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SpO2 Human Oximetry Transducers

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Convert biological signals for analysis with MP system or AcqKnowledge®

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Finger Clip SpO2
Part #: TSD124A, TSD124B, TSD124C

The TSD124 series human oximetry transducers are reliable and simple to use on a wide range of subjects for both short-term and continuous noninvasive monitoring; use with the OXY100E oximetry amplifier or the OXYSSH-SYS Human Oximetry System (note: OXYSSH-SYS includes one TSD124A).

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

Also available: extension cable OXY100E-200 EXT

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Easy Setup, Comfortable for Subjects

Clip-on and flex wrap oximetry transducers provide quick, comfortable setup and great data

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