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Paired Electrodes

Disp. paired electrode foam 25 pais/pk
Part #: EL500, EL500-6

These disposable snap electrodes provide the same signal transmission as reusable electrodes, with added convenience and hygiene. Each peel-and-stick foam-backed sheet has two electrode contacts and each electrode is pre-gelled. Designed for one use only. Use disposable snap electrodes with LEAD110 series electrode leads or any other BIOPAC lead specified for snap electrods.

These fixed spacing electrode pairs are primarily used for recording nerve conduction measurements, cardiac output, electrical bio-impedance and general-purpose surface EMG measurements.

$45.00 - $245.00

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  • Standard snap connection
  • Ag/AgCl contact (11 mm dia)
  • Incorporates gel cavity (16 mm dia x 1.5 mm deep)
  • Electrolyte: wet liguid gel (10% chloride salt)
  • Strong adhesion
  • Size: 41 mm wide x 82 mm long x 1.5 mm thick
  • Qty: 25 or 150 sheets (2 contacts per sheet)

For best performance, use shielded leads (e.g., LEAD110S) for recording electrodes and an unshielded lead (e.g., LEAD110) for the ground electrode.

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