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Automatic 8-Cell Changer for Biochrom Libra S60/70/80

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Designed to read up to 8 cells automatically on the Libra S50/S60/S70 and S80 spectrophotometers, this accessory is fully controlled from either the built-in local control software or via the Windows PC Resolution software.

The cell changer replaces the standard single cell holder, installation is easily performed by the operator with only one thumb screw to remove at the front of the cell compartment. The cell changer is automatically identified by the spectrophotometer and is ready to use immediately.

An automatic 5-Cell thermostated version is also available, part number 80-7000-07 for Libra S50 and 80-7000-09 for Libra S60/S70 and S80.

•    Fully automatic
•    Fully controlled by software, parameters stored within application methods
•    Fits to standard sample compartment base plate, can be changed in seconds
•    Fast operation

Product Automatic 8-Cell Changer for Biochrom Libra S60/70/80
Company Biochrom Ltd - Product
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Catalog Number 80-7100-08
Quantity Unspecified
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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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