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Chameleon XT

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Chameleon XT 150 pixels JPEG1.jpgThe KBiosystems Chameleon XT Thermal Microplate & Microtube Sealer impresses users with its speed, ease of use, versatility, reliability and small footprint, accommodating deep well, assay, PCR and compound storage microplates. The Chameleon XT is perfect for robotic integration with full operation and interrogation with RS232 and has an extended shuttle option for greater plate access.

Suitable for all seal types including gas permeable, the KBiosystems Chameleon XT is the perfect choice for standalone or integrated Thermal Microplate Sealing. With the touch screen commands, the Chameleon XT is an easy to use instrument within the lab environment.

Key Features:

Operator Friendly – Touch Screen allows fast and easy manual operation as a standalone product

Adaptable – The Chameleon XT will automatically adjust allowing the instrument to be used with a wide range of microplates and tube racks with plate stage inserts to allow use of more unusual
microplate types

Fast – With fast sealing times and no cooling required allows multiple plates to be sealed per run.

Versatile – Able to use all seal types and leading the market in Gas Permeable applied seals.

Reliable – Engineered with robustness in mind

Perfect for Integration – The small footprint of the Chameleon XT and a large number of successful integrations have made the Wasp the ideal choice for systems integrators
Product Chameleon XT
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