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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.

Ships with three straps:  20 cm x 25.4 mm; 33 cm x 25.4 mm; and 76 cm x 25.4 mm. For additional straps, use BN-STRAP Series.

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

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