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Disp. Cloth electrode 30/pk
Part #: EL504, EL504-10

These disposable cloth base electrodes adhere well and are particularly useful for applications on non-conforming surfaces, such as facial EMG measurements. Due to hydrogel electrolyte concentration, these are also suitable for electrical stimulation studies.

Electrodes have a circular contact on a square backing. The adhesive solid hydrogel ensures good contact, and the silver-silver chloride (Ag/AgCl) electrodes provide accurate and clear transmission of surface biopotentials. Use these comfortable and conforming electrodes in EMG (sEMG), nerve conduction, ECG, and sleep studies. The latex-free, hypoallergenic electrode is suitable for long term use without irritation.

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Disp. Cloth electrode 30/pk
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  • Standard snap connection
  • Very flexible and compliant
  • Suitable for delicate skin surfaces
  • Respositionable
  • Electrolyte: hydrogel (4% chloride salt)
  • Ag/AgCl contact (11 mm dia)
  • Size: 2.5 cm x 2.5 cm cloth backing
  • Qty: 30

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