Overview

Single-use, disposable, and preloaded with SBI’s ID·Sensors, the ID∙Flow Through Cell is the perfect way to collect reliable, real-time data of your culture conditions anywhere in a perfusion flow loop. Connect the ID∙Flow Through Cell into your flow loop with Luer fittings and insert an ID • Fiber Optic Cable into the housing. Select a single unit if you’re interested in measuring only pH or DO or a dual unit to measure both pH and DO simultaneously.

  • Connects into a flow loop
  • Single use
  • Single units equipped with either ID·Sensor pH or DO
  • Disposable
  • Dual units equipped with both ID·Sensors pH and DO
  • Compatible with low perfusion flow rates

Specifications

How to set up the ID • Fiber Optic Kit with the
ID • Flow Through Cell Accessory

The ID • Flow Through Cell is designed to connect into a perfusion loop and is available as a single or dual unit. The single unit comes preloaded with either an ID • Sensor pH or an ID • Sensor DO while the dual unit comes preloaded with ID • Sensors for both pH and DO. The ID·Flow Through Cells connect to your perfusion flow loop through Luer fittings.
  1. Install ID • Data Hub software onto your computer.
  2. Plug USB cable from ID • Converter into your computer.
  3. Plug cable from ID • Fiber Optic Reader into ID • Converter and place reader near the culture system.
  4. Loosen the end nut on the ID • Flow Through Cell and feed a fiber optic cable into the top of the ID • Flow Through Cell.
  5. Repeat Step 4 with a second fiber optic cable if using an ID • Flow Through Cell – Dual unit.
  6. Ensure the cable end is flush with the bottom of the ID • Flow Through Cell and tighten the nut.
  7. Connect the ID • Flow Through Cell into flow loop with Luer fittings.
  8. Repeat steps for additional  ID • Flow Through Cells.

Applications

Use the ID • Flow Through Cell in the following systems:

  • Tissue culture perfusion bioreactors
  • Microfluidics devices
  • Bioprocessing bioreactors
  • Organ perfusion chambers

What size tubing does the ID • Flow Through Cell fit?

The Luer fittings on the ID • Flow Through Cell have a 3 mm flow ID, and 3 mm diameter tubing is recommended for optimal readings.

Can I reuse the ID • Flow Through Cells?

The ID • Flow Through Cells and ID • Sensors are designed to be single use.

Where are the sensors? Do I need to place them myself?

The ID • Flow Through Cells have the ID • Sensors already attached within the pipe portion of the units. The sensors are aligned to the channel that secures the fiber optic cable in place.

How to

How to set up the ID • Fiber Optic Kit with the
ID • Flow Through Cell Accessory

The ID • Flow Through Cell is designed to connect into a perfusion loop and is available as a single or dual unit. The single unit comes preloaded with either an ID • Sensor pH or an ID • Sensor DO while the dual unit comes preloaded with ID • Sensors for both pH and DO. The ID·Flow Through Cells connect to your perfusion flow loop through Luer fittings.
  1. Install ID • Data Hub software onto your computer.
  2. Plug USB cable from ID • Converter into your computer.
  3. Plug cable from ID • Fiber Optic Reader into ID • Converter and place reader near the culture system.
  4. Loosen the end nut on the ID • Flow Through Cell and feed a fiber optic cable into the top of the ID • Flow Through Cell.
  5. Repeat Step 4 with a second fiber optic cable if using an ID • Flow Through Cell – Dual unit.
  6. Ensure the cable end is flush with the bottom of the ID • Flow Through Cell and tighten the nut.
  7. Connect the ID • Flow Through Cell into flow loop with Luer fittings.
  8. Repeat steps for additional  ID • Flow Through Cells.
Applications

Applications

Use the ID • Flow Through Cell in the following systems:

  • Tissue culture perfusion bioreactors
  • Microfluidics devices
  • Bioprocessing bioreactors
  • Organ perfusion chambers
FAQ

What size tubing does the ID • Flow Through Cell fit?

The Luer fittings on the ID • Flow Through Cell have a 3 mm flow ID, and 3 mm diameter tubing is recommended for optimal readings.

Can I reuse the ID • Flow Through Cells?

The ID • Flow Through Cells and ID • Sensors are designed to be single use.

Where are the sensors? Do I need to place them myself?

The ID • Flow Through Cells have the ID • Sensors already attached within the pipe portion of the units. The sensors are aligned to the channel that secures the fiber optic cable in place.

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