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Variable Assessment Trans

Precision Transducer for Research Data Acquisition

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Variable Assessment Trans
Part #: TSD115, TSD115A

TSD115 Series Variable Assessment Transducers allow participants to report subjective assessments with values from 1 to 10 to correlate subjective reporting with physiological measures. Multiple assessment transducers can be used simultaneously allowing several people to answer the same question or otherwise respond to stimuli.

These lightweight transducers fit easily into a subject’s hand or lap and are equipped with a 7.6-meter cable for direct connection to the HLT100C module.

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Part #: TSD115
Categories: Transducers - Research
Subcategories: Feedback & Markers - Research

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TSD115 slide control transducer provides a graduated scale that allows the user to gauge their subjective response to a variety of different stimuli.

TSD115A dial transducer  It is approximately 10 cm x 5 cm in size and is suitable for handheld operation. The knob is affixed with a small screw and may be removed by users who want to cover the dial with their own ratings label. Two adhesive velcro discs are included with the transducer to allow the unit to be affixed to a desk or wall instead of allowing for handheld operation.

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