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Gold-plated Cup Electrodes

Au cup electrode, green, reuse
Part #: EL160, EL160-EAR, EL160-R, EL160-W

Reusable gold-plated cup electrode with 10 mm cup diameter and 1.2 m green, white or red cable. One electrode per package. Super-flexible PVC insulated leadwire terminates in a standard Touchproof connector.

EL160-EAR is a pair of gold-plated ear clip electrodes with 1.5 m silicone leadwires, one red and one blue, ending in standard Touchproof connectors.

Use with MEC Series Module Extension Cables for MP150/100 Systems or SS1LA Touchproof Electrode Lead Adapter for MP36R or BSL Systems.

Before use, check the electrode for damage and excessive wear. If in doubt, replace it.

Please do not use these electrodes unless you have been trained in the proper use and placement of these devices.

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After each use clean with warm water and a mild detergent. Use a soft cloth or Q-tip. Then disinfect with 70% alcohol or a water based disinfectant. Do not soak in water for prolonged periods, it causes deterioration of the electrode.

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