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Hand Dynamometer – MP3X

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Hand Dynamometer, BSL
Part #: SS25LB, SS25LA

Use this lightweight, ergonomically designed hand dynamometer to measure grip; clench force range 0-50 kgf. Use in isolation or combine with EMG recordings for in-depth studies of muscular activity. The isometric design improves experiment repeatability and accuracy, and simple calibration makes the device very easy to use. Transducer provides direct readings in kilograms or pounds.

When using with Biopac Student Lab:

SS25LB is compatible with versions BSL 4.1 and higher only

SS25LA is required if you are running older versions of the BSL software and choose not to upgrade (see BSL4U)

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Hand Dynamometry 0-50 kfg
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The dynamometers have a 3 meter cable terminated in a Simple Sensor for direct connection to a CH input on the front panel of an MP36/36R/35/45 unit.

Proper grip: Place the palm across the shorter bar and wrap fingers to center the force.

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