conductive gel


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conductive gel

A gel applied to the body to reduce its impedance, thereby facilitating the delivery of an electric shock.
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A cold conductive gel is applied to the face, and then the light treatment begins which can sting a little and will make your skin appear slightly redder than normal for up to 12 hours after the treatment.
The treatments were long and not very relaxing - the machine bleeps and warbles throughout, the metal probes which emit the energy waves are cold, and you're repeatedly squirted with a conductive gel.
The Taica product line, now available at Mouser Electronics, features the COH-1706 thermal conductive gel part of Taica's ?
The electrode surface of the detector is coated with a passivated thin dielectric for direct application to a test surface (such as human skin) without the need for electrically conductive gel.