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EMax® Plus Microplate Reader and MultiWash+™ Microplate Washer

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EMax® Plus Microplate Reader

Start Simply. Robust, high value microplate reader designed to deliver research-grade results to any laboratory.


Running ELISAs and protein quantification is simpler than ever. In seconds, set up the reader with pre-defined protocols and run your samples with the EMax® Plus Microplate Reader. With walk-up usability, a small footprint, and SoftMax® Pro Software for data analysis, getting started is simpler than ever.

The EMax Plus Microplate Reader is designed to be a versatile and robust plate reader for research laboratories. The standard 8 filter modes enable endpoint and kinetic applications such as protein quantification, cell viability and ELISA. SoftMax Pro Software is included and enables data visualized in 3D plots, gray scale, kinetic curve fits, and IC50 determination.

Benefits

    8 filters cover visible range from 405-750 nm
    Compact instrument footprint
    Pre-defined protocols with SoftMax® Pro Software
    Walk-up usability

Features

    Measures both flat and round 96-well microplates
    Automatic lamp calibration prior to each reading ensures automatic measurements
    Powerful curve fitting protocols and statistical analysis tools
    Integrated instrument control and data analysis with SoftMax Pro Software

MultiWash+™ Microplate Washer

A compact, quiet, automated washer with walk-up usability.

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The compact, quiet, user-friendly MultiWash+™ Microplate Washer includes 20 pre-set protocols, works with both 96- and 384-well plates, and comes with 4 different wash/rinse bottles for out-of-the-box use. It’s simply a great fit for any lab.

MultiWash+ is an automated microplate washer that provides maximum flexibility with a minimum footprint. The MultiWash+ Microplate Washer is configurable for both 96- and 384-well plates and comes with four wash/rinse bottles and one waste bottle to make getting started simpler.

Benefits

    Walk-up usability
    4 wash and rinse bottles included
    Flexible system washes 96- or 384-well plates
    Automated rinse reduces clogging
    Cross-wise aspiration reduces residual volume within each well
    Vacuum- and pressure free
    On-board pumps provide a quiet wash experience
    Quiet, efficient, compact and portable

Wash Protocols & Modes

    On-board touch panel with option of 20 different wash protocols
    Up to 8 cycles within each protocol
    Adjustable speed and volume
    Adjustable aspiration speed and time
    Adjustable soak times
    3 shaking modes available

Product EMax® Plus Microplate Reader and MultiWash+™ Microplate Washer
Company Molecular Devices
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Molecular Devices
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