Warner Instruments has introduced the VT-8 valve timer, an 8-channel microcontroller-based unit that communicates with Windows-based computers via the high-speed USB 2.0 port.
The instrument also makes a general-purpose laboratory timer.
A software-driven computer interface makes it easy to generate an automated protocol for valve opening and closing during any experiment.
The timer continuously communicates with the computer facilitating instant responses to user-directed commands of the output TTL.
The device features a syringe configuration tool that ensures adequate solution volume to complete the experiment and includes an emergency cut-off that can be used to automatically close all valves simultaneously.
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