Dielectrophoresis (DEP) is a phenomenon that occurs when dielectric particles (cells) are exposed to a non-uniform electric field, and is used in cell separation.
- See: "Cell Separation"
Dielectrophoresis uses a high-frequency power source.
- Voltage range
- ±0.5 to ±4 kV
- ±10 to ±80 mA
- 20 to 40 W
High voltage Amplifier
High speed response 75 kHz, DC bias function