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Pressure Pad for TSD110 and SS67L

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Pressure Pad for TSD110 and SS67L
Part #: RX110

The RX110 is a self-inflating pressure pad connected to tubing terminating in a Luer male connector. The RX110 sensor is included with the SS67L and TSD110 Respiration Pad Transducers and can be used to

  • Measure pulse when placed on a major pulse point.
  • Noninvasively measure respiration—from a small mouse to a human.
  • Measure small pressing forces (like pinching fingers together) for Parkinson’s evaluations.
  • Measure human facial expressions (smiling, frowning, etc.)
  • Measure spacing and pressure between teeth coming together.
  • Measure startle blink response.

The RX110 sensor can be used many times, but may eventually need to be replaced because it is a sensitive sensor and may become damaged with rough use.

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Components:
  • Pneumogram Sensor (RX110)
  • Differential Pressure Transducer (TSD160B for MP150/MP100 or SS41L for MP3X)
  • Tubing (AFT30, AFT30-L or AFT30-XL)
  • Luer lock (incl. with tubing for RX110)
  1. Connect the Tubing screwcap to the Luer Lock.
    RX100 connection via tubing and Luer lock
  2. Connect the Sensor tubing to the Luer Lock.
  3. Connect the other end of the Tubing to the ‚+‚ on the Differential Pressure Transducer:
    RX110 to TSD160B or SS41L

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