Invitrogen™

Dual LED Blue/White Light Transilluminator

Catalog number: LB0100
Invitrogen™

Dual LED Blue/White Light Transilluminator

Catalog number: LB0100
Catalog Number
LB0100
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1 each
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This Dual LED Blue/White Light Transilluminator is an innovatively designed dual-light source transilluminator. It is designed for visualization of nucleic acid gels, protein gels, and membrane stains.

Dual LED Blue/White Light Transilluminator features include:
• White and blue light sources that allow for visualization of common nucleic acid stains, colorimetric protein and membrane stains, and SYPRO protein stains
• Magnetic filter screen with hinge-free design for simplicity and safety, allowing observation and gel-cutting without protective goggles
• Five-minute automatic power-off and long-lasting LEDs that are safer for the eyes and skin compared with UV bulb illumination
• Three-level adjustable light intensity to achieve the best observational or imaging quality
• Compact design for ease of mobility and storage

For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.

Specifications

Amperage
2 A
Intensity
Three Level Adjustment
Lighting Type
LED
Wavelength
470 nm Excitation, ∼580 nm (with Amber Filter Cover) Emission
Length (Metric)
18.5 cm
Width (Metric)
22 cm
Height (Metric)
3 cm
Height (English)
1.18 in.
Product Type
Transilluminator
Width (English)
8.66 in.
For Use With (Application)
Viewing colormetric stained protein gels, fluorescently stained gels and membranes, stained nucleic acid gels
Dimensions (L x W x H)
18.5 x 22 x 3.0 cm; 7.28 x 8.66 x 1.18 in
Size (Metric) Filter
12 x 18 cm
Voltage
100/240 V
Shipping Condition
Room Temperature

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