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Disp. RT Dry Electrode, 100/pk

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Disp. RT Dry Electrode, 100/pk
Part #: EL509

These disposable dry electrodes have a very long shelf-life and are ideal for EDA/GSR applications. EL509 electrodes are radiotranslucent and have circular contact area on an oblong backing. Requires LEAD108B or LEAD108C and electrode gel—GEL101 recommended for EDA/GSR.

  • Standard snap connection
  • Ag/AgCl laminated, carbon composition contact (11 mm dia)
    • Incorporates gel cavity (16 mm dia  1.5 mm deep)
  • Foam tape backing: 1.5 mm thick, latex free
  • Strong adhesion
  • Size: 27 mm x 36 mm
  • Qty: 100
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Disposable radiotranslucent dry electrode
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Part #: EL509
Categories: Electrodes - Research, MRI Magnetic Resonance Imaging - Research
Subcategories: Electrodes & Accessories - Research, Disposable Electrodes - Research

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MRI Use: Conditional to 7T

Condition: Up to 7T, any scanning sequence; up to 9T on animals.  Use with LEAD108 series only. (See Specifications for components.)

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Note—Use a DTU Series Digital Trigger Unit to trigger an MRI System with the occurrence of the R-wave; see BIOPAC MRI Guidelines.


To add gel:

EL509 Disposable dry electrode with sponge pad
  1. Fill back cavity and sponge (adhesive side) with gel.
  2. Press firmly to clear air pockets.

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