Isometric Force Transducers, TRI Series

Isometric Force Transducers, TRI Series

TRI Series Force Transducers (isometric) measure the force of contraction of isolated tissues under conditions of constant force.

Item# Description U.S. List Price Quantity
76-0418 Isometric Transducer TRI201 for PLUGSYS TAM Amplifier
76-0098 Isometric Transducer TRI210A for ISO510 Amplifier
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TRI Series Force Transducers (isometric) measure the force of contraction of isolated tissues under conditions of constant force. Isometric Transducers are classically used in Organ Bath experiments with muscles with short/rapid contractions such as tracheal muscle, atrium, papillary muscle, aortic rings, veins or other vessel rings.

The Transducers are equipped with a special system allowing an easy and rapid fixation of the thread that tightens upper side of the tissue in an organ bath. TRI Series Transducers are appropriate for various load ranges from simple applications to those requiring detection of very small forces.

Parameters Measured

  • Muscle contraction force

Components Included

  • Transducer
  • Specifications sheet
  • Calibration certificate
Specifications

 

TRI201:  High performance 5 mg to 25 g; Transducer Range
Resolution 2 mg; Displacement: ± 0.45 mm
Sensitivity (full range) 30 mv/V; Excitations: 5-10V AC/DC
Element Resistance
full bridge 360 W
TRI202P-TRI 203P: 
Very high sensitivity Transducer for small forces
Range
0 mg to 25 g (TRI 203P: up to 50 g)
Resolution
infinite
Displacement
± 0.03 mm
Sensitivity
(full range): 100 mv/V
Excitations
5-10V AC/DC
Element Resistance
full bridge 720 W 
TRI210:
Teaching Force Transducer
Range 
10 mg to 25 g
Resolution 5 mg
Displacement
± 0.5 mm
Sensitivity
(full range): 20 mv/V
Excitations
5-10V AC/DC
Element Resistance
full bridge 360 W

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