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Cbl Stim BNC-M – 3.5 mm socket, 1.3 m

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Cbl Stim BNC-M - 3.5 mm socket
Part #: BSLCBL6

The BSLCBL6 interfaces with the BSLSTM Biopac Student Lab Stimulator and the OUT100 Headphones. This cable is required for Auditory Evoked Response experiments.

To use the OUT101 Tubephone with the BSLSTM stimulator, use BSLCBL6 with RadioShack adapter RadioSh 274-047D.

This cable is also used with MP36R units for LED output (OUT103 to BSLCBL6 to OUT3 to MP36R).

Stimulator Cable BNC-M - 3.5 mm socket
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Part #: BSLCBL6
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