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Electrode Lead Adapter, TP

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Electrode Lead Adapter, TP
Part #: SS1LA

The fully-shielded electrode interface cable permits high resolution recording of biopotential signals. The 3-meter adapter cable accepts standard Touchproof connectors. Use this lead adapter with:

  • LEAD120 and EL120 contact post electrodes
  • LEAD110 Series and
    • EL160 series Reusable gold cup electrodes
    • EL250 series reusable Ag-AgCl electrodes
    • EL350 series bar electrodes
    • EL450 series needle electrodes
  • LEAD140 series clip leads

To use disposable electrodes, connect 2 x LEAD110S-R/W shielded electrode leads to the Vin+ and Vin- inputs, and 1 x LEAD110 unshielded lead to the Ground input. The LEAD110 series electrode leads will interface with any BIOPAC disposable electrode.

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