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Staccato Sciclone ELISA Station from Caliper Life Sciences

ProductsStaccato Sciclone ELISA Station from Caliper Life Sciences
Company Caliper Life Sciences
Item Staccato Sciclone ELISA Station
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Description The Staccato Series of systems provide fast and reliable scalable automation for today's drug discovery , genomics, proteomics and drug development laboratories. Staccato systems are available in three base configurations; Mini Workstation Series, Application Series and Custom Systems Series.

The Staccato Sciclone ELISA Station is a remarkably compact system for performing ELISA assays. At the heart of this system is a Twister II robot that coordinates the movement of all plates and tip from storage racks to the Sciclone ALH 3000 liquid handler, reagent dispenser, bar code scanner, incubator(s) plate washer and eventually the plate reader. The two-tiered design takes full advantage of the Twister II's unique vertical reach, allowing for a concentrated placement of many instruments. Unlike custom systems which typically require long delivery times and extensive factory and site acceptance testing, the Staccato Sciclone ELISA Station is a standard product that is available with fast turn around. The system is pre-integrated and arrives mostly assembled, requiring less than one day of installation. All system components are pre-mounted and all device locations are taught at the factory. Automated teaching routines are included allowing the system to be re-taught in the field in less than five minutes. Methods are created and scheduled using Caliper's industry leading CLARA software. CLARA is used to automate more lab systems than any other system software. Caliper's Applied Science & Technology Group works with a variety of reagent and consumables manufactures to pre-validate common assays for all Caliper systems.

All Staccato Application Series systems use a revolutionary new base table design called iBLOX™. iBLOX™ are modular tables that can be interconnected to form a variety of system configurations, using just three basic foundations, (A-Block, B-Block and C-Block). Each table comes with casters, allowing them to be easily rolled about, set in place and quickly leveled for operation. iBLOX™ provide "usable scalability" in that one can start with just a Sciclone liquid handler on an "A Block" and add additional automation at a later time, with no reconfiguration or loss of initial investment.
Configured With:

  • Twister II - 1 Pods, 30 Plate Capacity, Tip Storage
  • Sciclone ALH 3000 Liquid Handler
  • Multi Reagent Dispenser with 3 Reagent Channels
  • Bio-Tek 405 Washer
  • Bar Code Reader
  • Liconic LPX 44 Room Temperature Dark Incubator
  • CLARA Method Development & Scheduling Software
  • Plate Reader Adapter (Choose from several)
  • iBLOX™, Two Tiered 2’x4’ Tables - Side Covers, No Exposed Cables
  • System Controller with Flat Panel Touch Screen Monitor
  • 2 Boxes of Disposable Tips
Info Caliper Life SciencesCaliper Life Sciences
Caliper Life Sciences
68 Elm St
Hopkinton, MA 01748
Customer Service: 508-435-9500
Fax Number: 508-435-3439
Web Site: http://www.caliperls.com
NOTE: Price information is approximate list price and actual prices may vary.

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