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Applied Biosystems™ Applied Biosystems™ 2720 Thermal Cycler

Ideal for both basic PCR and cycle sequencing applications using 0.2mL reaction tubes or 96-well reaction plates

Marca:  Applied Biosystems™ 4359659

Detalles adicionales : CAS : 9002-18-0 Peso : 9.25000kg

Código de producto. 12313653

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Descripción

Descripción

  • Proven PCR performance at an affordable price
  • Save lab space without sacrificing results
  • Enhance productivity with intuitive software
  • Affordable, Industry-Standard PCR Technology: The Applied Biosystems 2720 Thermal Cycler combines industry-standard technology from the GeneAmp™ PCR System 9700—but in a more compact package
  • Small Footprint Saves Valuable Lab Space: The 2720 thermal cycler's exceptionally small footprint enables it to fit almost anywhere; cooling vents in the back enable it to fit in tight spaces to save valuable bench space
  • Block Format: Noninterchangeable; High Throughout Compatibility; Reaction Speed: Standard
  • Energy efficient, uses fewer resources, produces less waste

PCR, PCR & Real-Time PCR, Routine PCR

Especificaciones

Especificaciones

Non-interchangeable
±0.25°C (35°C to 99.9°C)
10-100 µL
High-throughput Compatible
±0.5°C (30 s after reaching 95°C)
Height: 22 cm (8.7 in.), Width: 21 cm (8.3 in.), Depth: 36 cm (14.2 in.)
100 to 240 V
Sustainable Packaging
8.7 in.
22 cm
8.3 in.
4°C to 99.9°C
Room Temperature
2.7°C/s (Block), 2.6°C/s (Sample)
6.1 kg (13.5 lb.)
0.2 ml Tubes, 96-well Plate
4.0 to 99.9°C
Store at Room Temperature.
2720 Thermal Cycler, 2720 Thermal Cycler
Standard
1 x 96-well x 0.2 ml Tubes
Buttons
Thermal Cycler
14.2 in.
21 cm
36 cm
PCR
Auto re-start (after Power Outages), Program Overwrite Protection
2
Videos
SDS
Documentos

Documentos

Certificados
Ofertas especiales

Ofertas especiales

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