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ProductsElisa Microplate Reader (Diareader)
Company Dialab Ges.m.b.H.
Item Elisa Microplate Reader (Diareader)
Features Speed: 30 seconds for 96 wells. Absorbance range: 0.000-3000 Abs. Resolution: 0.001 Abs. Linearity: +/-1% from 0 to 2.000 Abs, +/-3% from 2.000 to 3.000 Abs. Repeatability: +/- 0,5% +/- 0.005 Abs from 0 to 2.000 Abs. Software Interfacing: KC 3 for Windows, KC II, KC-Jr, Macintosh Delta-Soft, Capture Data for Excel.
Description Diareader ELX800G
Info Dialab Ges.m.b.H.
Customer Service: 43.2236.660910.0
Web site: http://www.dialab.at

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