Detail Produk


• Fully automatic
• Operator-independant
• Works in total darkness
• Owner of HCP eligible for update
• Evolutive hardware (T2CT Gradient Test)
• Principle validated and published

Domains of application

• Differentiate thermal allodynia from hyperalgesia models
• Study peripheral pain sensitization for mice in a single paradigm
• Measure pharmacological effects of cancer treatment on mice’s sensitivity to cold
• Measure efficacy of analgesics
• Studies on thermal nociception in mouse models: allodynia, hyperalgesia of inflammatory pain models, capsaicin-induced inflammation, effects of carrageenins
• Chemotherapy-induced neuropathy: application on animals exposed to oxalyplatin and developing hypersensitivity to cold
• Studies on morphine and naloxone dependence


Supplied with

• Hot cold plate and its cage
• Lighting and special camera
• Tripod
• JTET software, cables and instruction manual





Jump Test





AccuracyTemp accuracy +/- 0.5 degrees C. Temperature uniformity on plate +/- 0.5 degrees C.
Camera ResolutionB&W HD camera and special lighting setup
Dimensions – Animal ContainerPlate dimensions 165 x 165 mm
Dimensions – OverallControl unit dimensions 305 x 280 x 158 mm
Power Supply110/220V, 100 W
Range-3°C to 65°C


The “jump to escape” test is an entirely new set-up for the evaluation of the escaping behaviour of mice experimenting a ramp of cold and hot temperatures over an aluminium plate: it allows you to differentiate thermal allodynia from hyperalgesia in models of peripheral pain sensitization for mice. A must for your research on analgesia, especially to measure pharmacological effects of cancer treatment, including chemotherapy-induced neuropathy.