First-Ever Cloud-Based Application for Connectivity to Electronic Pipettes

Thermo Fisher Scientific release web-based pipetting application.

Thermo Fisher Scientific
Mar 14, 2017

Life science researchers working across many applications can now benefit from the first-ever web-based pipetting application, developed to enable seamless connectivity with electronic pipettes for optimized performance and safe, efficient and rapid sharing of protocols.

Developed for use in conjunction with the new Bluetooth-enabled Thermo Scientific E1-ClipTip electronic pipettes, My Pipette Creator is the first cloud-based application designed to enable efficient, centralized programming of connected pipettes, as well as secure storage and sharing of protocols between pipettes and colleagues within the lab. Offering a library of pre-programmed protocols for the E1-ClipTip pipettes and Thermo Fisher Scientific reagent kits, the My Pipette Creator application allows users to save time, enhance consistency and minimize programming errors to help achieve reproducible, reliable and traceable results.

“Programming protocols for use with individual electronic pipettes can be a time-consuming, tedious and inefficient process that is prone to human error,” said Kelly Miller, senior business director...

The new application has been ergonomically constructed to reduce the strain on the user’s eyes and hands commonly experienced with repeated operation of individual pipettes. In addition to Bluetooth, connectivity with the E1-ClipTip pipettes can also be achieved using a micro USB cable, depending on the user’s preference.

The My Pipette Creator application is part of Thermo Fisher Connect, a cloud platform encompassing scientific data analysis and storage, remote instrument access and collaboration tools designed to enable scientists to accelerate their research and for lab managers to boost their lab’s productivity.

 

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