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Click the Request Bulk Quote link (lower left hand corner) or call Bulk Sales at 800-342-6615 or 001-310-516-8000.For ordering information, please contact Customer Service at 800-813-1514 or 001-310-516-8000.You will receive a response within 2 business days. Click the Order Now button next to it to purchase. For your security, we have logged you out. Would you like to log in again? VWR will support you from the latest life science products to the guaranteed purity of organic building blocks. We can also help you increase productivity. CleanPrint 10 Cleanroom Paper Available in 8.5x11, A4, pre-hole punched, and multiple colors. Your success will determine our future; we support you to be successful. Binders, calendars, pens, cleaning and sanitation supplies, and office equipment are just some of the essential products we offer. We have become experts in scientific operations, improving performance with sophisticated solutions and providing guidance on best practices. Especially helpful when using a cell disrupter for extended periods. Separate front panel stop and pause buttons for experimental cycles. Select from five different language setup menus (English, German, Italian, French, or Spanish). Parallel printer interface and serial interface for RS-232. Printed report capability with date stamp and parameter information. Self-diagnostics check performed on power-up. Model 150 is also UL listed and CSA certified. Especially helpful when using a cell disrupter for extended periods. Units supplied with a tapped horn also come with a flat replaceable tip. Units supplied with a solid horn also come with a solid tip. For additional disrupter horns and microtips, see 33995-323 series. To compare product details, select up to 3 alternatives below and click Compare Selected. To add items to your cart, enter a quantity and click Add to Cart.
As our channel brand, VWR offers an integrated, seamless purchasing experience that is optimized for the way our customers do business. We set science in motion to create a better world. For information visit, www.avantorsciences.com and find us on Linkedin, Twitter and Facebook. Energy mode with energy pulsing allows you to specify the amount of energy to be applied for the duration of your experiment. Only the Branson SFX Series allows you to precisely control this critical variable. The smooth control panel resists spills and is easy to keep clean. SFX Sonifiers automatically adjust the ultrasonic pulse length to prevent the sample from overheating. Our handheld converter provides an ergonomic grip for comfort and control, with a recessed pushbutton and LED indicator for assured operation. Now, our new SFX digital Sonifiers bring the industry’s most advanced capabilities to your laboratory. Higher power levels. Precise energy and temperature control. Simple operation. There’s even a handheld converter for low-volume applications. Power, visibility and control: That’s the Branson advantage. This unit features dial controls for easy setting of the timer, which can also run continously; it also features duty cycle and output control. Micro tips, cup horns, sealed atmosphere chamber, flow-through and more All dimensions are nominal. All units are CE FCC, Rohs, Curtis-Straus ISO14001, ISO9001 compliant.Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates. Stylistically varied, their common denominator is a will to experiment with whatever technology was available at the time, forming a wonderful tapestry of noises representative of a noisy century. They've been gathered in this collection as examples of a particular spirit of discovery and some of these recordings are quite rough, being documents and explorations rather than fully polished pieces of music.
Admittedly, the flavor of analog overcomes the sheen of computer music. Most of the tracks compiled here are hard to come by. Some come from library archives (Carl Stumpf, Francis Maziere), some come from specialist blogs or YouTube videos, some from artists' websites. Some have never been available on the web before and were culled from the compiler's own record collection (Wilhelm Keller, Halim El Dabh, Manolo Diaz, Otto Bernstein, John Herbert Leach). The choice is entrirely personal and doesn't reflect main musical trends of the 20th century like jazz, electronic-, tape- and computer music, etc, which have been documented elsewhere. Rather, this compilation examines the quiet revolutions taking place during the 20th century, while individuals started thinking out of the box, when sound experiments flourished in places where innovation was least expected: children's musical education, anthroposophic circles, tropical jungles, stage music, film soundtrack, commercial ads, etc. Similarly, musical notes started emanating from unusual objects or apparatus like phonograph cylinders or flexi discs; architecture was sonified; numbers eventually became sound carriers. In the past centuries, music innovators have always been curious and adventurous, but their number was limited. During the 20th century, however, statistics exploded and the sheer number of sound innovators rocketed, leading to a myriad of experiments inside or outside traditional music circles. KlangSpektrum seeks to reflect this multiplicity. Duration: 73mn. Researched, produced and designed by L. Fairon Stylistically varied, their common denominator is a will to experiment with whatever technology was available at the time, forming a wonderful tapestry of noises representative of a noisy century. Researched, produced and designed by L. Fairon. You can find updates pertaining to any supply chain issues in this post. Please try again laterWe will post it here shortly.
Please try again laterThe converter transmits vibration through the horn and into the sample. The ultrasonic vibrations transmitted through the horn can be applied directly or indirectly to samples, using a variety of specifically designed horns, tips, and chambers. The SFX Series brings a new level of ease, precision, and repeatability with advanced energy and temperature control modes, process monitoring capabilities, and programming features. The screen and buttons provide one-touch access to all control parameters and modes of operation. In Energy Mode, the SFX Series power supply manages the processing cycle to deliver a precise, user-determined input of ultrasonic energy (measured in joules), either continuously or pulsed. The SFX Series automatically compensates for any variability, extending or shortening the cycle as needed to deliver the precise energy output. In operation, Sonifier SFX Series monitors ongoing processes on a scrollable, digital screen, providing continuous updates of key variables including power level, energy usage, sample temperature, and experiment progress. Call now atAllows emulsification of two dissimilia. The converter transmits vibration through the horn and into the sample. The SFX Series automatically compensates for any variability, extending or shortening the cycle as needed to deliver the precise energy output. In operation, Sonifier SFX Series monitors ongoing processes on a scrollable, digital screen, providing continuous updates of key variables including power level, energy usage, sample temperature, and experiment progress. Located in USA and other countries. Click request price for more information. No Yes Please tell us more so that we can improve our website: How can we get in touch with you? (optional) Send Feedback Thank you for making Machinio better. Your feedback is greatly appreciated. Connect to a qualified service provider using LabX Service. Use our directory to find and contact a service specialist.
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When in the parameter entry mode, pressing the Reset will restore the original value of the parameter being modified and then return the system to Ready. It will also reset the power supply and clear any alarms. Test Key The Test key is only active when the system is ready. Ultrasonics are enabled while the Test key is pressed, and disabled when released. Test performs the run, seek, and store functions, causing the power module to test for the resonant frequency of the converter and tool at 10 amplitude, and then go to the amplitude setting. Enter Key Press the Enter key on the SLPe Cell Disruptor to: Confirm a selection setting. Switch between power display and experiment time remaining Exit the configuration menu. If you have entered a modified parameter value, the system checks the value for validity and format. If the value you entered is valid, the value is accepted, and it replaces the old value. The original value is lost and cannot be recovered. If the modified value is invalid, an appropriate error message is displayed. Either: Press and hold to run a cycle for its duration, or Press and release to start a cycle.A 19 SLPe Cell Disruptor Chapter 2: Introduction to the SLPe Cell Disruptor User Manual Controls and Commands Left Arrow Key The Left Arrow key selects from right to left, causing each digit in turn to blink, and wraps back to the right. The blinking digit is available to increment using the Up Arrow key. In the configuration menu, the Left Arrow key toggles the function between Off (0) and On (1). Up Arrow Key This key will increment a selected digit, one count per press. The display will increment appropriately for the selected parameter Back Panel Connections Figure 2.3 Back Panel of SLPe Sonifier Cell Disruptor IEC Power In, and Fuse RF Out, J1 User Input, J2 J 2 MODEL EDP NO. Unit Data Tag INPUT: MAX POWER: Serial Num. It incorporates a fuse holder with a replaceable 5x20mm protective fuse.
The fuse is a glass slow-blow type (refer to the data tag for the fuse rating). A 3 pin RF connector to connect the power supply to the Converter. A User external input connector (female DB9F) requires a cable with a 9-pin male DB9 connector) Rev. Also can monitor Weld On, Ready and Alarm For additional feature information, please contact your Branson representative Rev. A 21 SLPe Cell Disruptor Chapter 3: Delivery and Handling User Manual Delivery and Handling Chapter 3: Delivery and Handling 3.1 Delivery and Handling The Digital Sonifier has no special handling constraints. On receipt of your SLPe Sonifier, take the following steps: 1. Inspect the carton for signs of damage. 2. Open the carton and locate the packing list. 3. Carefully unpack the components and check them against the packing list. 4. Save all packing materials in case the equipment needs to be shipped. 5. Inspect the components for any damage that may have occurred during shipping. Report all shipping damage to your carrier Rev. A 3-1 22 Chapter 3: Delivery and Handling Delivery and Handling For Your Notes Rev. A 4-1 24 Chapter 4: Installation and Setup System Block Diagram 4.2 System Block Diagram The block diagram shows the relative interaction of the components of a SLPe Cell Disruptor system. While other tools may be available for use with the SLPe Cell Disruptor, the primary tool is a microtip. Microtips are useful for processing smaller volumes, particularly where higher amplitudes are required. CAUTION DO NOT allow the horn or microtip to contact lab stands, beakers, test tubes or similar objects. Microtip failure may result. Breakage of glassware may result in the loss of a specimen Rev. A 4-3 26 Chapter 4: Installation and Setup System Component Description The tapered microtip attaches directly to the converter. The tapered tip is recommended for applications such as spores, fungi, yeast, muscle, and connective tissue.
Excellent results can be obtained on volumes ranging from 3 to 20 ml in a relatively short period of time. As the diameter of the tip decreases, the amplitude increases often requiring lower power settings for small volumes. To prevent foaming or aerosoling while processing small quantities with the tapered microtips, the use of a conical-shaped tube such as a reaction vial or a cut down centrifuge tube is recommended.! CAUTION When using microtips, do not exceed a maximum Amplitude Control setting of 70. The microtip will break if driven at higher amplitudes.! CAUTION The bottom of the test tubes should not be in contact with the surface of the ultrasonic tool. It may be operated in an untimed mode with the SLPe set for continuous operation and utilizing the trigger switch; or in a time or energy mode using the SLPe controller. With time or energy modes, the trigger switch initiates the cycle, which is then controlled by the SLPe Rev. A 27 SLPt Cell Disruptor Chapter 4: Installation and Setup User Manual System Component Description Soundproof Enclosure Although ultrasound is above the normal range of human hearing, audible sound sometimes occurs when liquids are treated ultrasonically, especially due to cavitation produced by ultrasonic vibration. The Soundproof Enclosure can be used to reduce this to an acceptable level. It is especially useful when the Sonifier is used for extended periods of time. The Soundproof Enclosure is also useful at minimizing splashing while the experiment is running. Cooling within the enclosure may be required for certain applications. Detail of the enclosure may vary from the Figure below. This shows the tool about to be inserted into the adapter which securely positions the microtip when it is inserted into the opening in the top of the enclosure. A ring stand support is located inside the chamber. Figure 4.2 Soundproof Enclosure Rev. A 4-5 28 Chapter 4: Installation and Setup Assembling the Equipment 4.
4 Assembling the Equipment The SLPe Cell Disruptor unit is pre-assembled and requires no special tools, however other components must be connected to the unit in order for the system to operate. To remove a microtip, use wrenches shipped with the system. Never attempt to remove a microtip by holding the converter housing in a vise. If necessary, secure the largest portion of the microtip in a soft-jawed vise. See Section 4.4.2, Connecting Microtips, and Converters, on page Rev. A 29 SLPt Cell Disruptor Chapter 4: Installation and Setup User Manual Assembling the Equipment Connecting Microtips, and Converters Connecting the Microtip to the Converter To connect the microtip to the converter, take the following steps: Step 1 2 Action Clean the contacting surfaces of the converter and microtip, and remove any foreign matter from the threaded stud and threaded hole. Thread the horn stud into the converter and tighten, using wrenches. The recommended torque is 220 inch-pounds (24.85 Nm).! CAUTION The tip must be installed clean and dry, or the power supply may not tune and operate correctly Rev. The system is fuse-protected with a replaceable glass fuse, 5x20mm, slow-blow type (refer to the data tag on the system. This fuse should never fail under normal operating conditions. The fuse holder is found on the rear of the unit, as part of the IEC power connector. 4.6 Electrical Connections to Equipment All of the connections to the SLPe Cell Disruptor are made to the rear of the unit using industry-standard connectors. Refer to Figure 2.3, Back Panel of SLPe Sonifier Cell Disruptor, on page 2-5 for connector locations Power Cord North American units are shipped with a 3-conductor 117 Volt cordset (NEMA 5-15P to IEC jack). It connects to an IEC-type connector on the rear of the unit. The plug end connects to your main voltage receptacle, which should be properly fused (depending on your site requirements). It requires a conventional NEMA 5-15R receptacle for installation.
Export units are shipped with a standard Harmonized European cordset (having an IEC-type jack).! CAUTION If your cord set does not match your main power receptacle, verify that you have the correct voltage available. Do not connect the system if the voltage rating of the unit is incorrect for your location, as this can damage the unit Rev. If an uncomfortable level of noise is present, the operator should wear ear protection for safe operation. To avoid injury or accident, never touch the Ultrasonic Horn while the System is turned on, and do not allow the Horn to come in contact with solid vessels or supports. A 4-9 32 Chapter 4: Installation and Setup Ultrasonic Test 4.8 Ultrasonic Test The Test button on the front panel of the SLPe Cell Disruptor is used to verify that the unit is functioning (providing ultrasonic energy to the Converter and Tool). Later, you can run another test on the system for your particular experiment (described in 5.3 System Performance Benchmark). Before testing the Sonifier, always make sure that the tool is not touching anything. The System also performs several self-tests when it is first turned on. Step Do this. To obtain this result Set up the SLPe Cell Disruptor following the instructions in this manual. Connect the microtip to the converter. Connect the RF cable to the power supply. Turn the Unit On, and observe the self-test displays. Adjust the Amplitude control to approximately 50 (observe the value on the front panel display). Verify that the Horn is not touching anything. Press and hold the Test button on the front panel. The test will run until the test key is released. Observe the front panel display. If the system showed readings on the display during the Test, you may either proceed with your experiments, or Turn the unit off. Prepare the Sonifier to operate, if it was not previously assembled. Verify that the system passes all its self-tests, observing that there are no error messages on the front panel display.
The SLPe Cell Disruptor advances to the Ready mode and shows the normal Ready display. Ensures that ultrasonic energy will be at some midrange value, and will not cause damage. Refer to Table 4.3 for amplitude information. Verifies the ultrasonic output of the system. You may hear a soft, high-pitched sound. Verification that the SLPe Cell Disruptor is operating and is ready to be set up for your experiment. Use the following charts to determine the correct system settings for the tools you are using. Table 4.3 Approximate Microtip Amplitudes in Microns Microtip EDP No. Storage and shipping: -20 F (-29 C) to 158 F (70 C) Factory set, no tuning necessary. A 5-1 34 Chapter 5: Technical Specifications Physical Description 5.2 Physical Description The following table outlines the physical characteristics of the Digital Sonifier. Converter Weight with cable 1.1 lbs. (0.5kg) Converter Length 5, (127mm) Converter Diameter 1.5 (38mm) Converter to Microtip Stud M8 x 1.25 Horn Tip Diameters 0.091, and ( mm), depending on process needs. System performance will vary when you change setup parameters and if your tools change. This can affect the results of your experiments. Creating a benchmark of your initial setup and performance can be useful at a later date in identifying a change in performance, and can also help in recreating your exact initial setup. The following steps are used only to record system performance, not your experiment results.Use the following steps to create and record a benchmark for your exact setup. Step Action to Save a Benchmark 1 Make a copy of the SLPe Setup Form provided on the following page. Identify your experiment type on the form, for your own reference. 2 Set up the Digital Sonifier (be ready to run), and prepare your experiment. 3 Turn the SLPe system On. Select Mode of operation.