Warner Instruments Release: World's Smallest Piezo Micromanipulator
Published: Apr 30, 2012
- Penetration mode provides high acceleration steps for cell insertion
- 20 mm of travel in all axes
- Compact, allows multiple manipulators in a small space
These micromanipulators are ultra-stable providing precise electrode positioning and drift-free operation. Their small footprint allows multiple micromanipulator configurations to be placed in a tight space.
The control unit intuitively displays the ID of the micromanipulator being operated as well as current position, speed setting and battery status. Large rotary knobs connected to optical encoders control each axes individually. Operate up to 14 manipulators with the optional control unit Hub.
Additional key features include a step length to define the positioning resolution, exceptional vibration control, and a single step delay in the penetration mode to provide high acceleration steps for cell insertion.
Warner Instruments is a designer and manufacturer of biomedical devices for the electrophysiological, cellular and neurological sciences.
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