Harvard Apparatus Isotonic Transducers

Harvard Apparatus Isotonic Transducers


This Harvard Apparatus Isotonic Transducer is exceptionally sensitive and stable, requiring a minimum of force to produce a substantial electrical signal. It uses precision ball bearings and a graduated optical density vane that moves between an infrared source and a sensor.<

Item# Description U.S. List Price Quantity
50-6360 Harvard Apparatus Isotonic Transducer for use with 53-6132 Harvard Apparatus Amplifier, 50-7970 and 50-7996 Freestanding Transducer Interfaces, and 50-8861 Modular Transducer Interface
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This Harvard Apparatus Isotonic Transducer is exceptionally sensitive and stable, requiring a minimum of force to produce a substantial electrical signal. It uses precision ball bearings and a graduated optical density vane that moves between an infrared source and a sensor.

The notched, pierced input lever is 90 mm (3-1/2 in) long for easy connection to muscle tissue. A spring and anchor post are supplied for converting the unit into a Transducer capable of recording frog/heart muscle tension for auxotonic applications.

This Transducer has a 2 m (6.6 ft) shielded integral cable which terminates in a specific connector for use with one of the amplifiers/signal conditioners below.

Specifications50-6360
Breakaway Torque0.05
Mounting Rod Length English2.25
Mounting Rod Length Metric60
Mounting Rod OD English0.25
Mounting Rod OD Metric6.5
Output50 mV/angular degree rotation
Transducer Depth English1.75
Transducer Depth Metric45
Transducer Height English1.75
Transducer Height Metric45
Transducer Width English1.5
Transducer Width Metric35