Peltier effect thermal cycler MultiGene™ OptiMax
96-well

Peltier effect thermal cycler
Peltier effect thermal cycler
Peltier effect thermal cycler
Peltier effect thermal cycler
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Characteristics

Technology
Peltier effect
Number of wells
96-well

Description

This simple to program PCR thermal cycler unit is compact in design and built to perform. Programming is intuitive with the large display and multiple pre-programmed templates supplied with unit. The OptiMax comes with standard built in 2-step, temperature optimization, touchdown and time increment protocols that are easy to adjust to meet your cycling needs. You can select lid temperature or turn it off depending on your needs. The faster ramp rates allow more work to be done in a work day. Additional Thermal Cycler Product Features: Unique Flexible Programming with FlexTemp™ technology Fast ramp rates 5°C heating / 3.5°C cooling Simple user interface No condensation after overnight cooling at 4°C 3 Year Warranty Distinct Heat Optimization The MultiGene OptiMax employs a new protocol optimization process improving on older gradient features. This “Better than Gradient” capability allows users to select up to 6 distinct annealing temperatures to be run simultaneously. This is ideal for method optimization as well as applications like genotyping. The OptiMax utilizes FlexTemp™ technology that effectively separates the 96 well plate into 6 – (4 x 4) temperature regions that allow you to pick the temperatures you want to test against. These regions are easily identified by the blue and black squares visible on the microplate platen. Instead of having the thermal cycler choose temperatures for you, you can choose any temperatures you want within a 24°C range.

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