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MCE100C interface kit

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MCE100C interface kit
Part #: MCEKITC

Build your own customized adapter to a micro-electrode shielded cable. Cable shields can be tied to voltage follower drive or simply grounded. Input capacity compensation and clamp current options can be independently added to or removed from your cable configuration. The MCEKITC comes with seven attached Touchproof sockets (1.5mm) and instructions; mount your interface connector to the housing and solder wires to the sockets.

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