Microfluidic Automation Tool

AUTOMATE YOUR PROTOCOLS EASILY

The Fluigent Microfluidic Automation Tool is a unique program for developing and running time-based experiments. It allows one to easily create protocols for completely automated experiments.

 

MAIN MAT BENEFITS

Easy to use: Simple ”drag and drop” graphic interface.
Adapted to any protocol: Rapid design (and storage) of complex pressure and flow-rate profiles.
Suitable for long term cell perfusion and other protocols.

Benefits

1. EASY TO USE

The MAT allows the control of all the Fluigent products present in the setup. Thanks to its drag and drop interface and its simple execution commands, the software manipulation is intuitive. Create, edit and save any protocol off-line ahead of your experiment for validation.

2. ADAPTED TO SHORT AND LONG PROTOCOLS

The Microfluidic Automation Tool allows custom flow profiles such as sine waves or ramps. Edit the execution time and the duration of the protocol with automation functions such as repeat, loop or wait.
For biological applications, the MAT also manages fluid injection based on time or volume from nL to mL.

3. COMPLETE INTEGRATION TO YOUR SETUP

This software automatically detects connected instruments from the setup and is synchronized with those instruments via TTL triggers. All the instruments can be visualized on the dashboard for a graphic protocol visualization.

Specifications

Specifications:

  • 50ms datalogging and command execution times
  • Plug-in architecture *
  • Automatic datalogging (Pressure/Flow-rate)
  • Control injection/dispense volume
  • Integrated online help service

Compatibilities :

  • Compatible with Windows 7 and higher
  • 32bit and 64bit systems supported
  • A link module is required for use with the LineUP™ series

Tutorial videos

Organ on a Chip technology consists on microfluidic cell culture chips that try to reproduce different physiological responses of organs on a lab. 

CONTACT

+34 655 161 691

info@beonchip.com

CEMINEM-Campus Río Ebro

Zaragoza

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