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Pipette Tracker

Description:...l pipettes and liquid handling devices. Collects weights directly from any balance Supports all gravimetric calibration protocols Meets ISO 8655, din 12650, ISO 9000, NCCLS and GLP requirements Includes setup information for balances Includes a database of manufacturers calibration specs for ove...
Company:Labtronics, Inc.

Disposable Detachable Concentric Needle Electrodes

Description:...um-alloy core, color-coded cap, and a 2-mm (.08-in) brass plug connector. Needles sold in packages of 20. The 91-cm (36-in) shielded cable with 5-pin din connector is sold separately. The shielded cable is shipped nonsterile and may be autoclaved or disinfected (page 34). A starter kit containing two of...
Company:Cadwell Laboratories, Inc.

Shielded Ring Electrodes

Features:... locks firmly in one motion Red-and-black active/reference lead wires Shielded cable that terminates in a color-coded, tri-lead connector or a 5-pin din round connector...
Company:Cadwell Laboratories, Inc.

Shielded Bar Electrodes

Features:... Extremely durable bar electrode Easy-to-see polarity indicators on the back Color-coded, tri-lead connector or a 5-pin din round connector...
Company:Cadwell Laboratories, Inc.

Shielded Paired Disc Electrodes

Features:...n of a shielded cable Custom-molded contacts are 10 mm (0.4 in) in diameter Terminates in your choice of a color-coded, trilead connector or a 5-pin din round connector...
Company:Cadwell Laboratories, Inc.

DIN cable

Features:... 5-pin din connector Shipped nonsterile May be autoclaved or disinfected...
Company:Cadwell Laboratories, Inc.

PowerLab 4/25

Features:... Recording speed of up to 200 000 samples per second. Four analog input channels (4 BNC and 2 Pod port din connectors). Independently selectable input sensitivities. Analog output for stimulation or pulse generation. Trigger input. 16 bit resolution. Wide r...
Company:ADInstruments, Inc.

PowerLab 2/25

Features:... Recording speed of up to 200 000 samples per second, Two analog input channels (BNC and Pod port din connectors). Independently selectable input sensitivities. Analog output for stimulation or pulse generation Trigger input. 16 bit resolution. Wide ra...
Company:ADInstruments, Inc.

PowerLab/4SP

Features:... Four general-purpose analog input channels (BNC and Pod port din connectors). Two independent stimulator outputs. External trigger input and signal triggering. Wide range of low-pass filters. AC or DC coupling. Digi...
Company:ADInstruments, Inc.

Universal Trial Frames UB4

Features:... This lightweight device lets you change up to 5 pairs of din or BSI-norm 38 mm diameter trial lenses quickly. Separate right and left PD adjustments from 46-80 mm. Easily adjustable nose piece, side length, and ...
Company:Oculus, Inc.
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