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High Field FO Temperature Probes

High-accuracy Fiber Optic Temperature Probe

Stand-alone system, or interface MP160/MP150

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Fiber-optic temperature sensors
Part #: TSD380, TSD381

High-accuracy, high-field fiber optic Rectal Temperature Sensors for use in MRI field strength >3T

Cable sheath: TSD380 0.9 mm OD PVC, TSD381: 3.0 mm OD PVC
Cable length: 8.0 meters
Sensor tip material: GT standard; 1.2 mm OD
Sensor tip material length: 7 mm
Connector: SC connector to FOTS200 System
Operating range : 0 °C to 85 °C
Calibrated range: 20°C to 40°C

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Categories: MRI Magnetic Resonance Imaging - Research
Subcategories: Transducers - Research

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Use TSD380 series sensors with the FOTS200 High Field Fiber Optic Temperature System, an AccuSens signal conditioner specifically designed for measuring physiological temperature that can be used as a stand-alone system or easily integrated with BIOPAC MP150 or MP36R Systems.

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