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Micro Press. Measurement Sys - 1 CH
Part #: MPMS200

The MPMS200 is a single-channel, hand-held fiber optic micro pressure measurement system for physiological pressure monitoring: intra vascular blood pressure; Urodynamic; Intra cranial pressure; Intra uterine pressure; Intra ocular; Cardiac assist applications; etc.

  • Use with TSD280 Series sensors—tip diameter 0.30 mm (1 French)
  • White Light Polarization Interferometry (WLPI) technology* provides the most accurate and reliable absolute Fabry-Perot cavity length measurements
  • Compact and rugged design
  • High resolution and precision
  • Easily interfaces with BIOPAC or 3rd-party DAQs
  • Sensors available for recording in an MRI
  • Automatic atmospheric pressure correction
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Part #: MPMS200
Categories: Amplifiers - Research
Subcategories: Micro Pressure Measurement System - Research

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The amplifier unit provides an analog output signal in the ±5 V range and has a 250 Hz frequency range. The system includes a CBL101 cable to interface directly with the UIM100C for Research Systems. The unit includes a mains power transformer.

The system is used with TSD280 series fiber optic sensors that have an optional extension cable for MRI applications. The probes are suitable for work on small animals (up to the frequency response 250 Hz limit; contact BIOPAC for higher frequency response options).

  • TSD280 – MPMS Sensor 5 cm 2 m
  • TSD281 – MPMS MRI Sensor 5 cm 2 m
  • TSD282 – MPMS Sensor 15 cm 2 m
  • TSD283 – MPMS MRI Sensor 15 cm 2 cm
  • MPMS200 EXT – MPMS MRI Sensor Extension 8 m

* Patent# 7,259,862

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