The sXcLiveELF is a miniature extremely low frequency (ELF) exposure system which is integrated with a microscope system. State-of-the-art microscopic techniques, including confocal scanning and fluorescence microscopy, allow live cell imaging during exposure. In contrast to the classic approach of post analysis of cell responses, the instrument enables direct insight into the cell’s response to EMF.
|Exposure element (placed on microscope)||4 × 4 × 2 cm (d × w × h)|
|Signal tower (beside incubator)||
80 × 80 × 60 cm (d × w × h)
|Control device including computer||40 × 40 × 10 cm (d × w × h)|
|Cell type||cell monolayer|
|Cell preparation||on plate in the live imaging module|
|Observation area||ø = 10 mm, 3.1 cm³|
|B-field dynamic range||up to 6 mTrms|
|B-field frequency range||3 – 1250 Hz|
power line worst case (harmonics up to 1250 Hz)
any waveform with 64000 points
|Intermittent exposure||arbitrary on/off cycles with 10 s temporal resolution|
|Nonuniformity of the B-field distribution||1%|
|Temperature control||controlled temperature differences for exposure and sham remain below 0.1°C|
|· full software control of the exposure with self-detection of malfunctions
· sequentially blinded exposure protocols
· current monitoring and feedback regulation
· air temperature control and monitoring
· data logging every 10 s
The complete bundle includes the exposure cavity, signal tower and PC with controlling software. Also included is installation of the setup at the target laboratory as well as personnel training sessions. The live imaging microscope/incubator is not included. Pricing and detailed specifications available on request.
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