Computer software for operating a three way actuator
yut at email.uc.edu
Mon Jan 26 15:20:32 EST 1998
At 12:51 PM 1/25/1998 -0000, you wrote:
>I was wondering if any of you use computer operated micropositioners
>(for example when taking microelectrode measurements) and if so do
>you have any suitable software for controlling such a device?. It
>needs to be PC and Windows 3.1 compatible, have data averaging,
>trajectory save options, data recording, display and export
>functions. Does anyone know of nay companies offering such
>Also does anyone know how to stop KCl electrolyte evaporating out of
>the back of a pH sensitive liquid-ion exchange microelectrode after
>the Ag/AgCl wire has been inserted? I have tried sealing the wire in
>place with melted candle wax but this has not helped. HELP????
>Many many thanks
You may use Labtech's Notebook software.
The company's address and numbers are:
Laboratory Technologies Corporation
400 Research Drive
Wilmington, MA 01887
Telephone: 508-657-5400 (After 1 Feb. 98, 978-657-5400)
Fax: 508-658-9972 (After 1 Feb. 98, 978-658-9972)
The people in this company said that they have a resaler in England. It is:
6 Business Center West
Letchworth, SG6 2HB
At 04:44 PM 1/6/1998 -0000, you wrote:
>Dear fellow biofilmers,
>does anyone know of any companies preferably in the UK or Europe (but
>anywhere will do) which manafacture and sell pH sensitive
>microelectrodes based on ion- selective glass?
>Jonathan Baker, Cardiff.
I know two companies in USA which sale pH milli-electrodes.
They may be able to make microelectrodes for you.
But I am not sure whether they will be glass microelectrodes.
The two companies are:
40 Harvey Road
Bedford, NH 03110-6805
Diamond General Corporation
3810 Varsity Drive
ann Arbor, MI 48108
University of Cincinnati, USA
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