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Adhesive disks, 4mm 100/pk
Part #: ADD204, ADD208

ADD200 series double-sided adhesive collars are used to hold reusable electrodes firmly on the skin surface.

Each package contains 100 adhesive collars.

  • ADD204 (19mm OD, 4mm ID) for EL254 and EL254S electrodes
  • ADD208 (22mm OD, 8mm ID) for EL258 and EL258S electrodes

MRI Use: MR Safe (see Specifications for components)

Adhesive disks, 4mm 100/pk
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