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Heel/Toe Strike Sensor Replace

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Replacement heel/toe strike sensor

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Heel/Toe Strike Sensor Replace
Part #: RX111

Replacement strike sensor for Heel/Toe Strike transducers:

  • TSD111A (research systems)
  • SS28A (telemetry systems)
  • SS28LA (education systems)

Note—Heel/Toe Strike Transducers without the “A” suffix in the part number (SS28, SS28L, and TSD111) do not have a replaceable sensor. Check the part number or check the cable for a removable sensor connector before ordering this replacement.

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Categories: Transducers - Education, Transducers - Research, Transducer Accessories - Research
Subcategories: General - Education, General - Research

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