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The Integrapette from I²S In the last year, LabConsumer has evaluated numerous micropipetters and repetitive pipetters (K. Miller, The Scientist , Nov. 10, 1997, page 16; K. Miller, The Scientist, April 27, 1998, p. 10). Accordingly, we were more than happy to test the new I-200 Integrapette from Integrated Instrument Services (I2S, Indianapolis). The Integrapette is a continuously adjustable digital pipette with a volume selection dial constructed with a self-locking "friction ring" to

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The Integrapette from I²S
In the last year, LabConsumer has evaluated numerous micropipetters and repetitive pipetters (K. Miller, The Scientist , Nov. 10, 1997, page 16; K. Miller, The Scientist, April 27, 1998, p. 10). Accordingly, we were more than happy to test the new I-200 Integrapette from Integrated Instrument Services (I2S, Indianapolis).

The Integrapette is a continuously adjustable digital pipette with a volume selection dial constructed with a self-locking "friction ring" to prevent any accidental change in the set volume. Somewhat similar to the Gilson Pipetman® (Rainin Instrument Company), the Integrapette is designed to allow one-handed operation; the volume adjustment dial can be turned while holding the instrument. Unlike the Pipetman, though, volume cannot be adjusted by rotating the plunger. The three-digit volume indicator is a vertical window that faces away from the user. The I-200 has a working range of 0...

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