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Brownlee Electrophysiology Amplifier Model 410 from AutoMate Scientific, Inc

ProductsBrownlee Electrophysiology Amplifier Model 410 from AutoMate Scientific, Inc
Company AutoMate Scientific, Inc
Item Brownlee Electrophysiology Amplifier Model 410
Price $1,850.00
Description The Brownlee Precision Model 410 is a four-channel general purpose laboratory amplifier. It can be used to amplify small signals from sources which may have a large common-mode level and high frequency noise. Each channel consists of a high gain/low noise amplifier, an input coupling selector, a 2-pole lowpass filter, and an output offset control. A control knob sets the amplifier parameters and the values are displayed on a bright LED alphanumeric readout.
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Berkeley, CA 94710

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