Single Channel Electronic Pipettes

When accuracy and ergonomics are a top priority look no further than the incredibly versatile single channel electronic pipettes. These pipettes can now be found in all types of laboratories ranging from academic to pharmaceutical labs.  Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) should be on every scientists’ mind as it can be a common occurrence in the lab. So eliminate the risk by using an electronic pipette.

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Electronic Pipettes Save Time

Increase productivity is what these pipettes are known for. To help free up time for more important tasks, scientists use electronic pipettes that way they spend less of their valuable hours in the lab pipetting. Furthermore, some protocol steps require reagents to be added to reaction wells on a average 96 well plate all while being quick and accurate. This is where you can program your pipettes to do your protocol for you. Powered single channel electronic pipettes are used with disposable pipette tips to transfer a precise amount of liquid. The measurements are typically pre-programmed and may be programmable to your laboratory needs. Moreover, this allows for efficient and repeatable amounts. Includes positive-displacement and repeating pipettes.

Increase Ergonomics With Electronic Pipettes

Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) should be on every scientists’ mind as it can be a common occurrence in the lab. Because of that, ergonomics has become a huge talking point. We are now more aware of just how important ergonomics is to our overall well being. Scientists in particular can easily develop thumb, wrist and shoulder pain from excessive pipetting. Switching to single channel electronic pipettes will greatly reduce that risk. Although, originally these types of pipettes were a lot heavier, thanks to advancements in plastics they are now significantly more lightweight.

Increased Accuracy & Precision

Digital display and motor operations allow the user to be confident that the electronic pipette is dispensing the perfect amount of fluid that you specified, not just once but consistently. This is very important for experiments which require reproducible results.