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The SDR SensorDish® Reader is a small 24-channel reader for non-invasive detection of oxygen and pH in multidishes (SensorDishes®). These contain a sensor spot at the bottom of each well. They are read out non-invasively through the transparent bottom. SensorDishes® for oxygen (OxoDish®) and pH (HydroDish®) are available in 24-well and 6-well format. 24-well deep well plates with integrated oxygen (OxoDish®-DW) and pH sensor (HydroDish®-DW) allow measurements in shaken cultures. Read out of oxygen sensors integrated in glass vessels for respiration monitoring is also possible. The SensorDish® Reader can be used in incubators and on shakers and is thus the ideal tool for cell and bacteria cultivation.
These 4 mL glass vials have an optically isolated oxygen sensor type PSt5 integrated at the bottom. This sensor is read out with the SDR SensorDish® Reader. The SensorVials fit into a 24-well plate, which is placed on the reader for easy positioning. Due to the optical isolation, the sensor can be used at ambient light. SensorVials are ideally suited for respiration monitoring of small aquatic organisms. In combination with the Mask for SensorVials SDR-MSV24 they can also be applied for photosynthesis experiments (up to 50 % O2). The mask shields the reader optics from artificial light so precise optical oxygen measurements can be recorded. The vials can be cleaned with ethanol and are re-usable.
The SDR-MSV24 shields the reader optics from artificial light, so optical oxygen measurements are not disturbed. This allows the use of SensorVials during light exposure in photosynthesis experiments. Furthermore, the mask assures correct positioning of SensorVials on top of the SDR. Up to 24 vials in 2 mL or 4 mL format can be placed in the mask for read out with the SDR.