Molecular Devices’ Digidata 1440A digitizer is used for low-noise experiments in electrophysiology. This high-resolution 16-bit data acquisition system is self-contained and communicates with the host computer via a USB 2.0 interface. Designed for ease-of-use and fast results, the Digidata 1440A comes with versatile AxoScope for Windows software and is ready to take data immediately after installation.
DMT Myographs feature single or multiple chambers (up to 10 ml) suitable for the examination of vessels/tubular structures of diameters greater than 60 µm. Models feature a window in the base, which is ideal for use with a microscope for morphological and fluorescence measurements. DMT Myographs come with a control unit, temperature control, built-in high-resolution force transducer and micrometer.
The flexiVent is widely regarded as the gold standard for in vivo lung function measurements. It goes beyond traditional resistance and compliance measurements, and captures crucial details about the mechanical properties of conducting airways, terminal airways and parenchyma.
With its monochromator-based optics, Epoch™ Microplate Reader offers a filter-free, wide wavelength range for UV-Vis absorbance measurements in a variety of microplate formats, and in 2 µL samples when the available Take3 plate is used. Epoch is controlled with the Gen5 Software interface, with simple programming and powerful data analysis.
The Eppendorf High-Efficiency Ultra-Low Temperature (ULT) Freezers minimize operating costs while providing superior protection for your critical samples. A combined insulation based on vacuum insulation panels and polyurethane foam enables extremely low energy consumption. The new CryoCube F570h needs 14 % less energy than its predecessor.
The xenon source that supplies prime UV performance is focused onto the entrance slit of the excitation monochromator with an elliptical mirror. Besides ensuring efficient collection, the reflective surface keeps all wavelengths focused on the slit.
As an option an additional, software-selectable, xenon flash lamp can be fitted to enable phosphorescence studies.