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Force, 50g Fixed, BSL
Part #: SS63L, SS64L, SS65L, SS66L
The SS63L-66L series force transducers connect directly to a BSL MP3X data acquisition unit. The force transducer is designed for in vitro tissue bath studies, in vivo force measurements, and other applications where low noise, accuracy and repeatability are critical. The most sensitive units are ideal for use with small preparations such as aortic rings. The force transducer utilizes a precision strain gauge element, which has superb low noise characteristics and excellent linearity, and comes with a versatile mounting rod assembly to support a variety of orientations.
Options include:
  • SS63L – 50 g
  • SS64L – 100 g
  • SS65L – 200 g
  • SS66L – 500 g
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