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High-impedance Cable
Part #: BSLCBL8, BSLCBL9

Micro-electrode interface cables for MP36/36R, MP35, MP30, or MP45*

These fully-shielded, unity gain, high-impedance, differential input, electrode interface cables permit high resolution recording of biopotential signals. These interface cables incorporates dual ultra-high impedance buffer amplifiers (one for Vin+ and one for Vin-) to allow for connections to needle electrodes, wire electrodes, or very small surface electrodes (~1 mm diameter). The adapter terminates with standard 1.5 mm male Touchproof electrode connectors.

Shield  Brown
Vin+  Red
Ground  Black
Vin-  White
Shield  Green

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Typically, this electrode interface cable is used with needle, wire, or pellet  micro-electrodes for use in animal or organ studies (for glass electrodes, see SS72L interface). Interface with EL450 series needle electrodes, LEAD140 clip adapters (to connect to wire or Ag/AgCl pellets in glass electrodes), or LEAD110 unshielded electrode leads. If a single-ended configuration is required, use one JUMP100C to connect Vin- to GND to establish the reference electrode.

This interface cable can also be used with…

  • Reusable EL250 or EL350 series surface electrodes; see the SS1LA adapter
  • Disposable EL500 series surface electrodes; see the SS1LA adapter

For glass microelectrodes, see SS72L Microelectrode Amplifier, a very high impedance, single-ended input amplifier that accepts glass or wire electrodes.

*For MP30, use BSLCBL9.

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