Digital Large Animal Stereotaxic Instruments

Digital Large Animal Stereotaxic Instruments

The Digital Large Animal Stereotaxic Instrument includes a digital manipulator arm with a displacement transducer and a compact LCD display. Together, these additions allow real-time coordinate presentation of all three axes to a resolution of 10 µm. The display has the ability to run on either AC power or battery power, drastically reducing electrical noise and making it suitable for electrophysiology experiments.

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The Harvard Apparatus Digital Large Animal Stereotaxic Instrument adds a digital manipulator arm with a disiplacement transducer and compact LCD display to the Large Animal Stereotaxic Instruments. These additions allow real-time coordinate presentation of all three axes to a resolution of 10 µm. The display has the ability to run on either AC power or battery power, drastically reducing electrical noise and making it suitable for electrophysiology experiments.

The dual-lead screw design ensures stable, accurate and smooth manipulations while the laser engraved scales offer ease of reading. The instrument offers 180˚ vertical rotation and 360˚ horizontal rotation, with the ability to lock at any angle.

The two parallel rails can accommodate a total of six manipulator arms. This allows for multiple procedures to be performed simultaneously on a single animal in a single session. Furthermore, the unique swivel stand allows for the rail to be rotated 360˚ making it suitable for procedures and various angles. 

Key Features

  • Adapters available for dog, cat, monkey and more
  • Can fit up to six manipulator arms, three on each rail
  • Resolution of 10 µm 

This complete system comes with:

  • Base plate
  • Digital 3-axis manipulator arm
  • Species adapter
  • Ear bars
  • Holder with corner clamp

 

DOCUMENT DESCRIPTION
2018_HA_Stereotaxic_Instruments_Brochure_HA_4PG_11_2018.pdf2018 Stereotaxic Instruments Brochure