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UVP ChemiDoc-It™2 510 Imagers

For extensive quantitative analysis of chemiluminescent blots and fluorescent gels

Manufacturer:  UVP 97068601

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Catalog No. UVP97068601

 

Please call Customer Service at 1-800-234-7437 or send an email to help@thermofisher.com for assistance.


Specifications

Description

Imager; UVP; ChemiDoc-It2; Includes camera 510, EtBr filter, UV transilluminator, VisionWorksLS software, darkroom; Motorized lens; For chemiluminescent blots and fluorescent gels; 254/302/365nm UV; Filter: 21 x 26cm

  • Cooled CCD camera for capturing quality gel and blot images
  • Provides high resolution, high sensitivity image capture
  • Darkroom with light tight configuration, gel viewing window, four position filter array (EtBr filter included)
  • Choice of transilluminator placed on roll out tray
  • Chemi tray for placement of blots
  • VisionWorks™LS capture and analysis software
  • Built in Epi white lights on top of cabinet for illuminating and focusing purposes

 

 

  • Emission filters: Four position motorized wheel with EtBr (580 to 630nm)
  • No film required for Western blot imaging
  • In-depth analysis functions include 1D lane and band analysis, histograms, lane profile graphs, total area density, Western blot densitometry
  • LED White Light Plate can be added to system
Camera 510
  • Regulated cooling and low noise for imaging variety of chemiluminescent and fluorescent samples
  • 16 bit, 4.1 megapixel resolution extendable to 7.4MP
  • Cooling at -35°C
  • Lens: 12.5 to 75mm f/1.2 (Manual or motorized)

 

Computer is ordered separately and additional filters available.

Description & Specifications

Specifications

2.1 MP camera
Imaging: 21 x 26cm
14.75 in.
21 x 26cm
17.5 in.
254/302/365nm (3 UV)
12.5-75mm f/1.2, automated zoom
Imaging system
115V, 50/60Hz
37.4cm
2.1
Chemiluminescent blots and fluorescent gels
44.4cm
254/302/365nm (UV)