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Bar electrodes with TouchProof leads
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 spaced 30 mm apart in a watertight acrylic bar. The bar configuration permits easy electrode placement without disturbing electrode to electrode spacing. The leads terminate in standard Touchproof connectors.

EL350 concave unshielded electrodes, leads 2.4 mm (2 x 1.2 mm) x 61 cm long

EL350S concave shielded electrodes, leads 2.4 mm (3 x 1.2 mm) x 91 cm long

EL351 convex unshielded electrodes, leads 2.4 mm (2 x 1.2 mm) x 61 cm long

To use with MP160 or MP150 System for recording or stimulation:bar electrode leads

  • 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

To use with MP36 or MP36R System:

  • recording: interface via SS1LA
  • stimulation: interface via CBL207 Touchproof to BNC cable to STM200 or BSLSTMB Stimulators

When using bar electrodes for signal recording, a single ground lead (LEAD110 with EL503) is required.

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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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