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Sensor for SS6/6L+TSD202A (repl.)

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Sensor for SS6/6L+TSD202A (repl.)
Part #: RX202A

This is a replacement temperature sensor for

  • TSD202A for MP research systems
  • SS6L for BSL education systems
  • SS6 for telemetry/wireless systems

The sensor snaps onto the transducer connector for connection to a BIOPAC data acquisition system.
Note: RX202A Sensor (white) shown above with transducer connector (black); ships as sensor only.

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Categories: Transducers - Education, Transducers - Research
Subcategories: Temperature - Education, Temperature - Research

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