Scientifica Post & Platform Sample Plate

Scientifica Post & Platform Sample Plate

A stable mounting platform for samples, especially suited to electrophysiology and imaging research.

Available in versions for both in vivo or in vitro research, depending on your experimental requirements.

Benefits

Height adjustable

Set the platforms at the perfect height for your experimental requirements.

Versatile positioning

Available with a powerful magnetic base or a screw down base enabling you to easily fit it to your antivibration table.

Ultra-stable platform

The stiff steel and aluminium construction ensures stability allowing for long-term electrophysiology and imaging recordings.

In vivo platform option

Exchange the sample plate holder for a platform designed for in vivo experiments with tapped holes for related equipment

Swing in – swing out platform

Move your sample away from the microscope for easy access to the sample area. Quickly reposition the platform in the same place with the integrated, repeatable stop.

Downloads

Download the Post & Platform Sample Plate brochure for more information.

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