RAININ 1000 EDP Electronic Digital Pipette - Used Laboratory Equipment

sku: 3364309
1 In Stock
Condition : P (Poor)
Warranty : AS-IS
Region : US
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  • Make Rainin
  • Hertz 60Hz US
  • Model edp
  • Serial C91449
  • Weight 6.0 Lb
  • Voltage 120V
  • Warranty AS-IS
  • Dimensions 19.0in x 10.0in x 11.0in
  • Shipping Type FedEx Ground
  • Item Condition P (Poor)
  • Manufacturing Date Does Not Apply

Product Information

The RAININ 1000 EDP Electronic Digital Pipette is a precision instrument designed to accurately measure liquid volumes from 1 to 1000 microliters. It offers four modes for volume measurements: pipetting, dispensing, titrating, and diluting. Despite minor cosmetic damage and the need for a new battery, this high-quality electronic pipette is ideal for various laboratory applications and is adjustable for different volume ranges.

Key Features

  • Accurate measurement of liquid volumes
  • Four different measurement modes: pipetting, dispensing, titrating, diluting
  • Adjustable volumes and rapid volume changes
  • Cosmetic damage but valuable for spare parts

  • Measurement Range: 1-1000 microliters
  • Modes: Pipetting, Dispensing, Titrating, Diluting
  • Adjustability: Rapid and effortless by simple keyboard entries
  • Recommended Working Range: 10% to 100% of nominal volume range
  • Condition: Used, minor cosmetic damage, not working, needs battery replacement

Metric: 2.7 kg
Imperial: 6.0 lb


Metric: 30.48 cm x 7.62 cm x 10.16 cm
Imperial: 12 in x 3 in x 4 in

Harmonized Code


Harmonized Code Details

901819 - Measuring or checking instruments, appliances and machines, not specified or included elsewhere in this chapter; profile projectors



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