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GS27 Pre-gelled Disposable sEMG/ECG Electrodes - 150 pack

  • Latex free, saline based conductive gel
  • Fabric style backing
  • Approximately 1 1/4 x 7/8"
  • Ag/AgCI silver/silver chloride
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Hypoallergenic, AgAgCl flat pellet spread with a thin coating of a .5 percent saline base conductive gel and embedded into a fabric style backing. Electrodes do not contain any latex. Surface EMG/EKG/ECG & biofeedback electrode. 6 electrodes per pouch for a total of 150 individual electrodes.

10 mm flat viewing area. Approximately 1 1/4 inch high x 7/8 inch wide. Can be used with any snap-on style electrode cable. Fabric backing resembles a medium thread cotton mesh.

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  1. Paul

    2020-02-24 20:19:02

    ARe these electrodes compatible with the noraxon ultium wireless snap-on sensors?

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    1. Brian Milstead

      2020-03-11 19:44:56

      The GS27 EMG/ECG electrodes are compatible with any standard snap style lead wire

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  2. Sarah Wyckoff

    2019-03-19 22:48:38

    I think I have asked this before, but can the GS27 or GS29 electrodes be used for EOG and Skin Conductance/GSR recordings in addition to EMG, ECG?

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    1. Brian Milstead

      2019-03-22 20:53:45

      These electrodes can be used to measure ECG, EOG, and Skin Conductance/GSR

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When placing the electrodes on the body it is important to note potential problem areas such as dry skin, scar tissue, oils or makeup.

Cleaning the area, using ordinary rubbing alcohol and a paper towel will help to clean the area and make for a better contact. Many times excess noise and signal contamination may be caused by improper preparation.

Shaving may also be advisable to facilitate good contact. If that is not possible, your cleaning and skin preparation may need to be more vigorous and/or you may need additional gel to bridge the gap between the hair and the sensors viewing area.

Remember, most times your signal is only as good as your electrode and skin preparation.

Common uses include hearing screening tests