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Force Transducer Tens Adjuster
Part #: HDW100A, HDW200
The HDW100A tension adjuster operates with the TSD105A and TSD125 series force transducers. The HDW200 adapter allows 3rd-party tension adjusters to interface with BIOPAC Force Transducers.
The rugged design and stability of the HDW100A mounting allow for fine position control. The position adjuster is located on the top for easy access and smooth operation. Vertical scales are provided for both metric and English units. The HDW100A slides directly onto vertical rod laboratory stands and force transducers are clamped into the unit horizontally.
The HDW200 Tension Adjust Adapter adapter allows 3rd-party tension adjusters to interface with BIOPAC Force Transducers.
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