BioMate™ 160 UV-Vis Spectrophotometer

BioMate™ 160 UV-Vis Spectrophotometer
Perform quantitative measurements in life science laboratories with the automated and network-capable Thermo Scientific™ BioMate™ 160 UV-Visible Spectrophotometer. The BioMate 160 Spectrophotometer offers pre-programmed assay methods for nucleic acid and protein concentration as well as cell culture measurements. Optimized for usability and performance, this platform features a high-resolution color touchscreen, optional Wi-Fi networking, and a rugged design.

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Description

The BioMate UV-Vis Spectrophotometer provides automation for high-throughput options and room-light resistance, allowing lid-open operation for improved speed and convenience. Software includes pre-programmed life science methods such as Nucleic Acid A260; Protein A280 and A205; Protein Colorimetric assays and OD600.

A full line of accessories, including automated cell changers and cell holders, sipper, and fiber optic probes are designed to simplify sampling and accommodate high throughput measurements and temperature control.

Features:

  • 7-inch high-resolution touchscreen user interface
  • Pre-programmed life science methods
  • Networking capable (Wi-Fi adaptor available)
  • Room light resistance for 'open-lid' operation
  • Sipper accessory
  • Removable, washable sample compartment liner with magnetic placement and hold-down
  • Accommodates cells up to 100 mm pathlength
  • (Optional) 8-position cell changer with switchable turret
  • (Optional) 4-position cell changer (long path cells)
  • (Optional) Peltier-thermostatted single cell holder (20 °C - 60 °C)

Designed for:

  • Advanced teaching labs
  • R&D departments
  • Applications requiring high throughput or temperature control


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