Absorbance microplate reader EZ Read 2000
ELISA

absorbance microplate reader
absorbance microplate reader
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Characteristics

Detection mode
absorbance
Applications
ELISA

Description

EZ Read 2000 is the best choice for laboratories that require a microplate reader that can be used for a range of absorbance applications. This versatile microplate reader is capable of measuring samples in many different microplate formats: 12-, 24-, 48- and 96-well plates. The EZ Read 2000 uses tuneable wavelength scanning so that any wavelength can be chosen from 340nm up to 800nm. The EZ Read 2000 is PC-controlled using new, intuitive Galapagos software for data acquisition and analysis. Galapagos for EZ Read Software Galapagos for EZ Read Software makes ‘Click and drag’ approach makes usability a key feature. Easy to create new methods. Select only the data you want for data reporting So easy you won’t need to export your data into Excel. Windows 7 & 8 compatibility as well as older Windows OS from XP. Key Features of EZ Read 2000 No need for filters! Monochromator optics for measurements from 340 nm to 800 nm enables a wide range of assays to be performed Automatic calibration of single channel optical system with self-check and for precision measurements Shaking ensures complete mixing of solutions, cells to stay in suspension and colored solutions to be homogenized Wavelength scanning for contamination detection, peak absorbance detection and product formation studies 12-, 24, 48- and 96-well microplates with standard ANSI SBS footprints can be used for flexible applications Real-time reference measurement channel for the improved accuracy Applications Absorbance measurements: ELISA, protein quantitation, cell proliferation and cell survival assays Enzyme kinetic measurements requiring automatic readings at timed intervals

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