The Introduction to Electronic Control Digital Pipette

The electronic control digital pipette demonstrates the latest generation of modern pipette technology. It not only has an excellent self-calibration function which can provide repeated and reliable measurement but also has a special short size and design in accordance with human body engineering.

Generally, the operational stability of the electronic control digital pipette is enhanced. In the application of multi-hole plate sampling, its obvious improvement is the optimum design of meeting the standard of human body engineering. The overall size and operating mode of the electronic control digital pipette is almost the same as the manual pipette, which restores the general operation habits to the maximum extent. Moreover, the electronic control digital pipette is often equipped with a double cell which greatly increases battery life. Also, it can provide with simple and intuitive software operation interface.

When referring to the advantages of electronic control digital pipette, we can list many as below:
1. Compatible linear and round stand which is suitable for every laboratory.
2. Metal pipette tips can ensure compatibility and durability.
3. Operation is similar to a manual pipette.
4. The design can provide excellent accuracy in order to prevent fatigue due to long-time working.
5. Double cell supports for a long time continuous use.

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Key Features:

  1. Digital Display:
    • Electronic pipettes feature a digital display that shows the selected volume setting, allowing users to easily read and set the desired volume.
  2. Electronic Control:
    • Unlike manual pipettes that rely on manual plunger operation, electronic pipettes have an electronic control system that allows for precise and programmable dispensing volumes.
  3. Variable Volume Settings:
    • Electronic pipettes typically offer variable volume settings, allowing users to set and adjust the dispensing volume according to their specific requirements.
  4. Ergonomic Design:
    • Many electronic pipettes are designed with ergonomic considerations to provide comfortable handling during prolonged use. They may include features such as a lightweight design and ergonomic grips.
  5. User Programmability:
    • Some electronic pipettes offer programmability, allowing users to set and store multiple dispensing protocols. This feature is particularly useful for applications that require repetitive dispensing at different volumes.
  6. Single- and Multichannel Options:
    • Electronic pipettes are available in both single-channel and multichannel configurations. Multichannel pipettes are equipped with multiple nozzles, enabling simultaneous dispensing into multiple wells or tubes.
  7. Precision and Accuracy:
    • Electronic pipettes are designed for high precision and accuracy, reducing the risk of errors associated with manual pipetting. The electronic control ensures consistent and reliable dispensing volumes.
  8. Rechargeable Batteries:
    • Many electronic pipettes are powered by rechargeable batteries, eliminating the need for frequent battery replacements. Charging stations are often provided for convenient recharging.
  9. Compatibility with Various Pipette Tips:
    • Electronic pipettes are generally compatible with standard pipette tips, making it easy for users to find suitable consumables for their applications.
  10. LCD or LED Display:
    • The digital display is often equipped with LCD or LED technology for clear visibility and ease of use. Some models may include additional features such as a backlit display.

Notes on the use of electronic pipettes

1. Glass pipettes are fragile and may cause severe cuts when they are broken. Do not use force to insert glass pipettes.
2. The scale at the bottom of the meniscus on the liquid surface should be read when aspirating the liquid, not at the top of the liquid surface.
3. When sucking a large amount of liquid or draining liquid, you can use hard to press the suction button or select the high-grade speed to increase the speed of pipetting; when using a small volume pipette, you need to gently use the slow speed to avoid liquid suction into the top of the pipette to contaminate the membrane filter and sample.
4. When there is a solution in the pipette, do not tilt the pipette to prevent liquid from entering the top of the pipette to contaminate the membrane filter and sample.
5. Do not touch the lower end of the pipette to any unsterilized surface to prevent contamination.
6. Do not touch the lower end of the pipette immersed in the liquid surface, to prevent corrosive or toxic liquids from harming the experimenter.
7. Before handling organic solvents or corrosive chemicals, check the chemical resistance. Use only liquids that do not corrode the materials used.
8. Pipetting may cause equipment damage when the membrane filter is missing or damaged. Do not use a suction aid when the membrane filter is not installed, and replace the damaged membrane filter in time.
9. Electronic large-capacity pipette commonly used in the laboratory should pay attention to daily cleaning and storage.