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THERMOstar Intelligent Microplate Incubator

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The THERMOstar is an adjustable, high performance microplate incubator and orbital shaker which can accommodate up to four standard microplates. The THERMOstar is ideal for any enzyme or cell-based assay that requires uniform and precisely controlled incubation up to 56°C with effective mixing.

Temperature, incubation time, and shaking speed are all fully programmable via the keypad. The real time status parameters are displayed on the LCD via an easy to use interface.
Heating plates, microprocessor controlled, above and below the microplates provide a uniform temperature with less than 1.0°C variation between any two wells. This ensures the THERMOstar’s performance is precise and repeatable for each assay.

• Incubation up to 56°C in 1°C steps
• Heating plates above and below the microplates
• Shakes and incubates four microplates simultaneously
• User definable parameters - temperature, RPM, and time
• Excellent temperature accuracy and uniformity across the plate
Product THERMOstar Intelligent Microplate Incubator
Company BMG Labtech GmbH
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