MitoPedia O2k and high-resolution respirometry: O2k-Open Support
A Upper O2 limit [µM] can be defined for each O2k-chamber, to trigger an automatic warning when the experimental O2 concentration rises beyond this limit.
- When the oxygen concentration increases beyond the limit, a red flashing warning line appears to the right of every graph that displays information about the affected chamber. If for example the O2 concentration of chamber A exceeds the limit, the warning line does not only flash to the right of the top graph, but also to the right of the temperature graph. The flashing warning line disappears as soon as the O2 concentration is below the limit.
- In addition to the visual warning, a warning event is set in the plot. A click on the event triggers a pop-up window showing the event's name, the time, the reason for the event, the limit that was set and the O2 concentration that triggered the event.
- In DatLab 7 it is not possible to set an upper O2 limit
Click 'Protocols' in the top menu bar and select 'Set upper O2 limit' from the drop-down menu. The option is available whenever an oxygen signal is recorded. Different upper O2 limits can be chosen for each chamber. Different limits can be chosen in the course of an experiment.
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