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DataPaq™ High Speed Single Tube Scanner

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Our Single-Tube Scanner, like all Ziath scanners, offers easy set up, straight out of the box – along with just the kind of portability some lab work requires. With only a few minutes needed for the installation of our DataPaq™ software, you’ll be ready to start scanning in no time at all.

Ideal for benchtop use, or simply take it with you along with your laptop. Like all our scanner products, the Single Tube scanner is very fast – just hold the tube in the lens window and the read shows immediately on screen.
Product DataPaq™ High Speed Single Tube Scanner
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