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Micro Pressure Sensors for MRI

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pressure sensor 15 cm MRI
Part #: TSD283, TSD281

These 0.30 mm OD (1French) micro pressure sensors for MRI applications connect to the MPMS200 amplifier unit via the MPMS EXT extension cable:

  • TSD281 is 50 mm long
  • TSD283 is 150 mm long

MRI Use: MR Safe (see Specifications for components)

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TSD281

  • Sensor tip diameter: 0.30 mm OD (1French)
  • Sensor tip material: PIT 3 tube
  • Sensor tip material length: 50 mm
  • Cable length: 2.0 meter
  • Cable sheath: PTFE
  • Connector: F2.5 ferrule connector
  • Operating range : P1 (- 50 mmHg to + 300 mmHg (relative to atmospheric pressure)

TSD283

  • Sensor tip diameter: 0.30 mm (1 French)
  • Sensor tip material: PIT 3 tube
  • Sensor tip material length: 150 mm
  • Cable length: 2.0 meter
  • Cable sheath: PTFE
  • Connector: F2.5 ferrule connector
  • Operating range : P1 (- 50 mmHg to + 300 mmHg (relative to atmospheric pressure)

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