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Temp., surface/fast-response, BSL
Part #: SS6L
The SS6L is used to measure temperature on a variety of body locations.

The SS6L is also appropriate for use in locations where temperature changes rapidly, as with the temperature changes of inspired/expired breath.

  • TAPE1 can be used to hold the SS6L in place.
  • Replacement sensor available: RX202A

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Subcategories: Temperature - Education, Temperature - Research

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