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SpO2 Transducers for Animals

Precision Transducer for Research Data Acquisition

Convert biological signals for analysis with MP system or AcqKnowledge®

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Part #: TSD270A, TSD270B

TSD270 Series veterinary oximetry transducers are reliable and simple to use on a wide range of animals for both short-term and continuous noninvasive monitoring; use with the OXY200 Veterinary oximetry amplifier.

  • Transflectance Sensor (TSD270A) for continuous monitoring from the paw, underside, base of the tail or other well-vascularized surfaces; an excellent choice for dental procedures.
  • Flexible Wrap Sensor (TSD270B) is easily secured on a small, well-perfused appendage—i.e., toe (dog, large animal) or base of the tail (small animal)—making it ideal for continuous monitoring during long procedures/surgery.

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The transducers incorporate Nonin’s PureLight® sensors and are backed by a six-month warranty.

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