DMA-1551

Compliance with CE standards (Legend Symbols)

One-axis Motorized Stereotaxic Micromanipulator (with Digital Scale)

Finer manipulation by motorization specific to SM-15R/L.

This micromanipulator can set a given position easily and log it as a reference point to display the distance from there. Calculating coordinates automatically using positional measurement eliminates the hassle of calculating the distance traveled during and after an experiment. The advantages of motorized control are put to full use in the micromanipulator's vast array of features and support for upgrades, allowing it to be used effectively in a variety of experiments.

DMA-1551

* To mount on SM-11, DMA-1511 is required.



DMA-1551

One-axis Motorized Stereotaxic Micromanipulator (with Digital Scale)

Digital Scale

DMA-1551 is equipped with a digital scale that reads a linear scale with a sensor on the drive unit, whereby the distance traveled can be measured in real time. Unlike conventional motorized manipulators, the distance actually traveled and the coordinate are shown on the display, whereby precisely controlled drive can be achieved.

Digital display


Coordinate Calculation

This function enables the user to set an arbitrary position as a reference point and the display is capable of showing the distance traveled from the reference point set. Position measurement system saves you the inconvenience of calculating the distance traveled, during and after each experiment.

Coordinate Calculation



DMA-1551

One-axis Motorized Stereotaxic Micromanipulator (with Digital Scale)

Serves Various Functions in Various Experiments

An arbitrary distance is configurable in both step drive and set drive. The use of the step drive allows you to advance the microelectrode while checking cells, one by one.


Free Drive Distance Set Drive
This mode allows step/set movement to the upper or lower direction while the operation key is pressed. In confirming the position, this mode is useful for advancing an electrode close to the sample.

Free Drive

In this mode, a movement distance is set. An electrode moves in an upper or lower direction by a configured distance each time the operation key is pressed.

Distance Set Drive

Step Drive Coordinate Set Drive
This mode repeats a certain distance of movement and interval in turn while the operation key is pressed. In confirming the position, this mode is used for carefully advancing an electrode.

Step Drive

By determining absolute target coordinates based on a set reference point and traveling to those coordinates, the micromanipulator can move the end of a microelectrode to initially set target coordinates regardless of the microelectrode's starting position. When target coordinates (+Xµm) are set based on a reference point, the microelectrode travels to the set +Xµm coordinates from its current coordinates (a).

Coordinate Set Drive


Specification

Accessories included Keypad Cable (3m)
Display Cable (1.5m)
Extension Cable for Display (1.5m)
Power Cord
Rack Mount Brackets
Bracket Mounting Screws
Rubber Foot
Dedicated Electrode Holder
Drive source 5-phase Stepping Motor
Movement range 35mm (Coarse/Fine/Superfine, drive mode/drive speed changeable)
Minimum increment (Theoretical value) Coarse 0.5µm
Fine 0.05µm
Super fine 0.005µm
I/O port for communication USB Type B
Working voltage AC100V ~ 240V, 50/60Hz
Power consumption 50W
Dimensions/Weight Drive Module W145 × D35 × H195mm, 800g
Connecting cable (3m)
Control Box W430 × D350 × H80mm, 8.2kg
Keypad Controller W125 × D142 × H30mm, 280g
Display W140 × D85 × H35mm, 260g

* When attached to SM-15, the Z-axis movement cannot be provided.


System Diagram

System Diagram

System Diagram


Black Circle refers to the model itself with standard attachments
White Circle refers to attachable main accessories
Double Circle refers to types of mounting adaptors


Associated Information


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