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BSL Breadboard Accessories
Part #: BSL-BMEACC

Includes jumper wire kit, capacitors, resistors, diodes, and integrated chips (ICs), with extras in case students misplace a component. Use with additional BSL-BBOARDs to create additional BME workstations. Students can build a lab and rotate the power and signal cables from the breadboard to connect to the Biopac Student Lab software and test their build.

This item does not include power or signal cables; see SS39L Breadboard Kit or SS60LA Signal Cable for power and signal options for the breadboard.

Important! BSL Breadboard Accessory Kits are not interchangeable. BSL-BMEACC must be used for the H25-26 QRS detector lab set andBSL-BMEACC1 kit is required for the H40 Robotic Arm lab set.

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