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Ag-AgCl Reusable Snap Electrodes

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Ag-AgCl Snap Electrodes 4 mm
Part #: EL654, EL658

Reusable Ag-AgCl snap electrodes with 4 or 8 mm diameter and 2 mm deep gel cavity.

Features for improved biopotential recordings

  • Non-polarizable
  • Sintered to increase electrode/electrolyte contact area
  • Do not require chloriding
  • Reusable via resurfacing
  • High stability recordings, to DC, when used with chloride salt gel electrolyte
  • Electrolyte gel cavity reduces artifact due to electrolyte/electrode motion and minimizes electrolyte dissipation/drying over long-term recordings
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Use with adhesive collars (ADD204 or ADD208) and electrode gel (GEL100), and interface with LEAD110S Series snap electrode leads or BioNomadix electrode lead sets (BN-LEAD).

Reusable Ag-AgCl snap electrode with gel cavity

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