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Jumper, 2 mm pin, stackable, 10 cm
Part #: JUMP100, JUMP100C

These jumper connectors (10 cm long) are used to create a common reference between Biopotential amplifier modules. Link one reference electrode to multiple amplifier inputs using one jumper connector per amplifier. Jumper connectors are required when connecting the same reference electrode lead to two or more amplifiers, as in multi-lead ECG or unipolar EEG measurements.

Use JUMP100 for

  • all connections between all 100B-series Biopotential amplifiers
  • connection to the UIM100C
  • connection to the DA100C

Use JUMP100C for connecting to 100C-Series amplifiers and JUMP100C-MRI for MRI applications.

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