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GRANTS PASS, Ore., Jan. 3, 2017 — Electrode HoldersThe Stable Tip series of electrode holders for electrophysiology from Siskiyou Corp. reduce positional errors and drift due to ambient temperature changes.

The electrode holders are machined from a low expansion alloy, having a three times lower coefficient of thermal expansion compared to the polycarbonate typically used in traditional electrode holders. They are coated with a layer of alumina oxide that eliminates the possibility of corrosion and matches the low-noise antenna characteristics of traditional plastic electrode holders.

The ST series features a simple threaded collet for easy insertion and removal of pipettes, incorporating two seal points to completely eliminate any leak potential. They also include a standard silver wire electrode for corrosion resistance and contamination avoidance. Several connector options are offered for direct connection to all common commercial headstages including a Bayonet Neill–Concelman-type connector.



Published: January 2017
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