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TC-512 Thermal Cycler from Barloworld Scientific Ltd

ProductsTC-512 Thermal Cycler from Barloworld Scientific Ltd
Company Barloworld Scientific Ltd
Item TC-512 Thermal Cycler
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Description The Techne TC-512 is the only Gradient thermal cycler which enables you to optimise your experiments at the touch of a screen.

Wide linear gradient - The most linear gradient cycler on the market, with an amazing range of 30C. Protocols can be optimised in a single experiment.

TouchScreen - The Touchgene Gradient incorporates a large, 115 x 90mm, touch-sensitive screen that provides a unique user-friendly programming interface which is second to none.
Graphical display - The unique real-time graphical display shows the sample temperature profile while the program is running, including the upper and lower limits of the gradient.

Key Features
  • Memory cards: SmartMedia memory cards provide an alternative to internal memory storage of your programs, offering security and flexibility.
  • Gradient calculator: The gradient calculator function displays the temperature of each column of tubes. This ensures replication of the experimental conditions.
  • 4-Fold control: Each block consists of 8 Peltier units, controlled by 4 independent temperatures thermistor (control sensors) distributed evenly across the block. This ensures that the TC-512 exhibits the most accurately controlled linear gradient available*.
  • High performance: A maximum heating rate of 3C/Sec and block uniformity of 0.4C. With or without a gradient...no compromise!
  • Versatile block format: The truly user-friendly interchangeable block system allows blocks to be interchanged in a matter of seconds without the need of any tools (60 x 0.5ml 96 x 0.2 ml, 384 well, Insitu Block).
  • Proven track record: Having more than 13 years experience in thermal cycler design ensures that the Techne TC-512 encompasses reliability with all the specifications you could wish. These include: PC control and networking, decremental/incremental time and temperature, and defined pressure programmable heated lid.
  • Intuitive programming: Easy to use software with free upgrades downloadable from the Techne website as new functionality is added.
  • New Design Flexible Heated Lid: Defined pressure, high quality, programmable heated lid to accommodate a variety of consumables.
Info Barloworld Scientific LtdBarloworld Scientific Ltd
Beacon Road
Stone
Staffordshire
ST15 0SA
United Kingdom


Barloworld Scientific Laboratory Group US
Techne Incorporated
3 Terri Lane
Suite 10
Burlington, NJ 08016

Customer Service: +44 (0) 1785 812121; in USA: (800)225-9243 ext 313
Fax Number: +44 (0)1785 815066; in USA: (609)589-2571
Web Site: http://www.barloworld-scientific.com
NOTE: Price information is approximate list price and actual prices may vary.

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