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MPMS MRI Sensor Extension 8 m

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Micro Pressure Sensor Extension for MRI
Part #: MPMS200 EXT

This extension cable can be used to connect the MPMS200 Micro Pressure Measurement unit in the MRI control room to a TSD281 or TSD283 micro pressure sensor in the MRI chamber room.

  • Cable: 3 mm OD Kevlar reinforced PVC optical cable
  • Fiber core: 62.5 μm core
  • Cable length: 8.0 meters
  • Sensor end connector: F2.5 to TSD281 or TSD283
  • System end connector: SC to MPMS200

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