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Disposable RT Electrodes – 3/set (pk of 20 sets)

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Disposable RT Electrodes
Part #: EL510

EL510 is a disposable, Ag-AgCl , radio-translucent set of three electrodes with hydrogel centers and hydrocolloid ends.

    • Pre-wired
    • Micro-lead cables: 58 cm long
    • Connectors: Touchproof
  • Safely secures to limbs without a strap that could reduce circulation
  • Gentle hydrocolloid ends and hydrogel adhesives
  • Long lasting and easy to use, even under high humidity
  • Radiolucent materials allow for x-ray passge
  • Latex, phthalate/DEHP, BPA free
  • Contact area: 10 mm x 10 mm gelled
  • Size: 25 mm x 10 mm
  • Qty: 20 sets of 3 electrodes

MRI Use: Conditional

Condition: Up to 3T, any scanning sequence. (See Specifications for components.)

Disposable RT Electrodes
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Categories: Electrodes - Research, MRI Magnetic Resonance Imaging - Research
Subcategories: Disposable Electrodes - Research, Electrodes & Accessories - Research






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