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Brownlee Electrophysiology Amplifier Model 440 with signal conditioner from AutoMate Scientific, Inc

ProductsBrownlee Electrophysiology Amplifier Model 440 with signal conditioner from AutoMate Scientific, Inc
Company AutoMate Scientific, Inc
Item Brownlee Electrophysiology Amplifier Model 440 with signal conditioner
Price $3,250.00
Description The Brownlee Precision Model 440 incorporates four channels of sophisticated amplifier and filter circuitry in a friendly easy-to-use instrument. Each channel consists of a high gain/low noise amplifier, an 8-pole Bessel lowpass filter, a highpass filter, a line notch filter, and output offset controls. A control knob sets the amplifier parameters and the values are displayed on a bright LED alphanumeric readout.
Info AutoMate Scientific, IncAutoMate Scientific, Inc
650 University Ave #5
Berkeley, CA 94710

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