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Penile PPG Transducer plus Interface

Precision Transducer for Research Data Acquisition

Convert biological signals for analysis with MP system or AcqKnowledge®

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PNPG Transducer plus Interface
Part #: TSDPNPG

The TSDPNPG series penile plethysmography transducer is an easy to use liquid metal (Indium Gallium) strain gauge. The transducer comes in a variety of sizes ranging from 6.0 cm to 12.5 cm. The gauge is designed for single use or same client only and is sold in 0.5 cm size increments.

The TSDPNPG includes one TSD205-size transducer plus the interface to either MP160/150 or MP36R systems.

  • MP160/150 system: the interface is TCI111A and it needs to connect to a DA100C amplifier.
  • MP36R system: the interface includes the BSL-TCI18 with 2 x CBL201.
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Part #: TSDPNPG
Categories: Transducers - Research
Subcategories: General - Research

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Specify size(s) and interface when ordering. Available sizes include:

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Circumference 

TSD205-6.06.0 cm
TSD205-6.56.5 cm
TSD205-7.07.0 cm
TSD205-7.57.5 cm
TSD205-8.08.0 cm
TSD205-8.58.5 cm
TSD205-9.09.0 cm
TSD205-9.59.5 cm
TSD205-1010.0 cm
TSD205-10.510.5 cm
TSD205-1111.0 cm
TSD205-11.511.5 cm
TSD205-1212.0 cm
TSD205-12.512.5 cm

AcqKnowledge allows for a variety of physiological sexual arousal parameters including temperature, EDA, respiration, and pulse. Pulse rate, respiration rate, pulse amplitude, and area under the pulse curve are viewable using AcqKnowledge calculation channels.

Present a wide range of videos or images and send marker/trigger information to the MP System with a stimulus presentation package. Use automated analysis features, triggering off of the image markers, to determine the onset timing, duration, and amplitude of the subject’s response. Add subject feedback via the Variable Assessment Transducer TSD115.

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