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Grip Strength Meter
Grip Strength Meter
Grip Strength Meter
Grip Strength Meter

Grip Strength Meter

The Grip Strength Meter is widely used to evaluate the motor function in rodents such as rats or mice. By determining the maximum force displayed by the rodent, it acts as a good tool in studying neuromuscular functions in rodents. BioMed’s Grip Strength Meter comes with the analysis software which can calculate the data automatically, makes it very convenient for biological statistics.

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Technical Parameters

• It includes 6 Grip plate suitable for forelimb grip strength test or hind limb grip strength test for Rat and Mouse.

• Maximum tensile force Range: 0 – 50 N (5kgf)

• High resolution: 0.01N 

• Peak force remains until manual zeroing 

• Multi-units display: Kgs, grams, LBs Newton

• Inductive backlight, turn on/off can be set easily

• Via USB cable to connect to PC

• Data can be visualized on the control unit display or exported to a PC, then achieve the detailed analysis

• Easy data transfer into TXT, Excel-compatible files

• Multifunction curve graphic display in JPG format, easily for paper publication 

• Power adaptor (100-240 V) or battery included for use 20 hours

• Overall dimension: 280X120X100mm

• Grip mesh size: 90x90mm

• Net weight: 2kg

• Power Input: 110~220V 50hz

• Power Output: 9V 400mA

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Ordering Information

         Item No.                                     Product
          SA415  Grip Strength Meter for both Rat and Mouse     



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