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Jumper Cable for MRI (2xTPF to 1xTPM)

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Jumper cable for MRI use
Part #: JUMP100C-MRI

Custom-fabricated Y cable for MRI use

Tin plated, carbon composition with goldplated brass connectors
Only available from BIOPAC!

Use this Y cable for MRI use to reference two or more amplifier inputs to a single electrode input; connects two Touchproof female inputs to one Touchproof male input.

Jumper connectors are required when connecting the same reference electrode lead to two or more amplifiers. Primarily used when recording biopotential measurements—such as multi-lead ECG or unipolar EEG measurements—in the MRI.

MR Conditional: up to 9 Tesla

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Jumper Cable for MRI up to 9T
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Part #: JUMP100C-MRI
Categories: Cables & Accessories - Research, MRI Magnetic Resonance Imaging - Research
Subcategories: Jumper Connectors - Research

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