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The DPM 9003BT™ is a portable, multifunctional electronic laboratory instrument that measures skin impedance. It is designed to provide a non-invasive, objective, reproducible method of measurement to quantify biophysical characteristics and relative hydration of the skin.

The DPM 9003BT building on the sucess of the DPM 9003™ is battery powered (4 “AA” batteries), highly portable (weighs only 12 ozs; 340 grams), and employs Bluetooth® technology to transmit collected data between itself and other devices with Bluetooth® capabilities including the Apple iPad®, desktop and portable computers, and other devices with similar Bluetooth® wireless capabilities.

General Features

  • Self calibration - instrument calibrates itself immediately at start-up.
  • Remote sensor port - enables quick change of sensor probes at any time during tests.
  • Automatic sensor switch - sensor activates the system when it touches the skin.
  • SiNERGiEsoftware - a new software platform running on the Apple iPad®.
  • Excellent warranty that covers all products manufactured by NOVA™

For research use only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.

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