... next generation impedance-based TEER monitoring in up to 96 wells.
Fast performance, high throughput, and great measurement flexibility make the cellZscope3 the new standard-bearer in label-free automated impedance-based cell monitoring.
Main features are:
- Easy readout parameters: TEER and Ccl of the cell layer.
- Full compatibilty with a broad range of standard cell culture inserts.
- Unparalleled time resolution: the cellZscope3 measures over a wide frequency range every 30 s.
- Handy docking station facilitates hassle-free handling before, during and after the experiment. The full spectral information ensures a reliable detection of cell layer properties.
- Four Cell Modules, each with 24 wells, can be connected to one cellZscope3 Controller to measure 96 wells simultaneously.
- Automated fast process monitoring as well as reliable long term measurements over days and weeks.
|Controller||26 cm × 6 cm × 27 cm
(10.2 in × 2.4 in × 10.6 in)
|Cell Module||32 cm × 24 cm × 7 cm
(12.6 in × 9.5 in × 2.8 in)
|Station||32 cm × 24 cm × 4 cm
(12.6 in × 9.5 in × 1.6 in)
|Space required in incubator||40 cm × 29 cm × 13 cm
(15.8 in × 11.5 in × 5.1 in)
|Length||150 cm (59 in)|
|Cross section (Dia.)||3 mm (0.12 in)|
|Usually the cable can be simply fed through the front door of the incubator.|
|Frequency range||1 Hz to 100 kHz|
|Measurement time† for 24 (96§) wells||30 s|
|Number of wells||24 (96§)|
|Power Supply||90 – 264 Vac; 0.84 A; 47 – 63 Hz|
|Recommended specifications for the control computer||- QuadCore with 1.6 GHz processor speed
- 8 GB RAM
- USB 2.0 port
|Compatible OS||Microsoft Windows® 7/8/10|
The Cell Module provides investigators full apical and basolateral access to all wells. The handy docking station allows easy handling with no cables to unplug.
A magnetic mount makes handling of the upper electrodes comfortable and accurate positioning is guaranteed.
Three well sizes are available for use with small (“24-well” type), mid-sized (“12-well” type), or large (“6-well” type) standard cell culture inserts, respectively.