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BioNomadix EEG CAP - Small
Part #: BN-CAP-SMALL, BN-CAP-MEDIUM, BN-CAP-LARGE

Electrode Cap for BN-EEGCAP-SYS

EEG cap with 19 electrodes in International 10/20 montage. Record EEG with BN-EEG2 wireless module, BN-EEGCAP-SYS connector and gel, and BN-ADAPT-TP3 and/or BN-ADAPT-TP2 depending on electrode sites to be recorded.

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Bionomadix Small EEG Cap
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