AUTOMATIC PIPPETTE (FIXED)
An automatic pipette is a laboratory instrument used for dispensing a fixed or adjustable volume of liquid. It typically has a volume range of 0.1 µL to 10 mL, with an accuracy within ±0.6% and precision within ±0.15% of the selected volume. It is compatible with disposable tips that match the pipette’s volume range and usually has a digital display showing the selected volume and other settings. It has several modes and is designed for comfortable use with reduced strain on the user’s hand and wrist. Automatic pipettes are typically made of high-quality plastics or lightweight metals for durability and easy cleaning.
An automatic pipette is a laboratory instrument used for accurately transferring small volumes of liquid from one container to another. It is an electronically powered device that works on the principle of air displacement.
Automatic pipettes come in different sizes and configurations, depending on the volume of liquid to be transferred. They have a motorized mechanism that allows the user to select the desired volume of liquid to be dispensed. The pipette tip is placed into the liquid sample and the button or trigger is pressed, causing the motor to aspirate or dispense the liquid.
Automatic pipettes have several advantages over traditional manual pipettes, including improved accuracy, precision, and ease of use. They are commonly used in fields such as molecular biology, microbiology, biochemistry, and pharmaceuticals, where precise measurement and handling of small volumes of liquids are critical for experiments and assays.