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Tail Cuff Sensor for MRI

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MRI Tail Cuff Sensor 11 mm
Part #: RXCUFSEN11-MRI, RXCUFSEN13-MRI, RXCUFSEN9.5-MRI
Alternate tail cuff for the NIBP200A and NIBP250 Small Animal Tail Blood Pressure Systems—for use in MRI applications.
The body of the sensor is plastic (Delrin) and the tail sleeve is Latex.
There is an MRI fiber optic adapter between the NIBP200A/NIBP250 amplifier and the sensor.
The adapter connects to the NIPB200A/NIBP250 sensor input by a short cable.
The IR light source and IR light detector ends are connected to the sensor by 1.5 m dual-fiber optical cable.
The cuff Air outlet at the NIBP200A/NIBP250 amplifier connects to the sensor by 1.5 m plastic (Tygon) tubing.
The Tail Cuff is available in 3 diameter sizes: 9.5 mm, 11 mm and 13 mm.
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