ID • Rocker

ID • Rocker

ID Rocker

Rocking and Instrumented T-Flasks are Better Flasks

Gentle agitation of tissue culture flasks has been shown to improve cell outcomes. Vallejos et al. (2012) showed that cells grew faster, had higher viable cell density, and produced less lactate with rocking compared to static cultures.

The ID · Rocker combines adjustable T-flask rocking with real-time, non-invasive monitoring of pH and dissolved oxygen (DO). An interface box allows for closed loop control of rocking speed with feedback from the sensor measurements so that your cells can reach target DO levels.

Place the compact ID · Rocker in your cell culture incubator
and elevate your static T-flask cultures.

Includes
  • Laboratory shaker with integrated ID • Readers
  • T-150 Flasks
  • Interface Box
  • ID • Sensor pH and DO
  • ID • Converter
  • ID • Data-Hub
Product Specification Sheet

Use with

  • T-FLASK

How do I incorporate optical sensors in my T-flasks?

The ID • Rocker monitors pH and dissolved oxygen and controls rocking speed to help you reach your experimental design parameters.

  • ID • Sensors pH and ID • Sensors DO are securely attached to the T-flasks.
  • Four ID • Readers are embedded into the laboratory shaker platform. T-flasks with ID · Sensors are placed on top of ID • Readers and secured on the rocking platform.
  • ID • Data Hub software loaded onto your laptop collects pH and DO data through the ID • Converter for each of the tissue culture flasks.

Advantages

  • Real-time monitoring of pH and dissolved oxygen
  • Non-invasive and biocompatible
  • Single use, disposable
  • State-of-the-art fluorescence technology
  • High resolution and unmatched accuracy
  • Quick and easy setup
  • Long sensor half-life

ID • Rocker & ID • Data Hub Features

ID • Rocker Features

  • 10 – 70 cycles per minute rocking
  • +3 to -10 degrees rocking angle
  • 4.5 Kg (10 lb) platform capacity
  • Four ID • Readers embedded into the platform
  • One instrumented T-150 flask per ID • Reader
  • Durable ID • Reader design resistant to spills and harsh environments

ID • Data Hub Features

  • Automatic sensor type detection
  • Real-time monitoring of up to 8 sensors
  • pH and DO graphical display
  • Data acquisition
  • Review, save and export data
  • Programmable scan intervals

Watch what you can learn about your cell culture!

When optical sensor technology and biomedical application expertise come together.

Specifications

pHDO
Measurement Range6 – 8 pH0 – 100% DO
Accuracy1.5% at pH 7 pH0.2% full scale DO
Resolution± 0.01 at pH 7 pH± 0.1% at 21% O2 DO
Response Time<15 sec
Temperature Range+5 to +50 °C
Drift< or = 0.005 pH per day at 1 minute scan interval pH
CalibrationPre-calibrated; recalibration is possible
SterilizationAutoclave, gamma irradiation; inquire about other methods
Sensor Life45 days (continuous monitoring), several months (intermittent monitoring)
Shelf Life12 months
Sensor Dimensions10mm x 10mm x 0.3mm, Custom Dimensions Available
Scan interval10 seconds or greater
Operating SystemWindows 7 / 8 / 10
Warranty24 Months

Pricing

ID • Rocker Includes:

  • Laboratory Shaker
  • Interface Box
  • T-150 flasks with ID • Sensors (qty 16)
  • ID • Readers (qty 4)
  • ID • Converter
  • ID • Data Hub
$10,500

Additional ID • Sensors pH – 10mm x 10mm x 0.3mm square, pack of 10

$250

Additional ID • Sensors DO – 10mm x 10mm x 0.3mm square, pack of 10

$250

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