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SuperLab Interface Cbl to MP36/36R/35

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SuperLab Interface Cbl to MP36/35 or MP36R
Part #: STP35

The STP35 Interface Cable connects SuperLab to an MP36/35 Biopac Student Lab System unit or MP36R Research System unit. The STP35 cable interfaces with the I/O port of the rear of the unit.

See also: STP35W SuperLab System for MP36/36R/35

Cable MP3X to SuperLab Interface
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Part #: STP35
Categories: Stimulation - Education, Stimulation - Research
Subcategories: Stimulus Presentation - Education, Stimulus Presentation - Research

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