Available with fixed or adjustable volume. The ultra light Eppendorf Research plus pipettor meets the highest requirements in precision and accuracy. Ergonomic: Color-coded control buttons for volume detection. Four-digit volume display with magnifying display. A few turns to set the desired volume. Very low operating forces (control knob, ejector). Spring-loaded tip cone for optimum tip fit with minimal attachment force. Flexible: Selection between single-channel, multi-channel and fixed volume pipettes in different sizes. Adjustment possibilities for liquids of different density than water. Robust: High resistance to chemicals and mechanical stress. Fully autoclavable. This pipette is an in vitro diagnostic medical device as defined by Directive 98/79 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 October 1998. The ultra light Eppendorf Research plus pipettor meets the highest requirements in precision and accuracy - combined with ultimate ergonomics and increased flexibility. A spring loaded tip cone, a secondary calibration option, an improved volume display - and all this within a fully autoclavable pipette. Volume adjustment: Only a few turns needed to reach your desired volume. Control button: Requires minimal operating force, colour indicates volume, ergonomically positioned for comfort. Ejector: requires minimal operating force, ergonomically positioned for comfort. Volume display: 4 digits, magnifying window. Calibration display & adjustment opening: Calibrate your pipettor to a specific liquid and volume. Channel indicator: - use the pipette the same way round - all the time. Remove individual channels: gain flexibility for individual needs. Eppendorf PerfectPiston™: ultra-light piston made of Fortron® (except 10µl pipettors). Quick connection clip:Easily removable lower housing. Spring loaded tip cone: improved ergonomics, tight fit to the tip. This pipette is an in vitro diagnostic medical device as defined by Directive 98/79 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 October 1998.