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Custom connector kit
Part #: TCIKIT, TCIKITC

Do-it-yourself, custom transducer connector interface kits

TCIKITC 5 pin – 1.5 mm Touchproof female pins

  • Use to connect non-BIOPAC electrodes and transducers directly to BIOPAC biopotential or transducer amplifier modules—except DA100C or DA100A. Color-coded wires are soldered to each of the five input sockets (Shield, Vin+, GND, Vin-, Shield).

TCIKIT 7 pin – 2 mm male pins

  • Use for DA100C or DA100A. Kit includes housing, PC board with 7 attached PIN plugs (2 mm) and instructions, and is partially assembled; mount a connector to the housing and solder wires to the pin.
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