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Portable Stereotaxic Instrument for Mouse

  • This instrument is designed to use an adaptor block to replace the U-frame. It holds the mouse or neonatal rat firmly and accurately, thus offering additional working space for surgical instruments. The Stereotaxic Instruments include 3-axes, left-hand manipulator arm, mouse nose clip, mouse 18 ° and 45° ear bars, and standard probe holder. And other subassemblies are available such as dual arm, digital, etc.

Technical Specifications

  • Key Benefits
  • Technical Specifications
  • Available Model
  • Specific fixed base ( 255mm x 255mm) for mice, fixed more quickly.
  • Replace the U-frame, enlarge the operating space, more economical and reliable.
  • Unique UP indicator to prevent incorrect operation..
  • Double-lead screw design, more stable and accurate operation.
  • The ear bar is made of polyoxymethylene resin, 4 different fixed points with 1mm resolution for scales.

1. Base plate size : 255mm x 255mm.

2. Ear bars made of polyoxymethlene resin, unique and light.

3. Height adjustment range for palate clip: 20mm (0mm~+20mm).

4. Height adjustment range for ear bars: 20mm(0~+20mm).

5. Ear bars with laser engraved scales (1mm resolution).

6. Working distance in 3 dimension is 80 mm with precise alignment to 0.1mm resolution.

7. Vertical direction: 180° rotation and lock at any angles.

8. Horizontal direction: 360° rotation and lock at any angles.

9. Dual-lead screws ensure stable, accurate and smooth manipulation.

10. Accuracy and flexibility can be maintained at variable temperatures.

11. Unique anti-clockwise UP mark engraved in the knob prevents incorrect operation.

12. Vertical lock and fixing knob are separated to ensure accurate function at any angle.

13. Replace the U-frame, enlarge the operating space, more economical and reliable

14. Laser engraved scales enable comfortable reading.

15. Ear bar locked plate pressing instead of clamping ensures more stability.

16. Syringe pump, micro camera and drill can be attached to instruments.

 Model Product Description nose clip Ear bar Three-dimensional manipulator Holder Base plate
68507 Stereotaxic for Mouse 68033 mouse 18°&45° SGL-Left 68201 68863S
68510 Stereotaxic for Mouse  68033 mouse 18°&45° Dual 68201 68863D
68513 Stereotaxic for Mouse  68033 mouse 18°&45° Digital, SGL-Left 68201 68863S
68516 Stereotaxic for Mouse  68033 mouse 18°&45° Digital, Dual 68201 68863D


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