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Interface Hokanson Gauge
Part #: TCI112

This interface (4-pin adapter) adapts an existing Hokanson type liquid metal (mercury or indium gallium) strain gauge silastic transducer to the DA100C amplifier module for BIOPAC Research Systems.

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

Hokanson Guage Interface
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Part #: TCI112
Categories: Transducers - Research
Subcategories: Transducer Connector Interface - Research

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