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Ten20 Conductive Paste 114 g

Ten20 Conductive Gel 114 g
Part #: GEL102

Ten20 is a conductive and adhesive paste specifically formulated for use with reusable (non-disposable) electrodes. Primarily used for EEG electrodes.

Ten20 contains the right balance of adhesiveness and conductivity, enabling electrodes to remain in place while allowing the transmittance of electrical signals. Ten20 is a uniquely washable and non-drying formula.

Do not use too much paste—the size of the area of the paste becomes the effective size of the electrode; this can reduce interelectrode distances and potential differences measured. Wash skin promptly after use.

Contains 12.5% chloride salt.

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