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Cbl Stim BNC-M - 2 x alligator
Part #: BSLCBL7, BSLCBL11, BSLCBL12

Use to interface stimulating silver or platinum wire electrodes or to connect directly with an animal preparation or isolated tissue preparation. These 1-meter cables terminate with one BNC connector to interface with a BIOPAC Stimulator (BSLSTM, SS58L or STM200).

Clip options include two alligator clips (BSLCBL7), one spring-loaded clip (BSLCBL11), or toothless alligator clip (BSLCBL12).

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Stimulator Cable BNC-M - 2 x alligator
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