GS-96/ 60/ 9677/ 2×48/ 384/ 4830 Gradient Touch Thermal Cycler is a reliable gradient thermal cycler that delivers exceptional thermal performance for great accuracy and reproducibility in nucleic acid amplification with 8 Peltier elements, 4 independent temperature sensors and high ramping rates up to 5°C/sec.
GS-96 and GS-60 models come with a standard 96-well x 0.2 ml block and 60-well x 0.5 ml block respectively while GS-384 model comes with 384-well block format to handle high throughput PCR experiments. The newly added GS-9677 modal features a combined block module to accommodate 96-well x 0.2ml and 77 x 0.5ml PCR tubes
GS-2×48 model is a dual-block system with two separate 48-well x 0.2 ml reaction module while GS-4830 model comes with 48-well x 0.2 ml plus 30-well x 0.5 ml block format. User can interchange all of these reaction modules easily without requiring any special tools.
GS-96 PRO Gradient Touch Thermal Cycler is the upgraded version of GS-96 model that is engineered with HexaPRO Block that have 6 temperature zones for PCR optimization.
GS-322 model comes with a triple block that has 3 temperature zones (6 Peltier elements) for precise temperature control and PCR optimization.
- Easy to program
8 inches TFT touchscreen display and intuitive graphical programming makes navigation, protocol editing and viewing easier
- High performance lid
The lids are engineered with unique clutch mechanism which automatically limit the lid pressure applied against sample container, thus prevent PCR tubes/plates from damage
- Easy data output
Able to save and transfer files using USB flash drive
- Personalized log in users and passwords
Log in feature allows users to set password for individual account to fully monitor their protocols with more privacy
- LAN network enabled
Users able to control up to 30 thermal cyclers simultaneously via PC-controlled network
- Free and easy software updates
Software update from USB flash makes the software updates easier
- GLP report
GLP report completely records essential information of all PCR run
- Incubation setting
Incubation setting module allows users to program desired incubation block temperature and hold time
Data Sheet : GS-96/ 60/ 9677/ 384/ 2×48/ 4830/ 322/ 96 PRO Gradient Touch Thermal Cycler
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