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Disp. EDA Electrode 100/pk
Part #: EL507, EL507-10

These disposable snap electrodes are designed for electrodermal activity studies and are pre-gelled with isotonic gel. The latex-free electrodes conform and adhere well to fingers. Use with LEAD110A or SS57L unshielded electrode lead.

  • Standard snap connection
  • Ag/AgCl contact
  • Electrolyte: wet liquid gel (0.5% chloride salt)
  • Incorporates gel cavity
  • Strong adhesion
  • Size: 27 mm wide x 36 mm long x 1.5 mm thick
  • contact: 11 mm dia
  • gel cavity: 16 mm dia x 1.5 mm deep

See also: BIOPAC MRI Guidelines.

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Disp. EDA Electrode 100/pk
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EDA “Electrodermal Activity” is also known as GSR “Galvanic Skin Response.” Use BIOPAC Electrodermal Activety (EDA) hardware to record Galvanic Skin Response (GSR) Data.

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