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Disposable Long-term Electrodes

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Long-term electrode 50/pk
Part #: EL502, EL502-10

These disposable, long-term recording, snap electrodes provide the same signal transmission as reusable electrodes, with added convenience and hygiene. Each peel-and-stick electrode is pre-gelled and designed for one use only.

  • Standard snap connection
  • Ag/AgCl contact (11 mm dia)
  • Electrolyte: hydrogel (4% chloride salt)
  • Size: 41 mm vinyl backing
  • Moderate adhesive
  • Qty: 50

Use disposable snap electrodes with any BIOPAC lead specified for snap electrodes (e.g. LEAD110 series). For best performance, use shielded leads (e.g., the LEAD110S) for recording electrodes and an unshielded lead (e.g., LEAD110) for the ground electrode.

Long-term electr 50/pk
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