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BTX™-Harvard Apparatus ECM™ 630 Exponential Decay Wave Electroporator


Broad capacitance and resistance range supports a wide variety of in vitro and in vivo applications

Manufacturer: btx genetronics  450051

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Catalog No. BTX630

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Description & Specifications

Specifications

Display LCD
Hertz 50/60Hz
Voltage 100/240VAC
Capacitance (HV Mode) 25, 50μF
Capacitance (LV Mode) 1, 25 to 3275μF
Certifications/Compliance CE
Charging Time 24 sec.
Depth (English) 12.25 in.
Depth (Metric) 311mm
For Use With (Application) Allows the researcher full flexibility in choosing a wide range of time constants
For Use With (Equipment) ECM 630 electroporation system
Electroporation Chamber Safety stand
Height (English) 5.5 in.
Height (Metric) 140mm
Interface Digital user
Pulse Form Exponential decay
Pulse Length Range 625μsec. to 78msec.
Voltage Range (HV Mode) 50/2500VDC
Voltage Range (LV Mode) 10/500VDC
Weight (English) 10 lb.
Weight (Metric) 4.53kg
Width (English) 12.5 in.
Width (Metric) 318mm
Electrical Requirements 100/240VAC 50/60Hz

Ideal for gram positive and gram negative bacteria, yeast, fungi, and other microorganism transformation in HV mode; optimized for a broad range of mammalian cell lines such as ES cells, fibroblasts, and epithelial cells in the LV mode. Novel applications include transdermal drug/gene delivery and intact plant gene delivery.

  • Delivers a maximum of 6000A in low-voltage mode; Precision Pulse™ System provides the user with excellent control of the time constant
  • Features BTX Power Platform technology, digital user interface, built-in monitoring of voltage and pulse length, automatic charge and pulse sequence, single rotary encoder, programming options, online menu, and protocol storage
  • Duplicates over 200 ECM 600 protocols; the additional ECM 630 resistor selection NONE allows researchers to reproduce protocols from competitive systems lacking resistor settings or reporting unlimited resistance

Applications:

Ideal for bacterial, yeast, fungal, and other microorganism transformation in HV mode; optimized for a broad range of mammalian cell lines such as ES cells, fibroblasts, and epithelial cells in the LV mode; novel applications include transdermal drug/gene delivery and intact plant gene delivery