The Image Station features a cooled CCD camera that allows users to detect and image a variety of labels and sample formats including chemiluminescence, fluorescence and chromogenic labels in gels, blots and plates. Megapixel sensors produce images that are sharp and clear.
Formerly an IBM product line, ThinkPad notebook computers range from portables to desktop alternatives. Built with both form and function in mind, they are designed to help improve business productivity and efficiency in deployment, connecting, protecting, support and disposal.
Weighing in at 4.1 pounds with a 12.1-inch wide screen, the 700m Inspiron notebook features an Intel Pentium M processor with optional Centrino Mobile Technology designed for users requiring high mobility.
The PowerBook line of notebooks features PowerPC G4 processors running up to 1.67 GHz, and comes standard with 512 MB memory, integrated AirPort 802.11g WiFi wireless communications and Bluetooth 2.0 for increased data rates.
The DI-718B family of data acquisition instruments combines the features of integrated, isolated amplifiers and the ability to record to Secure Digital (SD) memory cards, which are removable compact storage devices used in many consumer digital media devices such as MP3 players and digital cameras.
E Series DAQ devices provide measurements for a variety of desktop, portable and networked applications. They offer analog I/O, digital I/O and counter/timer functions.
The KPCI series of data acquisition (DAQ) products fit into standard PCI slots and include functions from data acquisition and analog and digital input and output (I/O) functions, to timers and counters. These boards come with 12- or 16-bit inputs with speeds from 225 kHz to 1.25 MHz.
The PCI-DAS6000 series comprises sixteen boards, including ten 16-bit resolution analog input/multifunction boards, six 12-bit AI/MIO boards, and one analog output board.
Modular instrumentation systems based on the open industry-standard PXI (PCI eXtensions for Instrumentation) architecture deliver high-performance, PC-based measurement and automation systems.
Personal Daq/50 Series 22-bit data acquisition systems incorporate special power-management circuitry to ensure adherence to USB specifications. These devices can be located up to 5 meters (16.4 feet) from the PC.
The 22-bit OMB-DAQ-55/56 systems directly measure multiple channels of voltage, thermocouple, pulse, frequency and digital I/O. One cable to the PC provides communication and power to the systems, and no additional batteries or power supplies are required, except when using bus-powered hubs.
LabVIEW is a graphical development environment for signal acquisition, measurement analysis and data presentation. From data acquisition to instrument control, it provides the tools to develop an acquisition system.
WinDaq/XL is a software add-on to WinDaq/Lite, /Pro, and /Pro+ that allows data to be ported to a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet. The port can occur either in real time as data is acquired, or through a direct link between Excel and WinDaq Playback software.
Visual Engineering Environment (VEE) Pro software is a graphical programming environment that helps speed development of measurement and control, analysis, test system and data acquisition applications. VEE adds seamless access to Microsoft Excel and to .
LabVIEW is a graphical development environment for signal acquisition, measurement analysis and data presentation that provides the flexibility of a programming language without development tools. From data acquisition to instrument control, it provides the tools to develop an acquisition system.