Carbon Monoxide Controller for Animal Modeling
Bioactive Gas Control System for in vivo:
- Disease Modeling
- Pathology Modeling
- Therapy Modeling
- Multiple chambers
- Multiple set points
- Multiple variables
Chambers can be controlled in many combinations. This includes simultaneous, independent gas control, different gas percentages in different chambers, or identical conditions at different times. You can independently control and profile two chambers at the same time, which means you have one control profile and one experimental profile.
Chambers can be controlled in a wide variety of combinations. This includes simultaneous, independent gas control, different gas percentages in different chambers, or identical conditions at different times. Independently control and profile up to two chambers simultaneously, which means you have one control profile and one experimental profile.
Any one gas or combination of gases can be easily controlled. O2 is a widely used single gas system for hypoxia and hyperoxia. CO2 and O2 are the primary respiratory I/O gases. Combination O2/2 systems are available. CO and NO are new signaling gases. O2/CO systems, O2/NO systems, O2/CO2/CO systems, O2/CO2/NO systems are all possible options. Meet the needs of your research program.
The gas concentration can be programmed to change at any time. Simply arrange a series of setpoints each associated with a separate time. Intermittent hypoxia is a common example.
Dynamic control allows the operator the unique ability of simulating natural conditions and creating and manipulating new artificial conditions.