The Micro2.5 / MicWB40 probe is the perfect tool for imaging of a wide range of small objects. The MicWB40 rf probe is equipped with exchangeable coils supporting sample diameters from 1 to 30 mm. If required it can be equipped with the animal monitoring system to supervise physiological parameters of the animals (ECG, respiration, body temperature) and provide connections and masks for breathing gas anesthesia. Different type of animal beds and positioning systems are supported for the individual coil types. An optional VT set allows to control the temperature of the sample between -20°C and +60°C.
It is combined with Bruker’s Micro2.5 WB gradient system, which is the MR Microscopy gradient workhorse. Its gradient strength is perfect for most applications. The Micro2.5 remains in the magnet while the MicWB40 is removed from the magnet to insert the sample.
Wide Bore Probe, also compatible to SWB magnets
Gradient strength of up to 1.5 T/m per axis, water cooled
Animal support (Triggering Unit, Anesthesia)
Exchangeable Rf coils, named ‘MicWB40’ series
Optional Variable Temperature Control (compatible to BSVT, BCU,…)
Special sample holders for glass tubes or animal beds are available.
The MicWB40 probe is Brukers most versatile probe providing large space (30 mm) for samples but also a high gradient strength for high resolution. It’s the Bruker MR Microscopy workhorse for all kind of samples from materials to in-vivo
|Bore||WB / SWB|
|1H frequency range||300 – 800 MHz|
|rf channels||Two independent|
|Requirements||MR Microscopy Accessory|
|Gradient strength per direction||1.5 T/m|
|Rise Time (5-95%), 0-60A,120V||< 100 µs|
|Maximum current tested||60 A|
|Exchangable rf coil|
|Detection||single tuned, double tuned, or quadrature|
|Typical Nuclei||1H, 2H, 19F, 13C, 31P, 7Li, …|
|Standard sample temperature range (5 mm)||-20 – 60°C|
|Sample diameter||1 – 30 mm|
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