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Special Electrode Lead Clips

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Lead alligator TP 1 m
Part #: LEAD140, LEAD141, LEAD142

LEAD140 Series electrode clip leads can be used for either recording or stimulation. They are useful for attaching BIOPAC amps to a variety of unusual electrode types, ranging from bare wires, fine wire (including irregular surfaces), needles, unusual junctions, etc. There is ferrous metal in the clip or non-ferrous copper alloy in the clip.

Choose alligator clip, toothless clip, or spring-loaded retractable test clip.

MRI Us: MR Conditional

Condition: LEAD142 only, Animal use only; tested 3T-9T.

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Categories: Electrodes - Education, Electrodes - Research
Subcategories: Leads - Education, Leads - Research

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