The design conceptualization of the DM100 series emerges from the real need of the Magnetic Hyperthermia lab of the Institute of Nanosciences of Aragón (Spain). The specific needs involved in the process of applying a magnetic field, measuring and analyzing the results were thoroughly examined and approached one by one, leading to an integrated and final solution that guarantees the highest standards in Magnetic Hyperthermia research. The results achieved with DM100 Series are now endorsed by published results on characterization of nanostructured materials, experiments with cellular cultures, parasithology, among other fields.
DM100 Series devices apply a user-adjustable magnetic field from 0 to 300/600 gauss, on user selectable frequencies, and perform in situ temperature measurements through an advanced optical fiber system, without metallic parts and with a negligible thermal mass.
Information on temperature, time, magnetic field and incidences is collected and stored up, and it can be processed with a computer. Specially designed software allows also for programming and scheduling automated tests on intensity curves, sampling frequency, pauses, etc. The DM100 Series can be operated using its tactile monitor or even from a remote computer via Ethernet.