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Disposable EDA/GSR Electrode
Part #: EL507A, EL507A-10

These dry disposable snap electrodes are designed for electrodermal activity studies and are ungelled. The latex-free electrodes conform and adhere well to fingers.

  • Standard snap connection
  • Ag/AgCl contact
  • Strong adhesion
  • Size: 27 mm wide x 36 mm long x 1.5 mm thick
  • Contact: 11 mm dia

Use with GEL101A Isotonic Electrode Gel. Add a small amount of gel to the sponge pad before applying the electrode to the subject. Gel not included.

Use with BN-EDA-LEAD2 or BN-EDA25-LEAD2, LEAD110A unshielded clip lead, or SS57LA EDA lead set.

EDA “Electrodermal Activity” is also known as GSR “Galvanic Skin Response.” Use BIOPAC Electrodermal Activity (EDA) hardware to record Galvanic Skin Response (GSR) Data.

See also: BIOPAC MRI Guidelines.

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Note: Pre-gelled EL507 are no longer available. Use EL507A Dry Electrodes with GEL101A or equivalent.


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