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BNC adapter for MP36 built-in stim

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BNC adapter for MP36 built-in stim
Part #: OUT3

This BNC adapter is designed to output signals from the built-in low voltage stimulator on the MP36 (Analog Out port). The female BNC supports easy connection to

  • Nerve chambers — use BSLCBL3A or BSLCBL4B
  • Stimulation electrodes — use ELSTM2
  • Clip leads — use BSLCBL7, BSLCBL11, or BSLCBL12
  • LED – use BSLCBL6 and OUT103

MP36 Built-in Low V Stim Adapter
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Subcategories: Output Adapters - Education

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