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Ag-AgCl post electrode, reuse

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Ag-AgCl post electrode, reuse
Part #: EL120

The EL120 electrode has contact posts designed to improve contact through fur or hair. The 12 posts create a 10 mm contact area. The posts are 2 mm deep to push through the fur/hair to provide good contact with the skin surface.

Silver-silver chloride (Ag-AgCl) electrodes provide accurate and clear transmission of surface biopotentials and are useful for recording all surface biopotentials on animals and human EEG.

Requires one LEAD120 per electrode. It is not necessary to use an EL120 for the ground; a generic electrode can be used for ground.

Can be used dry or with gel.

Quantity: 10 per pack

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