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FO Rectal Temp Probe, 8 m

High-accuracy Fiber Optic Temperature Probe

Stand-alone system, or interface MP160/MP150

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FO Rectal Temp Probe, 8 m
Part #: TSD180

High-accuracy fiber optic temperature probes

Rectal probe: 420 µm OD of Polyimide tubing; 900 µm OD tight buffer PVC, 8 m

For 3 m option, see TSD182.

Use FO probes with the stand alone FOTS100 Fiber Optic Temperature System.

To interface with a BIOPAC MP System, add a cable interface (separate purchase):

  • MP150 or MP100 System: CBL101

MRI Use: Conditional

Condition: Max MR field strength 3T (TSD380 and TSD381 transducers available for high field strength MRI applications); FOTS100 module stays in control room. (See Specifications for components.)

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Part #: TSD180
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Subcategories: Transducers - Research

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