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LB 913 Apollo 11 ELISA Absorbance Reader

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The small-footprint Microplate Reader

Based on the proven technology of its predecessors the Apollo 11 sets new targets for microplate absorbance readers by introducing its new unlimited life-time LED light source technology.

The Apollo 11 is ideally suited for all common ELISAs, assay for monitoring enzyme activities and protein and DNA quantification assays.

The easy-to-use self-explaining one-view PhotoRead software lets you get started with the measurements within seconds.


The instrument performs auto-check and auto-calibration of the optics and electronics before every measurement.

Large Dynamic Range
The Instrument´s dynamic range of 3.7 OD is large enough to cover any assay´s requirements.

Precise mechanics, quality optics and the auto-control guarantee unrivalled repeatability of measurements.

Like all Berthold Technologies instruments the Apollo 11 comes to your laboratory checked against a QC test plate. With this reassurance you are able to work with accurate, traceable and comparable results.

Small Footprint
Not very much bigger than a sheet of paper the Apollo 11 saves valuable laboratory space

One-View PhotoRead Software
All data and all commands for operation are visible within a single window at the same time.

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