The Applied Biosystems VeritiPro Dx Thermal Cycler is an in vitro diagnostic (IVD) endpoint thermal cycler designed to amplify nucleic acids from human-derived specimens using polymerase chain reaction (PCR). It is manufactured to ISO 13485 and GMP requirements.
VeritiPro Dx Thermal Cycler conforms to:
This instrument delivers precise temperature control with a ramp rate of 6.0°C/sec. There is no need for protocol re-optimization when upgrading from Veriti Dx Thermal Cycler; the simulation mode supports seamless transition.
The VeritiPro Dx 96-well Thermal Cycler is only available for sale in the United States, Europe, and other selected countries. Contact your nearest sales representative for more details.
The VeritiPro Dx Thermal Cycler features two security modes to provide user accessibility and safeguard the integrity of validated protocols and experimental results.
VeriFlex Blocks on the VeritiPro Dx Thermal Cycler help provide precise control of your PCR optimization. With six independent Peltier blocks, you can precisely set and control the temperature in each block, helping give you maximal versatility, flexibility, and confidence in your diagnostic development.
The powerful yet simple-to-operate user interface on the VeritiPro Dx system is driven with a large, 8-inch color TFT LCD touch screen for editing or creating new methods and real-time run monitoring. A convenient USB port is also built into the VeritiPro Dx to simplify data transfer and software updates.
Thermo Fisher Scientific offers a comprehensive range of services and support to help keep your VeritiPro Dx Thermal Cycler's performance at peak level. The following services are available at no additional cost upon instrument purchase:
Service Contract Package
For labs operating in strictly regulated environments, the VeritiPro Dx Service Contract Package may be the ideal choice. The following service entitlements are additional to the basic package:
The VeritiPro Dx Service Contract Package helps provide peace of mind with an extended warranty, annual testing, and documentation to help ensure that thermal cyclers in regulated environments have maximum uptime and produce high-quality data.
Instrument hardware qualifications for VeritiPro Dx Thermal Cycler include IQ/OQ services to verify and document the instrument's ability to meet manufacturer design specifications. Thermo Fisher Scientific's qualification specialists can partner with the customer to help deliver timely, cost-effective, and trusted qualification services that include reliable and audit-style documentation to help ensure thermal cyclers meet regulatory requirements.
|Block format||96-well, 0.2 mL alloy block|
|Maximum block ramp rate||6.0°C/sec|
|Temparature accuracy||±0.25°C (35°C to 99.9°C)|
|Temparature range||0°C to 100°C|
|Temperature uniformity||<0.5°C (30 sec after reaching 95°C)|
|Reaction volume range||10–100 µL|
|Veriflex block range||6 VeriFlex zones|
Supports: 25°C across block (5°C zone-to-zone)
|Display interface||8 inch color TFT LCD touchscreen|
|Instrument memory||USB, 8 GB on-board|
|Number of programs||Up to 1,000 protocols|
|Dimensions (L x W x H)||46.5 x 24.5 x 21.7 cm (18.3 in x 9.8 in x 8.5 in)|
|Weight||12 kg (26.5 lbs)|
|Voltage||100–120 V; 200–240 V; 50–60 Hz|
|Noise output||Operation <53 dB(A)|
Idling <40 dB(A)
|Substainability||Sleep (Standby mode) to reduce power consumption compared to idling mode|
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*The VeritiPro Dx Thermal Cycler is available for in vitro diagnostic use in the United States of America and Europe and other selected countries only. The customer is responsible for any validation of assays, reagents, and consumables, and compliance with any regulatory requirements that pertain to their procedures and instrument use.