The SpectraMax® Paradigm® Microplate Reader has been designed to be consistent in performance and provides the flexibility and sensitivity needed to quickly develop and run your assays, both now and in the future.
The SpectraMax® Paradigm® offers several cartridge options which can be combined to create your own customisable microplate reader to suit your needs meaning that you do not have to compromise your research. The SpectraMax® Paradigm® has two cartridge draws, each which can hold up to 6 cartridges meaning your custom microplate reader can hold up to 12 cartridges and perform a multitude of applications. Although your detection needs may change, your equipment can stay the same simply by adding a new detection cartridge.
Detection Cartridge Options
Every detection cartridge starts with a wavelength-tuned excitation energy source either in the form of long-life, high-powered LED or xenon flash lamp. Concentrating the excitation energy on the sample through label-specific optics, high levels of sensitivity and performance are reached. All this combined in the detection cartridge creates the ultimate no-compromise multimode detection platform.
If you cannot locate a detection cartridge that meets your application needs, contact us to discuss a Custom Cartridge.
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