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Upgrade to BSL 3.7

Upgrade to BSL3.7 Win
Part #: BSL37U-W, BSL37U-M

Use to upgrade Windows or Mac OS X USB Biopac Student Lab software to BSL 3.7.7 . This upgrade includes one current installation pack and one current BSL Lab Manual.

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As a valued customer, you receive this upgrade to your existing BSL System at a substantial savings.

  • BONUS SAVINGS! When you upgrade more than one system at the same time, you will save 25% on each additional software upgrade.

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Just provide the serial number of the MP3X unit that each software upgrade will be used on to receive this special offer.

See also: MP36U-W BSL System Upgrade for Windows. Take advantage of the new, improved MP36 data acquisition features and BSL 4 software updates.

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