New Promethion Core™ Line

The new Promethion Core™ is the first and only metabolic and behavioral measurement system that utilizes modern digital and computer technology to deliver the highest resolution data regardless of study size. This enables greater statistical power with fewer animals and simultaneous testing of more hypotheses. Multiple Promethion Core 16-cage systems can be networked together for unmatched parallel processing power and highest reproducibility. Real-time animal data can be securely accessed via authorized desktop or mobile devices, including tablets and smart phones.

The system is based on individual wheeled racks comprised of 16 cages, independent mass flow controllers, analyzers, pumps, and onboard real-time acquisition and analysis module and local data storage. Labs can start with a single rack system and add additional racks as needs expand. Each rack features a one-hour battery backup in the event of power interruption or simply wheeling the rack from one location to another.

The Efficient System Management at the heart of Promethion Core’s innovative design, enables technicians to easily manage animals, maintain the cages and clean the system. Web-based tools allow easy diagnostic assessment per cage, per rack or across all racks. New magnetic mounts for the mass measurement modules simplify cage maintenance and workflow. The highly-integrated flow control and gas analysis system is modular, and individual components are hot swappable without requiring any system downtime. With the web interface, system setup is extremely fast and straightforward, making diagnostic and real-time data available when you need it.

Promethion Core rack mount CGF (combined gas analyzers and flow regulators) includes mass flow controllers, analyzers, pumps, and onboard real-time acquisition and analysis module with local data storage.

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