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Low Z Strain Gauge Interface
Part #: TCI111A

This low impedance strain gauge transducer interface allows Mercury/Indium-Gallium (liquid metal) transducers with Touchproof sockets (typical, as per gauges from BTI-Monarch) to be used with the DA100C module and MP System.

TCI111A transducer connections support connection to standard dual Touchproof (1.5 mm) female sockets. TCI111A is a Kelvin-type (4 wire) interface cable that enhances signal/noise ratio and eliminates cable movement artifact when using Mercury or Indium-Gallium strain gauge transducers.

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

Low Z Strain Guage Interface
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Subcategories: Sexual Arousal - Research, Transducer Connector Interface - Research

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