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LEAD115 Lighter Lead Series

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Part #: LEAD115, LEAD115-R, LEAD115-W

New series of unshielded 1 m electrode leads with thin cable; suitable for facial EMG and other areas where lighter, shorter lead cables are required. Use for female Touchproof connectors to pinch clip connectors—connect electrodes to either a C-series amplifier or an MEC. The pinch connectors are light weight and the lead cable tinsel wire is 1.27 mm diameter.

LEAD115 (black)

LEAD115-R (red)

LEAD115-W (white)

45 cm lightweight leads
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