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Low Voltage Stimulator, BSL MP35

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Low Voltage Stimulator, BSL MP35
Part #: SS58L

Use the low voltage stimulator with any electrode or lead with a BNC connector (such as needle electrodes or clip leads) for direct stimulation of animal or tissue preps.  Control the stimulus with the Output Control option of the BSL PRO software. Monitor the output directly on the computer without any external cable.

Interface options:

  • Nerve chambers: use BSLCBL3A or BSLCBL4B
  • Stimulation electrodes: use ELSTM2 Clip leads — use BSLCBL7, BSLCBL11, or BSLCBL12
  • Sound output: use with OUT1 or OUT1A headphones, or speakers
MP36 users, please note: The MP36 has a built-in stimulator and is not compatible with/does not require the SS58L; use OUT3 with the MP36 for low voltage stimulus capability.
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MP35 Low Voltage Stimulator
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Part #: SS58L
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low voltage stimulator output controlPulse level: -10 V to + 10 V, software adjustable in 5 mV increments

Pulse width: 0.05-100 milliseconds

Pulse repetition: 5 seconds-0.1 millisecond (0.2-10,000 Hz)

Power: No additional power required

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