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DTX 880 Multimode Detector

ProductsDTX 880 Multimode Detector
Company Beckman Coulter, Inc.
Item DTX 880 Multimode Detector
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Description The DTX Series Multimode Detectors provide unmatched value and flexibility for a variety of application and automation needs. Capable of performing fluorescence, luminescence and absorbance measurements on the same instrument, the DTX Series can operate as standalone instruments or can be integrated seamlessly with Beckman Coulters Biomek Laboratory Automation Workstations. The DTX Series is ideal for a broad range of Systems Biology applications, including drug discovery, genomics, proteomics and cell-based research. The unique optics design (patents pending) ensures precise performance and sensitivity across all detection modes. The instruments facilitate easy integration with automated liquid handling systems via a choice of plate loading options. These include an extra-wide plate access door, and the ability to accept plates in portrait or landscape formats. In addition, the detectors intuitive software platform provides instrument control and easy protocol development, as well as compatibility with Beckman Coulters Biomek software program.

The DTX 880 features fluorescence intensity (top and bottom reading), time-resolved fluorescence, fluorescence polarization, absorbance (UV and visible), glow luminescence and temperature control for 6-384-well plates. In addition, the instrument also features linear and orbital shaking, plus temperature control. Users can program endpoint, kinetic, multiple wavelength, linear scan and area scan measurement types. Easily accessible six-position filter slides enable wavelength selection from 230nm to 750nm.

Info Beckman Coulter, Inc.
Customer Service: (800) 742-2345
Web site: http://www.beckmancoulter.com

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