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Push Button Hand Switch – MP3X/45

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Push Button Hand Switch, BSL
Part #: SS10L

This pushbutton switch is used for remote event marking or for psychophysiological response testing such as stimulus/response studies. It connects directly to the MP3X or MP45 unit and can be monitored as an input channel.

See also: Digital Switches for MP36/35 only

  • SS53L Hand Switch, Digital
  • SS54L Foot Switch, Digital
  • SS55L 8-channel Marker Box, Digital

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Part #: SS10L
Categories: Transducers - Education, Transducers - Research
Subcategories: Feedback & Markers - Education, Feedback & Markers - Research

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