A low cost version of the research-grade Intracellular Electrometer. The important features required for low noise, drift free recording from glass microelectrodes have been retained in this lower cost model. The Intracellular Low Cost Electrometer is easy to use and is an excellent choice for student teaching laboratories. It includes a probe, which is a very small, lightweight active headstage that directly to the probe input on the Electrometer. Its small size and low mass permit easy mounting in a micropositioner, while its epoxy-sealed construction affords maximum resistance to saline corrosion. Measured voltages and current can be easily monitored and recorded by a PowerLab and LabChart data acquisition system via BNC-BNC cables connected to the Electrometer's BNC analog outputs. Two voltage outputs provide the amplifier voltages (unscaled and scaled 10x), while another voltage output provide the bridge volatge. The current output provides a voltage signal scaled to 20mV/nA of output current.
Included with the Intracellular Low Cost Electrometer:
Accessories purchased separately: