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Hand Clench Dynamometer for MRI

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Hand Clench Dynamom. for MRI
Part #: TSD121B-MRI

Use to measure clench force in the MRI; clench force range 0-50 kgf. The lightweight, ergonomically designed transducer provides direct readings in kilograms or pounds. Use in isolation or combine with EMG recordings for in-depth studies of muscular activity. The isometric design improves experiment repeatability and accuracy. The TSD121B-MRI has an 8 meter cable terminated for connection to the MECMRI-DA. Trace conductive parts (metallic parts) of transducer do not make contact to the subject.

  • Terminates in DSUB9 and requires MECMRI-DA and DA100C for proper operation.

MRI Use: Conditional to 7T

Condition: Conductive parts of transducer are electrically and thermally isolated from subject. (See Specifications for components.)

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Part #: TSD121B-MRI
Categories: MRI Magnetic Resonance Imaging - Research
Subcategories: Transducers - Research

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Simple calibration makes this device very easy to use; see the Specifications PDF link above for details.

This transducer has been employed repeatedly in 3T and 7T Siemens fMRI, running standard EPI (gradient echo) sequences, typically with 18.5 Hz gradient shift rate.

 

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