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BioNomadix Wireless Clench Force Transducer

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Transducer for wireless, wearable physiology

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BioNomadix Clench Force Dynamometry Transducer
Part #: BN-CLENCH-XDCR

The BN-CLENCH-XDCR Clench Force (Bulb) Transducer measures force on the basis of the proportionality of clench force to pressure in the bulb. Because of this proportionality, units are in Kgf/m^2 or psi.

This transducer is compatible with the BN-DYNEMG BioNomadix Hand Dynamometer and EMG amplifier module.

Grasp the pump bulb with your dominant hand—WRAP your hand around the bulb with relaxed fingers. When instructed to clench, do NOT curl fingers into bulb.

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BioNomadix Clench Force Dynamometer
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Part #: BN-CLENCH-XDCR
Categories: BioNomadix Wireless Wearable Physiology - Research
Subcategories: Transducers - Research

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