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Blood Pressure Monitor

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  • Monitors animal arterial or venous blood pressure
  • Displays systolic, diastolic or average blood pressure


An audio monitor provides a signal with variable pitch and amplitude, allowing you to hear changes in blood pressure. Digital LCD display provides average or peak signal values from 0 to 1999 mV. With an optional pressure gauge (not provided — see PM015D/R), the user may calibrate the display to read mm Hg. Recorder output connector allows direct connection to a pen recorder, oscilloscope or computer via a data acquisition system. BP1 accepts WPI’s BLPR blood pressure transducer as well as other blood pressure transducers.


Amplification x1, x10, x100, variable (x5-x1000)
Bandwidth, small signal (-3dB) 300kHz (x1)
30kHz (x10)
3kHz (x100)
0.3kHz (x1000)
Output voltage swing ±5V
Maximum output current 2mA
Input impedance, each input 100kΩ || 0.01μF
Transducer applied volts 10V nominal, varies with load; 25mA, maximum
Digital panel meter 0-1999mV (calibrated in mmHg pressure when supplied with pressure guage) Meter reads average value or ± peak (1-20Hz)
Power 95-135V or 220-240V, 50/60Hz
Dimensions 8.5x5.12x10" (21.6x13x25.44cm)
Shipping weight 11 lb. (5kg)




Blood Pressure Transducer & Cable

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University of Cambridge
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