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BioNomadix Touchproof Adapters

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BioNomadix to 2 x Touchproof
Part #: BN-ADAPT-TP2, BN-ADAPT-TP3

Use this adapter to connect Touchproof electrodes to a BioNomadix transmitter. Two or three 15 cm leads terminate in Touchproof sockets. Cables are red (+) and white (-); black (GND) is included for three cable option. Use unshielded leads (e.g., EL254, not EL254S); BioNomadix units have no active drive circuit for shielded leads.

Adapters can also be used as jumpers to create a common reference between BioNomadix transmitter inputs. Link one reference electrode to multiple inputs using one adapter per input. Use to connect the same reference electrode lead to two or more inputs, as in multi-lead ECG or EEG Cap System measurements.

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BioNomadix Adapter 2 x Touchproof
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