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Icomes Lab Demonstrates World's Smallest and Lightest Electronic Pipette for PCR Testing at MEDICA 2021

By LabMedica International staff writers
Posted on 18 Nov 2021
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Image: Pipetty Electronic Pipette (Photo courtesy of ICOMES LAB Co., Ltd.)
Image: Pipetty Electronic Pipette (Photo courtesy of ICOMES LAB Co., Ltd.)

ICOMES LAB Co., Ltd. (Iwate, Japan) demonstrated the world's smallest and lightest electronic pipette with a length of 135mm and a weight of 75g at MEDICA 2021.

ICOMES pipetty is the world's smallest, lightest, pen-type electronic pipette. This high-precision lightweight electronic pipette is ideal for continuous dispensing of PCR testing. It continuously dispenses a fixed number of times automatically and compensates a dispensing volume for preventing accuracy deterioration due to hand warming.

ICOMES also demonstrated its pipetty Smart electric pipette that can be controlled by a smartphone app. pipetty Smart is the world's first pipette with wireless communication function.Equipped with Bluetooth technology, it reduces the burden of routine work on the operator by setting the dispensing protocol. It automatically creates a log file after dispensing operation, leaving evidence for post-checks. pipetty Smart is equipped with a smartphone numeric keypad and voice input function to improve work efficiency.

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