easily convert the surface contact electrodes to wire needle electrodes for intricate sub-dermal procedures.

The TSD150 series active electrodes connect directly to the MP System via the HLT100C high-level transducer module. The TSD150 series are very easy to use—locate the position and hold in place with surgical tape (TAPE1).

Electrode Spacing Options

Wide: 35 mm – TSD150A

Narrow: 20 mm – TSD150B

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35 mm Active Electrode
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Grounding

  • A ground is only required if no other BIOPAC amplifier is connected to the subject with a ground lead.
  •  A single ground lead (CBL201 and LEAD110A with EL503 electrode) to the UIM100C is required when using one or more TSD150 series active electrodes without another BIOPAC amplifier.

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