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Andrew+ liquid handling robot
The pipetting robot using conventional electronic pipettes, allowing any scientist to move to automation without any robotics or engineering knowledge.
Andrew+ technical specifications
Voltage range 90~264 VAC, AC current 1.85A/115VAC, 1.0A/230VAC, Frequency 47~63Hz, inrush current (max) 120A/230VAC
Andrew+ should be connected exclusively with the power supply GSM220B24-R7B, in Asia, and GSM160B24-R7B, in ROW, and electrical cable supplied with the instrument
Wi-fi (2.4 Ghz / 5 GHz)
Ethernet connection (1Gigabit)
Hand: High resolution camera equipped with white LED light
OLM: High resolution camera equipped with low power white LED and class II red laser (wavelength = 650 nm)
Maximum relative humidity 80% for temperatures up to 37° C.
Up to 2000 m above mean sea level
Safe operating conditions for the system
Fluctuation of the supply voltage up to 10% of the rated voltage
Degree of protection
Required personal computer characteristics
Tablet or computer equipped with Internet browser and network capability.
Dimension with both arms folded:
53.5 cm (H) x 43 cm (W) x 45.5 cm (L)
16 kg (only the robot)
Integrated audio system (nominal power = 1.5 W)
Additional external power interfaces
Connection with docking station (1A @ 24 V)
4 tool slots embedded in the tool stand (500mA @ 7.5 V)
Domino self-assembling configuration dynamically set-up on a conventional bench space, allowing operations on an arbitrary set of Domino from 1 up to 11 elements compatible with multi-channel pipette – according to available space and experiment requirements.
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