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WPI EVOM Manual Epithelial Voltohmmeter

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WPI EVOM Manual Epithelial Voltohmmeter

WPI EVOM Manual Epithelial Voltohmmeter

Improved workflow efficiency, more stable and repeatable measurements

World Precision Instruments



The EVOMTM Manual delivers improved workflow efficiency, more stable and repeatable measurements versus traditional Trans Epithelial Electrical Resistance (TEER) meters. Providing users with vital feedback during experiment measurements, the EVOM Manual's large screen offers a range of informational views. The new graphical displays for trend analysis and measurement values helps scientists deliver simple, stepwise methodology during experimental measurements. The touch screen interface provides users an intuitive, easy-to-use menu for configuration.



  • Eliminates errors and reduces experimental processing time
  • Auto data logging eliminates the need to track data by hand
  • The small footprint allows more bench space
  • Easy calibration and verification
  • Footswitch for hands-free recording
  • Prevent data loss with auto save and data recovery when battery is low
  • TEER is easily computed by applying a unit area formula to the resistance

Eliminating the need to log data by hand, the EVOM Manual writes the resistance or voltage information to a USB drive in CSV format for easy transfer to spreadsheets and data analysis programs. When used with the footswitch it enables handsfree recording of measurements.

At the heart of the EVOM Manual is WPI's latest processor and circuitry, providing users with quick, easy and reliable readings due to its fast stabilisation, automatic twenty times sampling average and low noise design. The auto ranging resistance feature allows for fast resistance measurements, and an over-range display feature eliminates false readings. The EVOM Manual has adjustable current levels in three fixed ranges with two lower ranges for sensitive membranes and high resistance ranges up to 100 K?.


For further information please contact us or download the datasheet.


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