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Stacker Mid-Throughput Microplate Handling System

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The Stacker is designed for integration with most of BMG LABTECH´s microplate readers and it offers optimal microplate handling in a mid-throughput manner. It provides loading, unloading, restacking, and continuous feeding of up to 50 microplates.

Barcode Reader
The 50-plate Stacker accommodates all microplate formats and an optional barcode reader can be configured to read barcodes from several different positions on the microplate.

Software package
The Stacker Control Software is incorporated with all BMG LABTECH reader control software; therefore it is flawlessly integrated into on software package that is specific for each instrument. The Stacker is controlled via a serial interface and the microplate reader is controlled via a DDE or ActiveX interface..

User defined run scripts
A simple feature in the BMG LABTECH software, Script Mode, allows users to write their own run software scripts, which give the unlimited flexibility. This function can be used in a variety of manners such as choosing different test definitions for different plates in one batch run or to perform more than one measurement on one plate.

The Stacker, with optional barcode reader, is designed for integration with most BMG LABTECH microplate readers.
Product Stacker Mid-Throughput Microplate Handling System
Company BMG Labtech GmbH
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BMG Labtech GmbH
Allmendgruen 8, 77799 Ortenberg Germany

Tel: +49 781 96968-0
Fax: +49 781 96968-67
Email: hts@bmglabtech.com



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