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ECM 630 Exponential Decay Wave Electroporation System

The ECM 630 is an exponential decay wave electroporation generator which allows the researcher full
flexibility in choosing a wide range of time constants. From the 8300 RC time constants in low voltage mode to 126 RC time constants in high voltage mode, the ECM 630 is outstanding in its class, allowing the precise optimization of protocols.

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450001 ECM 630 Electroporation System includes ECM 630 Generator (45-0051), 630B Safety Stand (45-0207), Cuvettes 1 mm, 2 mm, 4 mm pkg. of 30 (10 each) and Cuvette Rack 660 (45-0208) (Model 6300)
450051 ECM 630 Generator Only (Model ECM 630)
450061 ECM 830 / ECM 630 Combination package
includes ECM 830 Generator, ECM 630 Generator, 2 x Safety Stands, Sample Package of Cuvettes and Cuvette Rack

For local pricing, contact your nearest distributor.



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Applications:
• Transformation of Bacteria and Yeast
• Transfection of Mammalian Cells
• Transfection of Plant Tissue and Protoplast
• Electroporation of Medaka Oocytes and Insect Cells

POWERFUL
High voltage mode allows for unsurpassed power.

FLEXIBLE
Flexible time constant settings allow for precise optimization of bacterial, yeast, plant and mammalian protocols.

ADAPTABLE
Reproduce protocols from competitive electroporators.

The ECM 630 is an exponential decay wave electroporation generator which allows the researcher full flexibility in choosing a wide range of time constants. From the 8300 RC time constants in low voltage mode to 126 RC time constants in high voltage mode, the ECM 630 is outstanding in its class, allowing the precise optimization of protocols. By setting the resistance parameter to “None”, users can reproduce protocols from competitive electroporators.

In addition, over 200 protocols are available for this instrument. The ECM 630 will perform the widest range of electroporation applications among commercial exponential decay wave electroporators. These features, combined with our 2-year warranty, make the ECM 630 essential for any molecular biology laboratory.

Monitoring Option
The New VIP 3000 allows monitoring and tracking of key electrical parameters used in electroporation. When used with the optional communications module, parameters can be downloaded to a computer or printer for documentation.

Multi-Well Electroporation
The New MOS - Multi-Well Optimization System offers the researcher the advantage of multi-well technology using BTX ECM Generators.


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Specifications450001450051450061
CertificationsCE MarkCE MarkCE Mark
Model6300630 
Pulse WaveformExponential DecayExponential DecayExponential Decay
DC Voltage Range LV Mode10 to 500 V / 1 V resolution10 to 500 V / 1 V resolution10 to 500 V / 1 V resolution
DC Voltage Range HV Mode50 to 2500 V / 5 V resolution50 to 2500 V / 5 V resolution50 to 2500 V / 5 V resolution
ProgrammabilityStorage for 2 parameters (V, t, n, interval)Storage for 2 parameters (V, t, n, interval)Storage for 2 parameters (V, t, n, interval)
Arc ControlArc Quenching™Arc Quenching™Arc Quenching™
SafetyGenerator is short circuit proofGenerator is short circuit proofGenerator is short circuit proof
Capacitance LV Mode1 F, 25 F to 3275 F1 F, 25 F to 3275 F1 F, 25 F to 3275 F
Capacitance HV Mode25 F and 50 F25 F and 50 F25 F and 50 F
Internal Resistance LV Mode25 ? to 1575 ?/25 ? resolution "None" setting to simulate alternative system slacking resistance25 ? to 1575 ?/25 ? resolution "None" setting to simulate alternative system slacking resistance25 ? to 1575 ?/25 ? resolution "None" setting to simulate alternative system slacking resistance
Internal Resistance HV Mode25 ? to 1575 ? / 25 ? resolution25 ? to 1575 ? / 25 ? resolution25 ? to 1575 ? / 25 ? resolution
Opererational StatusInternal self test upon start-upInternal self test upon start-upInternal self test upon start-up
InterfaceDigital User InterfaceDigital User InterfaceDigital User Interface
Power100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Charge Time24 sec maximum (without delay)24 sec maximum (without delay)24 sec maximum (without delay)
Display4 line x 20 character LCD4 line x 20 character LCD4 line x 20 character LCD
ControlsSingle rotary knob with push button toggle to set parameters. On/Off Power and Start switchesSingle rotary knob with push button toggle to set parameters. On/Off Power and Start switchesSingle rotary knob with push button toggle to set parameters. On/Off Power and Start switches
Electroporation ChamberSafety StandSafety StandSafety Stand
MonitoringMonitoring and display of V, t, n, intervalMonitoring and display of V, t, n, intervalMonitoring and display of V, t, n, interval
MOS Multi-Well CompatibleYesYesYes
Remote OperationNoNoNo
Warranty2 Years2 Years2 Years
Height Metric14 cm14 cm14 cm
Height English5.5 in5.5 in5.5 in
Width Metric31.8 cm31.8 cm31.8 cm
Width English12.5 in12.5 in12.5 in
Depth Metric31.1 cm31.1 cm31.1 cm
Depth English12.25 in12.25 in12.25 in
Weight Metric4.5 kg4.5 kg4.5 kg
Weight English10 lbs10 lbs10 lbs

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Electroporation Transactivation of gp130 in Myeloma Cells
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Characterization of a novel Sepia officinalis neuropeptide with use of a Syringe Pump
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Two Distinct Ca2+ - Dependent Signaling Pathways regulate the Motor Output of Cochlear Outer Hair Cells with Pneumatic Injection System
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Pneumatic Injection System use in finding Action of 2,3-butanedione monoxime on capacitance and electromotility of guinea-pig cochlear outer hair cells
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Pneumatic Injection System use in finding Action of 2,3-butanedione monoxime on capacitance and electromotility of guinea-pig cochlear outer hair cells
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Two Distinct Ca2+ - Dependent Signaling Pathways regulate the Motor Output of Cochlear Outer Hair Cells with Pneumatic Injection System
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Development of a multiplexed microbioreactor system for high throughput bioprocessing
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Energy Integration Describes Sound-Intensity Coding in an Insect Auditory System
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Permeation and Activation of the M2 Ion Channel of Influenza A Virus with use of Fast Step Perfusion System
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Isotomic Transducer use in Stabilization of Temporally Summated Muscle Contractions in the Lobster (Panulirus) Pyloric System
   

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