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Pulse Oximetry Transducers

Precision Transducer for Research Data Acquisition

Convert biological signals for analysis with MP system or AcqKnowledge®

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Pulse Oximeter Trans, Finger
Part #: TSD123A, TSD123B

The TSD123 series transducers connect to the OXY100C pulse oximeter module to provide continuous readings for SpO2, pulse rate and pulse waveform. The TSD123A transducer is a comfortable and easy to use finger clip, ideal for short-term monitoring. The TSD123B transducer attaches to fingers, toes and ears with adhesive patches (included) and is well suited for long-term monitoring.

TSD123 series is for existing OXY100C users only!

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