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Stim Electrode, Human-safe
Part #: HSTM01

The Human-safe Stimulation Electrode HSTM01 provides a superior degree of safety and comfort when using a Voltage Stimulator for human stimulation. The ergonomic design allows the user to focus on the electrode placement instead of worrying about holding the electrode.

Subjects depress the red safety switch to allow the software-controlled stimulus presentation through. To stop the stimulus, they simply remove their thumb from the switch and the electrode shuts off.

The electrode terminates in a BNC connector that interfaces with the BSLSTMA or BSLSTMB Voltage Stimulator.

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Part #: HSTM01
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Subcategories: Stimulation - Research, Stimulation - Education

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