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Wireless Temperature Transducers – BioNomadix

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Transducer for wireless, wearable physiology

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BioNomadix Temp Skin Transducer
Part #: BN-TEMP-A-XDCR, BN-TEMP-B-XDCR

Use the BioNomadix Skin Temperature transducer to record skin temperature on a variety of body locations.

The stainless steel banjo design insures rapid and uniform recording of skin surface temperatures. Use with the BioNomadix SKT Transmitter (BN-SKT2) and use TAPE1 to secure the transducer to the skin surface.

  • BN-TEMP-A-XDCR: Response time: 1.1 sec (attached to skin), Size: 9.8 mm (dia) x 3.3 mm (high)
  • BN-TEMP-B-XDCR: Response time: 0.6 sec (in air), Dimensions: 1.7 mm (dia) x 5 mm (long)

BioNomadix Skin Temperature Transducer
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