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Z363812 Sigma

Transilluminator, UV

wavelength, 254 ‑ 312 nm (selectable), AC input 220 V50 Hz

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Related Categories Electrophoresis Supplies, Gel Visualization and Documentation, Labware, Transilluminators
feature   wavelength 254 ‑ 312 nm (selectable)
viewing area area   20 cm × 35 cm

Description

General description

For visualization of ethidium bromide-stained nucleic acids and similar fluorescence detection systems.

• Single-band and dual-band units available. All include 312 nm (midrange UV) bulbs, which corresponds with the fluorescence excitation maximum of ethidium bromide. Fluorescence intensity is enhanced, while photobleaching and photonicking of stained nucleic acids are reduced. Dual band units also include 254 nm (shortwave UV) bulbs
• Six 15 W or four 8 W bulbs illuminate the viewing area uniformly
• Intensity selector: Switch between 100% for reading/photographing gels and 70% for preparing/cutting gels
• Cooling fan: Helps prevent thermal damage to both the samples and the glass filter
• Long life filter is highly resistant to solarization; unlimited life at 312 nm and above 3000 hr at 254 nm
• Built-in hinged UV safety screen

Other Notes

Please refer to the Labware Safety Equipment section found on this website for clothing and eye protection suggestions.

Warning

Transilluminators are powerful sources of ultraviolet radiation which can cause serious damage to unprotected eyes and skin. Always read the product manual before operating the unit.

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