Together with Omnivision, FISBA has launched a micro-camera solution for life science applications.
The ProteinWorks Digest Kits from Waters simplify, accelerate and standardize the LCMS quantification of proteins via the surrogate peptide approach.
MilliporeSigma’s new class of spectrophotometers offer simplified, durable and secure analysis of waste water, drinking water beverages and process water.
Mokon’s Full Range temperature control system combines a circulating water system and an Iceman chiller to provide heating and chilling from a single compact unit.
Mil-Ram Technology’s TA 2100 next-generation smart gas detector with large graphics display provides user-friendly data, bar graph, advanced diagnostics and more.
HORIBA Scientific’s EMIA-Pro and Expert Carbon/Sulfur Analyzers offer Non-Dispersive Infrared (NDIR) measurement capabilities.
OMEGA’s OM-CP-TEMP1000IS-A and OM-CP-RHTEMP1000IS-A intrinsically safe data loggers offer a compact design and portability that allows for placement into hard to reach locations.
METTLER TOLEDO’s “Essential Measurement Techniques” guide helps ensure lab personnel have a basic understanding of the techniques they use.
Edgetech Instruments’ SENTRY compressed air monitor and alarm senses both dew point and pressure in industrial compressed air systems.
The EVOLVE manual pipette range from INTEGRA features three adjustable dials for setting each individual volume digit.
Spark is a compact spectral sensor from Ocean Optics that bridges the spectral measurement gap between filter-based devices and CCD-array instruments.
Gasera One from Gasera is a multi-gas analyzer capable of detecting hydrocarbons, inorganic, fluorocarbons, anestehtics and corrosives at low concentrations.
TECA’s TLC-900 Bench Top Liquid Chiller has been upgraded with a Pulse Width Modulating (PWM) controller incorporating four PID temperature ranges.
Princeton Instruments’ SOPHIA series ultra-low-noise cameras is engineered to address the most demanding low-light-level scientific applications.
H2W Technologies' calculators help the user determine the best motion profile, and which of the vast assortment of proprietary components would be best suited for a specific application.