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Variable Force Transducer

Precision Transducer for Research Data Acquisition

Convert biological signals for analysis with MP system or AcqKnowledge®

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Variable Force Transducer
Part #: TSD105A

The TSD105A interfaces with the DA100C general-purpose transducer amplifier to measure a wide range of forces (50 g to 1000 g) in a variety of applications, including very fine in-vitro tissue bath work as well as larger in-vivo applications. Forces are conveyed to the strain beam via an adjustable moment, five-position, precision lever arm to insure accurate force measurements. The transducer comes with a versatile mounting rod assembly to support multiple orientations.

When fine tension and position adjustments are required, clamp the mounting rod to an HDW100A Force Transducer Tension Adjuster (not included).

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