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Y Cable for MRI (2xTPM to 1xTPF)

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CBL204-MRI Y adapter
Part #: CBL204-MRI

Y cable for MRI—custom-fabricated with MR Conditional components and carbon fiber cable—only available from BIOPAC!

Use this Y cable for MRI use to reference two or more electrodes to a single biopotential amplifier input; connects two Touchproof male inputs to one Touchproof female input. Primarily used for NICO noninvasive cardiac output measurements in the MRI.

MR Conditional: up to 9 Tesla

For non-MRI use, CBL204 is functionally equivalent.

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Y Cable for MRI up to 9T
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Part #: CBL204-MRI
Categories: Cables & Accessories - Research, MRI Magnetic Resonance Imaging - Research
Subcategories: Electrodes & Accessories - Research

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For two or more amplifier inputs to one electrode, use JUMP100C-MRI two Touchproof female to one Touchproof male—MRI equivalent of JUMP100C.

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