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Interface 2 mm Hg Strain

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Interface 2 mm Hg Strain
Part #: BSL-TCI18

This interface cable (two 2 mm sockets*) adapts an existing BTI / Monarch type liquid metal (mercury or indium gallium) strain gauge silastic transducer to the Biopac Student Lab MP36/35/30 data acquisition unit or MP36R research data acquisition unit.

Liquid metal transducers are useful for plethysmograph studies, male sexual arousal studies, joint swelling studies, vascular studies, thrombosis studies, rat tail BP studies, etc.

* To convert this interface cable to accept liquid metal transducers that terminate in 1.5 mm ID Touhproof sockets (versus 2 mm pins), use two CBL201 cables.

BSL Interface - 2 mm Hg Strain
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