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Isometric force transducers measure small contractile tissues

Harvard Apparatus : 03 October, 2007  (New Product)
Harvard Apparatus F-Series isometric force transducers are designed to approach the ideal for measurement of force in small contractile tissues.
The standard Model F30 features excellent resolution of 2mg over a useful force range of 30g (0.3N).

The Model F10 has a lower force range of 10g (0.1N) and ultra-high resolution of 0.5mg, making it suitable for detecting the minute force changes commonly found in small tissue preparations.

The F30 and F10 are based on the magneto-resistive field plate principle. The field plates are electronically connected to form a Wheatstone Bridge so that the F30/F10 can be used with virtually any standard transducer amplifier.

As a consequence of this construction, both models display low vertical displacement of the load element for true isometric measurements.

In addition, the inherently low seismic activity of the F-Series design minimizes the influence of incidental environmental vibrations, resulting in impressively stable baseline performance. Robust construction and flexible design ensure reliability over a wide range of applications.
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