ERI Dual System
Imaging and Spectroscopy in One Device
Two modules in one device
The dual ERI system is intended for the imaging small laboratory rodents and high-loss water samples. It allows you to perform 3D and 4D imaging with a superb temporal resolution. Provide unique information on the tissue microenvironment, including mapping of pO2, pH, PI, redox state and biodistribution of the paramagnetic substances.
• Bore size: 34 mm
• Resonance frequency:575 MHz
• Gradient strength 1,3 mT/cm (13 G/cm)
The Spectroscopy mode of the ERI Dual System operates in L-band (1.15GHz). This frequency is optimal for the study of biological samples and does not affect the internal structure and ensures its survivability. The resonator is designed to detect EPR signals in-vivo. It is suitable for collecting EPR signals from viable models such as zebrafish embryos or laboratory rodents.
• Surface resonator: diameter of 8 mm
• Maximum power 125mW
• Space between the magnets up to 6cm
• Resonance frequency: 1150 Mhz
• Sampling rate 80 MS/s with 16-bit resolution
- Main magnet strength: 22mT
- Modulation amplitude: 5 mT (50G)
- 16 A type C, 3-power supply
- Main Tower H135 x W 73 X D63 com
- Cooling tower: W110 x D84 x H180
- Minimum Space Requirements 6m2
Two resonators for double research possibilities
The measurement area is up to 34 mm in diameter, which allows whole-body mouse examination. The spatial resolution of up to 600µm ensures the best quality of image captures.
The arm positioning system is designed to precisely set and hold the position of the sample throughout the entire measurement
Surface Coil Resonator
A surface resonator with a diameter of 8 mm enables detecting great quality signals from the objects ranging from Zebrafish embryos up to small rabbits.