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BSL/SS Custom Adapter
Part #: SS-KIT-IN, SS-KIT-OUT

Use these kits to adapt third-party transducers to the CH inputs on BIOPAC’s MP36/36R . Kits include a Simple Sensor connector, cable. and components to properly interface with full, half, or quarter bridge transducers (pressure, force, strain, acceleration, sound, etc.).

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