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Thermo Scientific Versette™ – a compact automated liquid handling system for fast, precise pipetting

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The Thermo Scientific™ Versette automated liquid handler helps to increase reproducibility and save time in the lab. This compact 96-/384- channel instrument can be used for a variety of applications, including plate stamping, plate reformatting and serial dilution procedures.  The intuitive user interface makes automating your liquid handling tasks fast and easy, so you can increase throughput with minimal effort.

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96-and 384-channel pipetting heads

  • Total volume range 0.5-300 µl
  • All pipetting heads include RFID tags for self-identification and utilize Thermo Scientific D.A.R.T.s tips

Compact size

  • The six position stage uses a unique dual-level design to minimize space requirements
  • Fits on standard bench and biological hoods

User-friendly programming

  • Simple pipetting procedures can be created using visual on-board graphical display
  • For more complex protocols and advanced editing Thermo Scientific ControlMate™ software is available

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Product Thermo Scientific Versette™ – a compact automated liquid handling system for fast, precise pipetting
Company Thermo Fisher Scientific
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Thermo Fisher Scientific
355 River Oaks Pkwy San Jose, CA 95134 USA

Tel: 1-800-532-4752

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