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Thermostatted 5-Cell Changer for Biochrom Libra S60/70/80

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The 5-position thermostatted cell changer is designed to speed up analysis by allowing users to automatically measure samples that are at a controlled temperature. With a cell changer connected the software will allow the user to perform parallel kinetics measurements on either stand alone local control or PC controlled instruments

The water tubing is connected to an external fluid circulator.

•    Fully automatic
•    Versions for split beam (5 positions) and double beam (5 samples, 1 reference) instruments
•    Fully Controlled by software, parameters stored within application methods
•    Fits to standard sample compartment base plate, can be changed in seconds
•    Fast operation

Product Thermostatted 5-Cell Changer for Biochrom Libra S60/70/80
Company Biochrom Ltd - Product
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Catalog Number 80-7100-09
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Biochrom Ltd - Product
22 Cambridge Science Park Milton Road Cambridge CB4 0FJ UK

Tel: +44 (0) 1223 423723

Email: jo.butlin@biochrom.co.uk



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