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Blood Presure Tail Cuffs

Tail Cuff Sensor 9.5 mm
Part #: RXTCUFSENSOR9.5, RXTCUFSENSOR11, RXTCUFSENSOR13

Alternate tail cuff for the NIBP200A Small Animal Tail Blood Pressure System—for use in MRI applications. 

The adapter connects to the NIPB200A sensor input by a short cable.

The IR light source and IR light detector ends are connected to the sensor by 1.5 m dual-fiber optical cable.

The cuff Air outlet at the NIBP200A amplifier connects to the sensor by 1.5 m plastic (Tygon) tubing.

The Tail Cuff is available in 3 diameter sizes: 9.5 mm, 11 mm and 13 mm.

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