The Eppendorf BioPhotometer 6131 Spectrophotometer is a compact and user-friendly device designed for accurate and efficient analysis of biomolecules.
The Eppendorf BioPhotometer 6131 is a spectrophotometer designed for the precise measurement and analysis of nucleic acids, proteins, and other biomolecules. It offers researchers a compact and user-friendly instrument with advanced features for efficient biomolecule analysis.
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5 Best Things:
- Spectral Range: The spectrophotometer covers a broad spectral range, allowing measurements from 190 nm to 1100 nm. This wide range enables researchers to analyze a variety of biomolecules, including DNA, RNA, proteins, and enzymes.
- High-Quality Optics: The instrument employs high-quality optics that ensure precise and reliable measurements. It provides excellent light transmission and minimizes stray light interference, resulting in accurate and reproducible data.
- Easy-to-Use Interface: The BioPhotometer 6131 features an intuitive user interface with a touchscreen display, making it simple to navigate and operate. The instrument offers pre-programmed methods and step-by-step guidance, simplifying the measurement process and reducing the chances of error.
- Versatile Measurement Modes: The spectrophotometer offers various measurement modes, including absorbance, concentration, purity ratio, and kinetics. This versatility enables researchers to perform a wide range of analyses, such as nucleic acid quantification, protein assays, and enzyme kinetics studies.
- Data Handling and Connectivity: The instrument provides multiple options for data handling and connectivity. It allows easy export of results to USB drives, printers, or computer systems. Additionally, it can be connected to a PC or a network for data transfer and further analysis using dedicated software.