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Blood Pressure Transducer

Precision Transducer for Research Data Acquisition

Convert biological signals for analysis with MP system or AcqKnowledge®

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Blood Pressure Transducer
Part #: TSD104A

The TSD104A measures direct arterial or venous blood pressure in animals or records pressure changes within an in-vitro circuit (e.g. Langendorff heart preparation). The TSD104A connects to tubing via standard Luer Lok fittings. The transducer is small and lightweight and the slotted base, with integral Velcro strap, permits easy mounting. The TSD104A interfaces with the DA100C general-purpose transducer amplifier. The transducer is supplied non-sterile but can be sterilized using ethylene oxide (ETO) gas. TSD104A includes the transducer with sensor element; replacement sensors (RX104A) can be purchased without the cable, making this a very economical solution for pressure sensing applications.

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