The OxyCorder is primarily used to measure dissolved oxygen in photosynthesis research. Therefore the impedance of three independent input channels is preset for different electrode sizes: 4 MΩ (Channel 1), 1.3 MΩ (Channel 2), and 33 kW (Channel 3 - for large electrodes, as bare platinum-silver). The fourth input channel enables voltage reading. The QxyCorder is supplied with OxyWin software that controls polarization voltage of the electrodes (0 to 1000 mV, two 10 bit A/D converters) and also enables displaying and analyzing the measured data.
Any of the three input channels can be alternatively configured for voltage reading; 30 measurements per second is the maximum. The instrument can also replace chart recorders. Three TTL outputs (minimum timing step is 1 ms) allow controlling external devices; e.g., shutters or flash-lamps. Data reading can be synchronized with controlling signals. For example, the oxygen bursts occurring in the organisms of oxygenic photosynthesis after an exposure to actinic flashes can be measured with a preset delay between the flash and the measurement.
- Orders and Payments
- OxyCorder 401 998,- €
Thermoregulator TR 2000 provides precise temperature control of liquid samples in the range of 0°C to +70°C with an accuracy of 0.1°C. It can work in two modes - constant and temperature ramp mode. The Thermoregulator can be favorably used with the PSI Fluorometers.
Gas Mixing System GMS 150
High-precision GMS 150 can produce mixtures of up to 4 different gases. The flows of the individual input gases are measured by thermal mass flow meters and adjusted by integrated mass flow controllers. It can be used as a stand-alone instrument or in a system with the PSI Photobioreactors.
Peristaltic Pump PP 500 / PP 550
Peristaltic Pump is used for accurate and reproducible fluid transfer in laboratories and industry. The pump allows diverse operation modes (chemostat, pHstat, turbidostat) and variable flow-rate range from 10 to 5600 µl/min.
Magnetic Stirrer is designed to provide continuous stirring with little speed deviation and minimal heat build-up. It is a handy accessory to the PSI Fluorometers.
The primary application of the instrument is the polarographic measurement of dissolved oxygen by a Clark electrode.