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Thermode for Thermal Stimulation

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Thermal Stimulus Transducer
Part #: TSD191

The TSD191 Thermode has a 30 mm x 30 mm contact area to deliver hot/cold thermal stimulation pulses when driven by the Stimulation Control Unit (SCU).  The method of delivery for heating and cooling is Peltier – thermoelectric.  The thermal response’s baseline will be the resting (normal) temperature of the Thermode in the ambient environment.

The thermal probe incorporates a built-in heat sink and fan; the venting areas between the stimulation area and the heat sink should remain unobstructed to ensure proper operation.

The TSD191 is included with the STMTHERM Thermal Stimulator but may also be ordered separately.

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