You can ensure correct and precise positioning of Unisense microsensors with the robust and accurate Micromanipulator MM33. The fragile glass sensors require steady positioning, and the MM33 enables you to complete microprofiles with high spatial resolution. Read more...
Mount and move your sensors
The Micromanipulator MM33 is mounted on a heavy laboratory stand (LS18) or on a metal spear (IS19) for in situ measurements, e.g. in sediments, pit soils or muddy fields.
The micromanipulator is available in a manual or motorized setup and with a single or double sensor mount.
Manual or motorized Micromanipulator
The manual manipulator is the right choice for single point measurements, coarse microprofiles, or measurements with larger sensors, e.g. needle sensors. The manual manipulator is an economic and robust tool for completing microprofiles. The precision of the z-axis (depth) is down to 10 µm, while on the x- and y-axes the sensor position can be manipulated with 100 µm precision.
The motorized micromanipulator is the perfect solution, if you are aiming for even higher spatial resolution and want to complete microprofiles automatically. This allows you to perform microprofiles with resolution down to 0.5 µm, making it appropriate for measurements in e.g. biofilms and highly active sediment samples.
The motorized micromanipulator can be configured to complete 2D or 3D microprofiles. The system is easily operated, and data is logged in SensorTrace Profiling.
Micromanipulator single head
Micromanipulator double head
High performance O2 microsensor
Microprofiles with extreme accuracy, high spatial and temporal resolution
Optode sensor technology
Detect H2S in your sample
Highly sensitive hydrogen microsensor for gas and liquid measurements
Measure dissolved and gaseous N2O
Measure minute concentrations of nitric oxide
Miniaturized pH electrode
Measure redox potential in microenvironments
Microelectrode to measure electric potential
Reference electrode for pH or Redox microelectrodes
Monitor temperature in your sample
Measure ultra low oxygen concentrations (<10nM)
A solid base for your micromanipulator
IS19 - for in situ measurement