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Lead Wires with Clip

Clip Lead BLK 1m TP u/sh
Part #: LEAD110, LEAD110A, LEAD110S-R, LEAD110S-W

These electrode leads are used with the EL500 series disposable snap electrodes. The LEAD110 series electrode leads have no ferrous parts. The leads (1.9 mm diameter) include a pinch connector for easy application and terminate in standard Touchproof connectors for interfacing to 100C-series Biopotential amplifiers or Modular Extension Cables.

Use shielded leads with recording electrodes for minimal noise interference. The unshielded leads work best with ground or reference electrodes.

Options include shielded or unshielded, standard or long, and in red, black or white cable.

$15.00 - $39.00

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Generally, for each Biopotential amplifier module, one each of: LEAD110S-W, LEAD110S-R and LEAD110 are required.

Note: CBL201 conversion cable required for connection to 100A/100B-series amplifiers.

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