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FilterMax F3

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The FilterMax™ F3 Multi-Mode Microplate Readers provide unmatched value and flexibility for a variety of applications capable of performing:

- Absorbance detection in the visible range (340 nm to 650 nm)
- Fluorescence Intensity (FI) top read
- Luminescence (glow)
- Scan measurement types: endpoint, kinetic, multiple wavelength, linear scan and area scan
- Linear and Orbital shaking
- Temperature Control
The FilterMax F3 Series can operate as standalone instruments or can be integrated seamlessly with laboratory automation platforms, and is ideal for a broad range of applications, including drug discovery, genomics, proteomics and cell-based research. The unique patented design ensures precise performance and sensitivity across all detection modes.
Product FilterMax F3
Company Molecular Devices Product Directory
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