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Disposable Cloth Facial Electrodes

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facial EMG cloth electrode
Part #: EL513, EL513-10

Disposable cloth electrodes designed for recording EMG or ECG  for sleep and facial applications.

10 mm contact area on 2 cm x 2 cm backing

  • Front has standard snap for lead connection
  • Back has conductive adhesive solid gel that tolerates repositioning for proper placement

The non-woven cloth base of the electrode is extremely conforming to contours of the face and very comfortable.

Available 60/pack  or 600/pack.

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Categories: Electrodes - Education, Electrodes - Research
Subcategories: Disposable Electrodes - Education, Disposable Electrodes - Research

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Salt content 3-5%

Hypoallergenic

Latex-free

Use with LEAD110 series or BN-LEAD series electrode clip leads.

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