Electronic Pipettes

Single and Multi Channel Pipettors

Reasons to swith to Imgen Electronic Pipettes

The biggest difference between traditional manual pipettes and Imgen electronic pipettes is the method they use to create a vacuum space to retract or propel liquid. Traditional manual pipettes use medal springs, while Imgen electronic pipettes use high-precision stepping motors and microprocessors to control the pipetting volume and speed.

Long hours of manual pipetting could cause Repetitive Stress Injury (RSI), which is the biggest nightmare to researchers. Besides reducing this risk, there are several other important reasons why you should switch to Imgen electronic pipettes. These reasons, and the advantages you can get from switching to Imgen electronic pipettes, are listed below:

Comparison Table

Items Manual Pipettes Imgen Electronic Pipettes
Force saving for pipetting No Yes
Reduce human errors No Yes
Multiple pipetting protocols No Yes
Programmable protocols No Yes
No spring fatigue problem No Yes
Auto-calibration No Yes
Adjustable Tip Ejector *No Yes
Accurate 5-speed control No Yes
Memory of protocols No Yes
Sound indication No Yes

* For most models available in the market

High-capacity Lithium Battery  High-capacity Lithium Battery         A-pette stand for 3 units  Pipette stand for 3 units
Product No.    Channels    Volume Range (µl)   Increment (µl)    Accuracy (Rel.±)    Precision ( Rel. CV )  
A10-1 1 0.5-10 0.1 1.0%-4.0% 0.4%-2.5%
A20-1 1 2-20 0.1 1.0%-4.0% 0.4%-2.5%
A200-1 1 10-200 1 0.6%-2.5 0.15%-1.0%
A1000-1 1 100-1000 1 0.5%-2.5 0.15%-0.6%
A10-8 8 0.5-10 0.1 1.5%-4.0% 0.5%-2.5%
A20-8 8 2-20 0.1 1.0%-4.0 0.5%-2.5%
A200-8 8 10-200 1 0.6%-3.0% 0.15%-1.0%

Note: According to ISO-8655 standards ( Gravimetic method ), GBCTronics pipette is calibrated in temperature (21 ~ 25ºC, ±0.5ºC) and humidity (60~90%) controlled environment. Twice-distilled water, robotic tips and microbalance were used.

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