Perfusion System for real-time or pre-programmed liquid switching in perfusion, physiology, biophysics, electrochemistry, or general liquid-handling research applications Increase reproducibility wit...read more
Perfusion System for real-time or pre-programmed liquid switching in perfusion, physiology, biophysics, electrochemistry, or general liquid-handling research applications
Increase reproducibility with 20 millisecond accuracy
ValveGuard™ technology detects bad valves Prevent damage to your ValveLink and easily observe problem valves.
Run experiments automatically - even unattended
Microprocessor-based for accuracy and flexibility Because they lack a microprocessor, competing valve controllers do not offer a USB port, or simultaneous manual and computer valve control.
Manual, TTL (digital input), analog and USB inputs to control valves. Free USB software for computer valve control.
Features: *1 millisecond (0.001 sec) switching accuracy *16 digital inputs and pushbuttons *16 bi-colored LED indicators *USB and analog input *Event marker analog output *Spill sensor *Many manual perfusion features built-in *CE Marked for sale to Europe
Valve Driving: *Control 16x 12V DC solenoid valves *Up to 12 Watts (1 Amp) per valve or 24 Watts (2A) total *Valves are opened or closed rapidly using full power, then held-in at 1/2 power to prevent thermal transfer to your solutions *Low noise circuitry for electrophysiology
System Includes: * Two ValveLink8.2® controllers * 16x ringstand-mounted 12V DC, two-way solenoid pinch valves Each valve includes an indicator LED & 5' long RCA cables * 16-into-1 Teflon™ micro manifold -for bath and Oocyte perfusion * 16x 60ml syringe reservoirs 5, 15, 35, 60 and 140ml syringes available. * Tubing for plumbing the system * Power supply and manual * One year limited warranty covering both parts and labor
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