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Displacement Transducer, BSL

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Displacement Transducer, BSL
Part #: SS14L

For use in recording very slight movements in a range of physiological preparations, the SS14L incorporates a semi-isotonic strain gauge and a stainless steel lever which can be mounted in any position. The transducer terminates in a 3-meter cable with connector to interface an MP3X or MP45 data acquisition unit.

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Subcategories: Force - Education, Force - Research

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