The leaf clip 2035-B has been devised to record leaf temperature, light intensities at sample level and air humidity. The clip measures photosynthetically active radiation (PAR) by an LS-C Mini Quantum Sensor, a NiCr-Ni thermocouple records leaf temperature, and a capacitive type, temperature-corrected humidity sensor measures relative humidity of air. Calibration factors of PAR and temperature sensors are stored on the internal memory of the leaf clip 2035-B. A second PAR sensor can be connected to the leaf clip. Measured data are sent as digital signals to the MINI-PAM-II. To facilitate studies under field conditions, fluorescence measurements can be triggered by pushing the control button of the leaf clip 2035-B.
The 2054-L external light source complements the internal actinic light of MINI-PAM-II fluorometers. The 2054-L can be easily attached to the 2035-B leaf clip. The external lamp provides light peaking at 630 nm (red), 520 nm (green), and 452 nm (blue), as well as white light. Each of the four channels has a standard maximum photon flux density of 1500 µmol m-2 s-1; the composition of colors is freely selectable. The light source is connected to the SYNC port of the MINI-PAM-II fluorometer and it is controlled by the MINI-PAM-II or by a computer running the WinControl-3 software.
The fiberoptics adapter 90º can be attached to the leaf clips 2035-B and 2060-B to position the fiberoptics af the MINI-PAM-II at 90° angle relative to leaf plane.
The DLC-8 leaf clip permits dark-acclimation of small leaf areas in the field. The tip of the fiberoptics of the MINI-PAM-II fits exactly in the DLC-8 port. With the fiber tip inserted, the sliding shutter of the DLC-8 can be opened so that F0 and FM level fluorescence can be measured without interference of ambient light.
Aluminum clip with small measuring area designed to position small leaves below the fiberoptics of the MINI-PAM-II. When combined with the 2065-M Mini Quantum/Temp.-Sensor, PAR on sample level and lower leaf temperature is recorded.
Precise mini quantum and temperature sensors usable independently or in conjunction with the 2060-B Arabidopsis Leaf Clip or the 2060-A Fiberoptics Holder for Surfaces.
The holder positions the fiberoptics of the MINI-PAM-II on bulky samples. Combinable with the 2065-M Mini Quantum/Temp.-Sensor, to measure temperature and impinging PAR of the surface area investigated.
The MINI-PAM/F1 is useful when small surfaces are to be investigated. It consists of a single coated plastic fiber which provides an active diameter of 2 mm.
The suspension cuvette includes a 400 μl sample compartment made of stainless steel with PVC exterior. The cuvette is equipped with a 7 mm fiberoptics window adapter, an injection port for Hamilton syringes, and nozzles for connecting an external flow-through water-bath for temperature control.
The device is equipped with a specially modified stirrer plate to center and hold the KS-2500 Suspension Cuvette. The MKS-2500 Magnetic Stirrer comes with a Perspex base plate with stand bar for mounting fiberoptics on top of cuvette.
The barcode scanner is the ideal add-on when many differed samples are repeatedly probed. Simply mark your samples by barcodes. Then, the BCS-9590 scanner writes for each saturation pulse analysis the sample ID into the memory of the MINI-PAM-II or the report data in WinControl-3. The barcode scanner is connected to the COMP 1 or COMP 2 port of the MINI-PAM-II.
The tripod serves for positioning of the Leaf Clip Holder 2035-B, the Mini Quantum/Temp.-Sensor 2065-M, or the Arabidopsis Leaf Clip 2060-B.