The PowerEase Touch 350W Power Supply* and Mini Gel Tank with Mini Blot Module Set Welcome Pack contains:
• PowerEase Touch 350W Power Supply (115 VAC)*
• PowerEase Touch 350W Power Supply (230 VAC)*
• PowerEase Touch 350W Power Supply (230 VAC) (Australia)*
• PowerEase Touch 350W Power Supply (230 VAC) (China)*
• Mini Gel Tank and Blot Module Set
*dependent on regionAbout the PowerEase Touch 350W Power Supply
The Invitrogen PowerEase Touch 350W Power Supply is a high-throughput power supply with a 4.3-inch backlit LCD touchscreen. The touchscreen and user interface design make setting up custom protocols or selecting one of the several pre-programmed gel electrophoresis and transfer methods a breeze. This power supply is ideal for high current applications like high throughput DNA/RNA electrophoresis, SDS-PAGE, native PAGE, and western blotting. The PowerEase Touch 350W Power Supply offers four sets of output jacks that can be used simultaneously and three modes: constant voltage, constant current, and constant power for flexibility of use and efficiency.About the Mini Gel Tank and Blot Module Set
The Mini Gel Tank and Blot Module Set is an electrophoresis and blotting system for mini gels. The Mini Gel Tank is a vertical mini-gel electrophoresis system with a unique tank design that has convenient side-by-side gel loading and enhanced viewing during use. The tank can accommodate up to two gels per run with each gel run in its own separate chamber, making it easy to run just one gel. The tank is compatible with all Invitrogen precast mini gels and SureCast handcast gels.
The Mini Blot Module is a wet transfer device used exclusively with the Mini Gel Tank. The tank accommodates one blot module per chamber, or two blot modules total with the side-by-side layout. The universal connection and molded gasket make the blot module easy to use, while the inner core of the blot module allows for use of less methanol-based transfer buffer per wet transfer. At the recommended conditions and constant voltage, proteins can be transferred to nitrocellulose or PVDF membranes typically in 30 to 60 minutes.