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CED 1902 isolated pre-amplifier from Cambridge Electronic Design Limited

ProductsCED 1902 isolated pre-amplifier from Cambridge Electronic Design Limited
Company Cambridge Electronic Design Limited
Item CED 1902 isolated pre-amplifier
Price $2,310.00
Description Versatile, modular, computer controlled pre-amplifier suitable for a broad range of applications. Includes an isolated electrode input for recording physiological signal such as ECG, EMG, SCR and EEG, and a transducer input for use with a wide range of bridge and other transducers. Additional options include a stimulus artefact clamp to avoid saturation when using high intensity magnetic stimulation and a buffer for multi-channel common-reference studies. Available as single, dual or quad channel units. Multiple unts can be controlled from a single serial line.
Info Cambridge Electronic Design Limited
Science Park
Milton Road
Cambridge
UK
CB4 0FE
Customer Service: +44 (0)1223 420166
Fax Number: +44 (0)1223 420488
Web Site: http://www.ced.co.uk
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