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DataPaq™ Deep Focus AV6 Scanner

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The Ziath AV6 scanner has been developed for clients whose scanning needs might require reading of tubes seated a greater distance than usual from the screen. This can happen with some racked tubes due to the build up of frost around the tubes, when stored frozen. The AV6 can read tubes sat fully in the rack or slightly elevated, up to several millimeters above it. Hence the “deep focus” quality of this instrument. With only a few minutes needed for configuration of our DataPaq™ software, you’ll be ready to start scanning in no time at all.
Product DataPaq™ Deep Focus AV6 Scanner
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