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Bar electrode, concave, TP u/sh
Part #: EL350, EL350S, EL351

Bar electrodes are recommended for use when applying a stimulus, or recording a signal, during nerve conduction, somatosensory or muscle twitch recordings. All bar electrodes are nonferrous and consist of two tin electrodes in a watertight acrylic bar. The bar configuration permits easy electrode placement without disturbing electrode to electrode spacing. The leads [2.4 mm (2 x 1.2 mm) x 61 cm long] terminate in standard Touchproof connectors.

EL350 electrodes are concave. EL350S  electrodes are concave and possess a shielded line. EL351 electrodes are convex and unshielded.

  • MP150 System for recording or stimulation:
    • direct connection to any 100C-series Biopotential amplifier, STMISOLA stimulator, or STMISOC/D/E stimulus isolation adapters
    • interface via CBL201 Touchproof to 2-mm pin cable older to 100A/100B-series amplifiers or STMISOA/B
  • MP36 or MP36R:
    • recording: interface via SS1LA
    • stimulation: interface via CBL207 Touchproof to BNC cable to STM200 or BSLSTMB Stimulators
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When using bar electrodes for signal recording, a single ground lead (LEAD110 with EL503) is required.

bar electrode leads

Stimulating Electrode Alternatives

  • ELSTM Series Stimulating electrodes (BNC)
  • STIMHOLDER field stimulation electrode for MP150 (1.5 mm Safelead)
  • BSLSTIMHLD  field stimulation electrode for MP36/36R (BNC)

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