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Columbus Instruments' Comprehensive Lab Animal Monitoring System (CLAMS) has set the standard for multiple parameter scoring of multiple animals.
CLAMS has been in production for a over a decade with thousands of animal stations shipped.
Special lid assemblies provide all of the required connections to Columbus Instruments' leading Oxymax open circuit indirect calorimeter as well as all CLAMS-HC sub-systems.
Animal Activity Feeding and Drinking Monitor Automated Food and Water Access Core Body Temperature and Heart Rate by Telemetry Body Mass Monitor Wheel Running Environmental Enclosure Sleep Analysis Statistical Software CLAX Columbus Instruments Oxymax system is the leading open circuit indirect calorimeter for lab animal research.
CLAMS-HC provides an alternate housing solution that makes use of standard animal cages that support bedding and maintains the use of established standard animal cage cleaning protocols.
CLAMS-HC does not require any modification to your standard animal cage.
Higher data through-put is accomplished with an increasing number of gas sensors.
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Coverage in a single plane may be implemented with IR photocells located in the X or XY direction.
In such case, data may be recorded at intervals as short as 10 seconds with all chambers operating in parallel.
Activity Monitoring Multiple Axis Measurement CLAMS-HC may be configured with single, dual or triple axis detection of animal motion using IR photocell technology.
Standard sensors provide a measurement in two minutes.
Removal of water vapor is accomplished by the employment of materials with hydroscopic properties that isolate the sample gas from the drying media.