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Pump enables intercranial infusions on stereotaxic frames

Harvard Apparatus : 09 October, 2007  (New Product)
The Nanomite from Harvard Apparatus has been designed to provide optimal infusion or withdrawal of small liquid samples directly to an animal on a stereotaxic frame.
The pump directly mounted on the frame to reduce the distance between the pump and the injection site. The result is that small amounts of sample can be infused or withdrawn automatically without any waste.

The Nanomite has a blue LED run indicator. The LED flashes while the pump is running in the volume dispensing mode. The LED remains solid when running in the pumping mode. The light is bright enough to be visible even from across a room so the user can always tell if the pump is running or has stopped.

The Nanomite can be controlled using the integral keyboard or with a computer via a RS 232 interface. An external footswitch may also be used to control the flow start and stop.
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