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Glass Microelectrode Amplifier

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Microelectrode amplifier dSub9 input
Part #: SS72L

This Microelectrode Amplifier is a very high impedance, single-ended input amplifier that accepts glass or wire electrodes for intracellular or extracellular measurements; one alligator clip lead (LEAD140) is included—other options available. Interface directly with MP36/36R/35 data acquisition units, or add TCI114 and DA100C to interface with MP160/150 Systems.

Microelectrode Amplifier Features

  • Use with glass or wire electrodes
  • Extremely high impedance (Zin)
  • Fully-shielded
  • Separate ground connection
  • Single-ended input
  • Differential or single-ended output
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high impedance input amplifier for glass or wire electrodes
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