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ELSTM2
Part #: ELSTM1, ELSTM2

Recommended for use when applying a stimulus to animal subjects and tissue preparations

ELSTM1 Unshielded Stimulation Bar Electrode for Research Systems with BNC connector

ELSTM2 Needle electrode has a BNC connector that will interface with either the STM200 or the STMISOLA for animal studies

The dual stainless steel needles are Teflon coated, with a flexible 2.5 meter cable terminating in a BNC connector. The Teflon coating prevents the needle from making contact with the subject except at the very tip of the needle, which is exposed. For applications that require better contact between the electrode and the subject to record a good signal, abrade the needle to remove the Teflon coating.

Note: Needle electrodes are shipped non-sterile, so pre-sterilization is required.

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Use the ELSTM2 with:

  • MP36, MP36R, MP35
    • Low Voltage Stimulator, SS58L
    • Stimulator for MP36/35, BSLSTMB
    • Biopac Student Lab Stimulator for MP3X, BSLSTMA
    • Current or Voltage Linear Isolated Stimulator, STMISOLA
  • MP160 & MP150
    • Stimulator Module (Unipolar Pulse) for  , STM200
    • Current or Voltage Linear Isolated Stimulator, STMISOLA

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