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Differential Pressure Transducers – DSub9

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Diff. Pressure 2.5cm H2O, BSL
Part #: SS40L, SS41L, SS42L
The SS40L-SS42L series differential pressure transducers are designed for low range pressure monitoring. These transducers plug directly into the CH innput on MP36, MP45, or MP36R  data acquisition units. The differential pressure ports are located on the front of the transducers and are easily connected to breathing circuits, pneumotachs or plethysmograph boxes. These transducers are very useful for interfacing a variety of small animal pneumotachs or plethysmographs to the BIOPAC System. Flow heads connect to the differential pressure transducer via standard 4 mm ID tubing. The transducers are extremely sensitive and come in three ranges to suit a number of different applications.
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