Introducing the Gradient Thermal Cycler – Model G-2000, a state-of-the-art instrument designed to streamline and optimize your polymerase chain reaction (PCR) processes. Engineered for precision and efficiency, this thermal cycler is an indispensable tool for molecular biology research and diagnostic applications.
Gradien Thermal Cycler
- Gradient Technology:
- The G-2000 is equipped with advanced gradient technology, allowing for simultaneous testing of multiple annealing temperatures in a single run. Achieve precise optimization for your PCR assays.
- Intuitive Touchscreen Interface:
- The user-friendly touchscreen interface provides effortless programming and monitoring. Easily set up, edit, and save your PCR protocols with the intuitive controls.
- Fast and Uniform Heating/Cooling:
- Experience rapid and uniform temperature transitions with the G-2000. Accelerate your PCR cycles with reliable and consistent heating and cooling rates.
- Versatile Block Configurations:
- The thermal cycler accommodates various block configurations, including 96-well and 384-well blocks, offering flexibility for different sample throughput requirements.
- Wide Temperature Range:
- The G-2000 covers a broad temperature range, making it suitable for a variety of PCR applications, from basic research to demanding diagnostic protocols.
- Programmable Protocols:
- Customize your PCR protocols with ease. The thermal cycler allows for the creation and storage of multiple programs, ensuring reproducibility and convenience.
- Real-Time Monitoring:
- Monitor the progress of your PCR reactions in real-time with the integrated temperature graph. Visualize temperature profiles and make on-the-fly adjustments if needed.
- Heated Lid with Pressure Adjustment:
- The heated lid ensures proper sealing of reaction vessels, and the pressure adjustment feature accommodates various tube and plate types.
- USB Connectivity:
- Seamlessly transfer and archive your PCR data with the USB connectivity feature. Simplify data management and analysis for your research.