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MR Safe RT Lead Adapter – 2 mm pin to TP

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MRI lead adapter
Part #: CBL231-MRI

This adapter is an MR Safe carbon composite radio translucent electrode lead that connects a non-ferrous 2 mm pin to a Touchproof 1.5 mm female connector, 30 cm long.

Use for tDCS systems in an fMRI environment or connecting other MR Safe electrodes and cables that use a 2 mm socket interface.

MR Safe: tested in 3 Tesla

2 mm pin to Touchproof
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Part #: CBL231-MRI
Categories: Cables & Accessories - Research, MRI Magnetic Resonance Imaging - Research
Subcategories: Electrodes & Accessories - Research, Lead Connector Conversion - Research

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