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BSLSTM-Nerve Chamber Cbl
Part #: BSLCBL1A, BSLCBL2A, BSLCBL3A, BSLCBL4B

These BSLCBLs are BNC to 2x banana cables to interface the BSL Stimulator with the NERVE1, NERVE2, or other third-party nerve conduction chambers. The banana tips are gold plated for increased longevity. The cable uses a stackable ground connector and is 1.2 m long.

BSLCBL1A replaces BSLCBL1.

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BSLSTM Stimulator to Nerve Chamber Cable
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Use BSLCBL1A with NERVE1 or third party chambers.

For third-party nerve chambers, use with the BSLCBL3A Nerve Chamber recording cable.

For NERVE1 and NERVE2 chambers, use with BSLCBL4B Nerve Chamber recording cable and a BSLCBL2A to interface with BSL Stimulator.

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