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Electrode Leads – BioNomadix Wireless

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BioNomadix Electrode Lead 2 x 15 cm
Part #: BN-EL15-LEAD2, BN-EDA25-LEAD2, BN-EL15-LEAD3, BN-EL30-LEAD2, BN-EL30-LEAD3, BN-EL45-LEAD2, BN-EL45-LEAD3, BN-EL50-LEAD2, BN-EL50-LEAD4, BN-EDA-LEAD2

Lead Sets for Data Recording with BioNomadix Wireless Transmitters and Smart Amplifiers

Available: 2-lead and 3-lead 15 cm, 30 cm or 45 cm , 4-lead 50 cm, EDA/GSR 2-lead 15 cm or 25 cm, and 2 alligator clip lead 50 cm.

Use electrode leads with disposable electrodes; EL504 recommended.

Use only BN-EDA/EDA25-LEAD2 for EDA/GSR! Do not use other leads for EDA/GSR!

Add BN-ADAPT-2 Adapter 2 x 10 cm for connecting 1.5 mm Touchproof leads to BN Transmitter or BN-ADAPT-3 Adapter 3 x 10 cm for connecting 1.5 mm Touchproof leads to BN Transmitter.

BioNomadix wireless transmitters and Smart Amps use short leads placed close to the signal source to provide excellent signal quality for biopotentials…ECG, EEG, EGG, EMG, EOG or NICO. The leads are lightweight and flexible.

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Two Lead Sets | Red and White Clip Leads

BN-EL15-LEAD2 Electrode Lead 2 x 15 cm

BN-EL30-LEAD2 Electrode Lead 2 x 30 cm

BN-EL45-LEAD2 Electrode Lead 2 x 45 cm

Two Lead Set | Alligator Clip Leads

BN-EL50-LEAD2 2 x 15 cm

Two Lead Set | EDA Lead* to BioNomadix BN-PPGED | Red and White Clip Leads

BN-EDA-LEAD2 EDA Electrode Lead 2 x 15 cm

BN-EDA25-LEAD2 EDA Electrode Lead 2 x 25 – suggested for finger placement

Three Lead Sets | Red, White, and Black Clip Leads

BN-EL15-LEAD3 Electrode Lead 3 x 15 cm

BN-EL30-LEAD3 Electrode Lead 3 x 30 cm

BN-EL45-LEAD3 Electrode Lead 3 x 45 cm

NICO Lead Set to BioNomadix BN-NICO | Red and White Clip Leads

BN-EL50-LEAD4 Electrode Lead 4 x 50 cm – Two of these leads are required for each BN-NICO unit: one is used for current sourcing/sinking and the other is used for voltage monitoring.


* EDA/GSR Lead Placement Options

  • EDA Wrist/distal phalange (and distal phalange PPG)
  • EDA Wrist/proximal phalange (and distal phalange PPG)
  • EDA Wrist/palmar surfaces (and distal phalange PPG)
  • EDA Neck/shoulder (and Ear PPG)
  • EDA ankle/sole (and toe PPG)

For placement on alternate locations, such as the shoulder, when the hands and feet are not an option, consider BN-TP-ADAPT3 with 2 x LEAD110.

Use BIOPAC Electrodermal Activity (EDA) equipment to record Galvanic Skin Reponse (GSR) Data

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